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Kevin Florish
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Hi Keith good luck with the book.

What version of jQuery do you use for the book?

Regards Kevin.


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The book uses jQuery 1.8.0, but highlights areas where the current version differs from previous ones (at least 1.7.2).


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You mentioned extending jQuery UI in another post, what version of jQuery UI do you build widgets with?

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The book uses jQuery UI 1.8.23, although most things still apply to earlier versions.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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