Wednesday, November 11, 2009

jQuery 1.3 with PHP

Kae Verens, "jQuery 1.3 with PHP"
Packt Publishing | 2009 | ISBN: 1847196985 | 248 pages | PDF | 3,5 MB

Enhance your PHP applications by increasing their responsiveness through jQuery and its plugins.
Combine client-side jQuery with your server-side PHP to make your applications more efficient and exciting for the client
Learn about some of the most popular jQuery plugins and methods
Create powerful and responsive user interfaces for your PHP applications
Complete examples of PHP and jQuery with clear explanations
No JavaScript expertise or jQuery experience required

In Detail
To make PHP applications that respond quickly, avoid unnecessary page reloads, and provide great user interfaces, often requires complex JavaScript techniques and even then, if you get that far, they might not even work across different browsers! With jQuery, you can use one of the most popular JavaScript libraries, forget about cross-browser issues, and simplify the creation of very powerful and responsive interfaces - all with the minimum of code.
This is the first book in the market that will ease the server-side PHP coder into the client-side world of the popular jQuery JavaScript library.

This book will show you how to use jQuery to enhance your PHP applications, with many examples using jQuery's user interface library jQuery UI, and other examples using popular jQuery plugins. It will help you to add exciting user interface features to liven up your PHP applications without having to become a master of client-side JavaScript.

This book will teach you how to use jQuery to create some really stunning effects, but without you needing to have in-depth knowledge of how jQuery works. It provides you with everything you need to build practical user interfaces for everything from graphics manipulation to drag-and-drop to data searching, and much more. The book also provides practical demonstrations of PHP and jQuery and explains those examples, rather than starting from how JavaScript works and how it is different from PHP.

By the end of this book, you should be able to take any PHP application you have written, and transform it into a responsive, user-friendly interface, with capabilities you would not have dreamed of being able to achieve, all in just a few lines of JavaScript.



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