Book review: JQuery Succinctly by Cody Lindley
Now to prove thought above I want to quote Cody Lindley:
While selecting something and doing something is the core concept behind jQuery, I would like to extend this concept to include creating something as well. Therefore, the concept behind jQuery could be extended to include first creating something new, selecting it, and then doing something with it. We could call this the concept, behind the concept, behind jQuery.
What about book structure and content?
The book is broken up on sections. Each section describes one of JQuery topics (e.g. selecting of DOM elements, manipulation with DOM elements, events etc). In chapters you can find plenty of code snippets, author provides a link with source code files in a beginning of the book. The JQuery Succinctly is pretty well structured. Thanks to this you can read exactly that chapter in which you are interested in the moment. Definitely 101 pages aren’t enough to cover advanced aspects of JQuery, but as I ensured – enough for solving of most standard tasks.
What I want underline in this book?
- It is free
- It is concise
- It is clear
- It is simple
My RESPECT to Cody Lindley for the JQuery Succinctly book. It was really interesting and helpful for me. I wish him more inspiration in his work.