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getting stareted with jquery

 
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Their is some links for starting jquery

docs.jquery.com/Tutorials:Getting_Started_with_jQuery

www.w3schools.com/jquery/default.asp


www.learningjquery.com


please describe prerequisite for learning jQuery. i thinks javascript,some programming language

 
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As jQuery is a JavaScript library, some JavaScript knowledge is necessary. After all, you wouldn't try to use a Java library without knowing some Java, right?

The more JavaScript you know, the more effective code you can write. The book includes an Appendix that covers JavaScript concepts that are important to writing effective jQuery code, such as object literals, functions as first-class objects, function contexts, and closures.
 
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Thanks for sharing this important info. Is their any textbook for total beginer and a text book for advance jquery.
 
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You mean for JavaScript? The Head First JavaScript book is great for beginners. And jQuery in Action covers everything from the basics to advanced jQuery.
 
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Thanks Bear i see Head first today such this is a nice book for beginers . It cover all the topics and the diagrams are awesome.
 
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