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He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, Jennifer. I would like to thank Jenny for her tireless enthusiasm and support, Karl for the motivation to continue writing when the spirit is weak, and the Ars Technica community for constant inspiration toward technical excellence. In addition, I'd like to thank Mike Henry and the Twisted Pixel team for producing consistently entertaining distractions in between writing sessions.
When he isn't coding, he likes to hang out with his family, roast coffee in his garage, and exercise at the local CrossFit gym. I wish to thank my wife, Sara, and my two children, Benjamin and Lucia, for all the joy that they bring into my life. Thanks also to Jonathan Chaffer for his patience and his willingness to write this book with me.
Although Alex gets to play with different technologies in his day job, his first true love has always been with the open source movement, and in particular experimenting with CSS3, HTML5, and jQuery. He has over 10 years of web development experience and holds a B.
He previously collaborated with Packt Publishing as a technical reviewer in the third edition of Learning jQuery and jQuery Hotshot. Kaiser Ahmed is a professional web developer. He gained his B. He is also a co-founder of CyberXpress. Net Inc. He has a wide breadth of technical skills, Internet knowledge, and experience across the spectrum of online development in the service of building and improving online properties for multiple clients. I want to thank my loving wife, Maria Akther, for her great support.
Natalie MacLees is a frontend web developer and UI designer, and is the founder and principal of the interactive agency Purple Pen Productions. In , she published jQuery for Designers with Packt Publishing. She makes her online home at nataliemac. You can upgrade to the eBook version at www.
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Being part of the core jQuery team, I've had the opportunity to come to know Karl quite well over the past couple of years, and especially within the context of his book- writing effort.
Looking at the end result, it's clear that his skills as both a developer and a former English teacher were perfectly designed for this singular task. I've also had the opportunity to meet both of them in person, a rare occurrence in the world of distributed open source projects, and they continue to be upstanding members of the jQuery community. The jQuery library is used by so many different people in the jQuery community.
The community is full of designers, developers, people who have experience in programming, and those who don't. Even within the jQuery team, we have people from all backgrounds providing their feedback on the direction of the project.
While the health of the library is incredibly important, the community surrounding that code is the difference between a floundering, mediocre project, and one that will match and exceed your every need.
Learning jQuery, Fourth Edition
The jQuery community isn't something that you can read about to understand; it's something that you actually have to participate in for it to fully sink in. I hope that you'll have the opportunity to partake in it. Come join us in our forums, mailing lists, and blogs and let us help guide through the experience of getting to know jQuery better.
For me, jQuery is much more than a block of code. It's the sum of total experiences that have transpired over the years in order to make the library happen. The considerable ups and downs and the struggle of development together with the excitement of seeing it grow and succeed. Growing close with its users and fellow team members, understanding them and trying to grow and adapt.
Learning jquery fourth edition [ebook], Study notes for Web Design and Development
When I first saw this book talk about jQuery and discuss it like a unified tool, as opposed to the experiences that it's come to encapsulate for me, I was taken aback and excited. Seeing how others learn, understand, and mold jQuery to fit them is much of what makes the project so exhilarating. I'm not the only one who enjoys jQuery on a level that is far different from a normal tool-user relationship.
I don't know if I can properly encapsulate why this is, but I've seen it time and time again—the singular moment when a user's face lights up with the realization of just how much jQuery will help them.
There is a specific moment where it just clicks for a jQuery user when they realize that this tool that they were using was in fact much more than just a simple tool all along—and suddenly their understanding of how to write dynamic web applications completely shifts.
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