Posted on April 17, 2012
My jQuery level was pretty close before I took the time to read this book. I’ve found this book amazing and really interesting even for fast-learner as I am (knowing a dozen of languages and libraries I tend to go really fast when I’m studying a new language or library).
Posted on April 9, 2012
This book is weird, I’ve to tell you. I was expecting a book with some examples and some text. Well, I ended up with a book that, at the first sight, seems more a book for kids rather than a professional book since is 90% images.
The book is clearly organized, each chapter covering one specific aspect.
Navigation Forms Tables Search, sorting and filters Tools Charts Invitations Feedback & Affordance Help Anti-patterns After a little while, I learned how to learn (a lot of) good patterns and bad patterns (anti-patterns) from this book.
Posted on April 1, 2012
jQuery Mobile is a library that allows you to develop mobile apps using jQuery. Is even possible to use a jQuery Mobile program as a native app, thanks to programs like PhoneGap.
This book assumes that you already know jQuery and I think that this is good since the author can focus only on the main topic in this way. I think you should know or study jQuery before even starting this book.