Microsoft.NET

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jQuery

jQuery – Table of Content:

  • Introduction
    • What is jQuery?
    • jQuery Syntax and explanation
    • Downloading jQuery
      • Deciding the version of jQuery to use
      • How to use jQuery library?
    • How to call a jQuery library functions
    • How to use Custom Scripts?
  • Plain JavaScript versus jQuery
  • Selecting Elements
    • Understanding the DOM
    • Form Selectors
      • Using the $() function
      • Element Selector
      • #id selector
    • The .class selector
    • CSS Selectors
    • Attribute Selectors
    • Custom Selectors
    • DOM traversal Methods
    • Accessing DOM Elements
  • Handling Events
    • Handling multiple scripts on one page
    • Alternative syntax for .ready()
    • Passing an argument to the .ready() callback
    • Making use of the event handler context
    • Shorthand events
    • Event propagation
      • Side effects of event bubbling
    • Altering the Journey – the Event object
      • Event targets
      • Stopping event propagation
      • Preventing default actions
      • Delegating Events
      • Using built-in event-delegation capabilities
    • Removing an Event handler
      • Rebinding events
    • Reacting to keyboard events
  • Styling and Animating
    • Modifying CSS with inline properties
    • Using vendor specific style properties
    • Hiding and showing elements
    • Effects and Duration
      • Speeding in
      • FadingIn and FadingOut
      • SlidingUp and SlidingDown
      • Toggling Visibility
    • Creating custom animations
      • Animating multiple properties at once
    • Simultaneous versus Queues effects
      • Working with a single set of elements
        • Bypassing the queue
        • Queueing effects manually
        • Queuing with callbacks
      • Working with multiple set of elements
    • Manipulating the DOM
      • Manipulating attributes and properties
        • Non-class attributes
        • DOM element properties
      • DOM tree manipulations
        • The $() function revisited
        • Creating new elements
        • Inserting new elements
        • Moving and wrapping elements
  • Sending Data with Ajax
    • Loading Data on demand
      • Working with JavaScript objects
        • Retrieving JSON
        • Using global jQuery functions
        • Executing a script
    • Loading an XML document
    • Choosing a data format
    • Passing data to the Server
      • Performing a GET request
      • Performing a POST request
      • Serializing a form
    • Delivering different context for Ajax requests
    • Ajax and events
  • Using Plugins
    • Finding plugins and help
    • Using a Plugin
    • Calling a plugin method
    • Specifying plugin method parameters
    • Modifying Parameter defaults
    • The jQuery UI plugin library

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