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Book Question: JQuery

Bill Barbour
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Is JQuery covered in the book?

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Bear Bibeault
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I guess I would expand this question to: what JavaScript/Ajax libraries/frameworks does the box mention, use or extensively cover?


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We don't cover jQuery or any other framework specifically. We do however provide code samples for all the topics covered in the book. We created the book and samples this way so you can get a deep understanding of what's going behind the scenes in Ajax. This is very important knowledge for building robust and high performance Ajax apps.


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