PHP jQuery cookbook review2011-11-20 20:26:41 0 comments
Most common problem that I have with this type of books is that the solutions that I count find there not only makes me ponder over them but sometimes even contradict the knowledge that I have. This time it is different. From the beginning I've a filling and mental comfort that the author bases on best practices that we could be find in many web resources. It helps to straighten up information I have.
checking for missing images.
detecting an AJAX requests.
aborting AJAX requests.
fading element after updating it.
sending cross-domain requests using server proxy.
making cross-domain requests with jQuery.
creating endless scrolling page.
For me most interesting recipes were:
Beside that it help me to do a small revision of simple XML and DOM libraries. Recapitulating it's a well written book with interesting and useful recipes and with really in-depth explanations. Exactly those explanations and a form of book as a coherent source of a proven knowledge are its main advantages.
Before you buy check table of contents if you need it. If you do, you shouldn't be disappointed.