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JQuery

    Module 1: jQuery Introduction

    • Target Background
    • References
    • Unit Topics
    • What Is jQuery?
    • Benefits of Using a JavaScript Library
    • jQuery Example
    • CSS Selectors
    • How to Use jQuery
    • Practical Usage Notes
    • Background – DOM
    • Background – DOM Ready Events
    • Background – JavaScript Functions
    • The jQuery Function Object
    • What Does the $() Function Take as Argument?
    • What Does the $() Function do?
    • The jQuery Wrapper
    • The jQuery Wrapper as an Array-Like Object
    • Note: innerHTML() vs. .html()
    • jQuery Wrapper Chaining
    • API Function Notation
    • Handling DOM Ready Event
    • xhtml Note

    Module 2: Selectors

    • Background: The Sizzle Selector Engine
    • Selecting Elements by Attribute
    • Pseudo-Selectors
    • Form Pseudo-Selectors
    • Faster Selection
    • Selecting Elements Using Relationships
    • Selecting Elements Using Filters
    • More on Chaining: .end()
    • Testing Elements
    • Is the Selection Empty?
    • Saving Selections
    • Iterating Through Selected Elements Using .each()
    • JavaScript Methods
    • JavaScript “this”
    • Function Context
    • The Function call() Method
    • .each() Revisited

    Module 3: Style Class Manipulation

    • Two Options
    • Specifying Style Properties
    • Setting Style Properties
    • .addClass() / .removeClass()
    • Defining a Stylesheet
    • Setting & Getting Dimensions
    • Attributes

    Module 4: DOM Manipulation

    • The $ Function Revisited
    • Getters and Setters
    • The text() Element Method
    • Appending DOM Elements
    • Removing DOM Elements
    • Performance

    Module 5: Events

    • Event Overview
    • Old School: Event Handling Using HTML Element Attributes
    • Unobtrusive JavaScript
    • Unobtrusive JavaScript Example
    • Multiple Handlers
    • Using jQuery Wrapper Event Registration Methods
    • The .bind() Method
    • Event Propagation
    • Handlers for Elements Before They Exist!
    • The Event Object
    • Triggering Events

    Module 6: Utility Functions

    • The jQuery Object Revisited
    • Functions May Have Methods
    • A jQuery Utility Function: $.trim()
    • $.each()
    • Example jQuery Utility Functions

    Module 7: Ajax

    • Ajax Overview
    • The Browser & the Server
    • The Ajax Request
    • The Ajax Response
    • Sending an Ajax Request With jQuery – The General Case
    • When this code is executed…
    • Sending an Ajax Request With jQuery – Simpler, Typical Case
    • Data Types
    • The .data() method

    Module 8: Advanced Ajax

    • A Form Example
    • An Ajax Form Example
    • Serialize()
    • Get vs. Post
    • More on Query Strings
    • ajaxStart() and ajaxError()

    Module 9: Animations and Effects with jQuery and jQuery UI

    • What is jQuery UI?
    • Can I do Animations and Effects using jQuery only?
    • Hiding Elements with jQuery
    • Using .hide() and .show() in jQuery
    • Alternating an Element’s Visibility in jQuery
    • Adjusting the Speed in jQuery
    • Providing a Handler in jQuery
    • Using .slideUp() / .slideDown() methods in jQuery
    • jQuery UI Categories
    • jQuery UI Interactions: Droppable and Draggable
    • Droppable and Draggable More Complete Exampl
    • jQuery UI Widgets: Datepicker
    • jQuery UI Widgets: Autocomplete

    Module 10: Parsing JSON

    • JSON
    • Reading JSON from the Server Using Ajax
    • Example file contents
    • Using the Results
    • Optimized Version
    • Getting More From the Response
    • jqXHR Methods
    • POST vs. GET
    • Invalid JSON
    • Using $.ajaxSetup()

    Module 11: Plugins

    • What is a plugin?
    • Goal
    • Self-Executing Anonymous Functions
    • Meeting Our Goal
    • Prototype Objects
    • The jQuery Wrapper Class Revisited
    • Example Plugin
    • Using the Plugin