Press Release: March 10, 2010
jQuery: Novice to Ninja--New from SitePointSebastopol, CA—What do WordPress, Digg and Google have in common?
jQuery: Novice to Ninja (SitePoint, $39.95 USD) is a groundbreaking new book that teaches Developers how to unleash the amazing power that jQuery offers.
Readers of the book will learn how to:
- instantly transform page elements with cross-browser compatible effects
- speed up page load times by using jQuery hosted on Google's content delivery network
- create clever animations that attract visitor's attention
- create lightboxes to capture visitors email addresses
- build slideshows and iPhoto-like widgets
- create expandable/collapsible navigation menus
- validate forms, improve form usability and offer auto-completion
For review copies or more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your delivery address and contact information.
For other inquires, such as excerpt or interview requests, please contact Shayne.Tilley@sitepoint.com.
About the Authors
Sporting a Masters in Information Technology and a lifetime of experience on the Web of Hard Knocks, Earle Castledine (aka Mr. Speaker) is a world-renowned expert on the jQuery framework. When not conducting countless web-based experiments, he's sharing his expertise to audiences all over the globe.
For more information about this book, as well as four free sample chapters consisting of 150 pages of content, see: http://sitepoint.com/books/jquery1
jQuery: Novice to Ninja
ISBN: 9780980576856, 300 pages,
Book Price: $39.95 USD
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