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However, section 3. The fourth chapter may be brief, but it explains several jQuery utility methods. This points up one of the key downsides of having almost every chapter of a programming book written by separate authors: readers can be confused or misled by disparities in coding practices, especially when the reasoning behind them is not given.
The title of the fifth chapter, "Faster, Simpler, More Fun," is a bit misleading, because the authors don't explain how to make one's jQuery programming simpler or more fun, but they do provide a great deal of information on troubleshooting, performance optimization, and jQuery coding practices, including those pertaining to progressive enhancement, accessibility, and unobtrusiveness.
Section 5. The remaining chapters are dedicated to more specific aspects of jQuery programming, including the important topics of page layout as well as element positioning and sizing, discussed in Chapter 6.
The subsequent chapter delves into effects, which is one of the more exciting topics in the jQuery realm. Even though a portion of the readers may be put off by the trickiness of the code, the material does demonstrate some of the powerful capabilities of jQuery effects — which in conjunction with HTML5 may easily encroach on areas of client-side programming formerly dominated by Adobe Flash.
Throughout Chapter 7, most if not all places where the author refers to the "mouse," he apparently means the "mouse pointer. The next pair of chapters discuss a variety of techniques for enhancing HTML forms, from scratch and through the use of jQuery plug-ins. The sample source code is better commented than what is seen elsewhere in the book, and the explanations are quite good. The subsequent chapter focuses on jQuery plug-ins, beyond their usage within HTML forms, and briefly explains how to create your own plug-ins and how to perform unit testing on them.
Chapters 13 through 15 explore such topics as drop-down menus, sliding panels, rotating images, modal windows, tooltips, the jQuery UI , and how to style jQuery UI widgets, a. Finally, the last two chapters of the book are geared more to testing and deployment, and less so to interface design and development.
The Absolutely Awesome jQuery CookBook
The topics covered include techniques for persisting data in the browser, managing large amounts of code and data for major software projects, automating the unit testing of jQuery code, testing callbacks and user actions, grouping and selecting tests, and more. Overall, jQuery Cookbook starts off with some basics, and only then moves on to higher-level concepts and related use cases.
With scores of practical jQuery recipes you can use in your projects right away, this cookbook helps you gain hands-on experience with the jQuery API. Each recipe includes working code, a live demo and a discussion on why and how the solution works.
The contents will be delivered to your email within 24 hours of purchase. In pages of jQuery awesomeness, this eBook lays out a specific solution to a scenario that will be immediately useful in your day-to-day work.
If you use an e-reader, it's probably a Kindle. The eBook contains solutions that have been tested in almost every major browser.
Each recipe includes working code and a live demo to test the code. E-commerce Frameworks and libraries for e-commerce and payments. Cartridge - A shopping cart app built using the Mezzanine. Vim jedi-vim - Vim bindings for the Jedi auto-completion library for Python.
Visual Studio Code Python - An extension with rich support for the Python language, with features including linting, IntelliSense, formatting, refactoring, debugging, unit tests, and jupyter support. Has free community edition available. Email Libraries for sending and parsing email. Marrow Mailer - High-performance extensible mail delivery framework.
Environment Management Libraries for Python version and environment management.
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PyFilesystem2 - Python's filesystem abstraction layer. Foreign Function Interface Libraries for providing foreign function interface. Forms Libraries for working with forms. WTForms - A flexible forms validation and rendering library. Functional Programming Functional Programming with Python. Coconut - Coconut is a variant of Python built for simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming. CyToolz - Cython implementation of Toolz: High performance functional utilities.
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Toolz - A collection of functional utilities for iterators, functions, and dictionaries. GUI Libraries for working with graphical user interface applications.
Flexx - Flexx is a pure Python toolkit for creating GUI's, that uses web technology for its rendering. Gooey - Turn command line programs into a full GUI application with one line. Game Development Awesome game development libraries. It is based on pyglet. Manage and display complex 3D scenes, with physics, video, sound and music, access VR devices. Pygame - Pygame is a set of Python modules designed for writing games.
PyOgre - Python bindings for the Ogre 3D render engine, can be used for games, simulations, anything 3D. RenPy - A Visual Novel engine. Geolocation Libraries for geocoding addresses and working with latitudes and longitudes. GeoDjango - A world-class geographic web framework. Hardware Libraries for programming with hardware.
PyUserInput - A module for cross-platform control of the mouse and keyboard. Image Processing Libraries for manipulating images. Quads - Computer art based on quadtrees. It enables on-demand crop, re-sizing and flipping of images. Implementations Implementations of Python.
CPython - Default, most widely used implementation of the Python programming language written in C.
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Cython - Optimizing Static Compiler for Python. IronPython - Implementation of the Python programming language written in C targeting the. NET Framework and Mono. PeachPy - x assembler embedded in Python. PyPy focuses on speed, efficiency and compatibility with the original CPython interpreter. The interpreter uses black magic to make Python very fast without having to add in additional type information. PySec - Hardened version of python that makes it easier for security professionals and developers to write applications more resilient to attacks and manipulations.
Stackless Python - An enhanced version of the Python programming language which allows programmers to reap the benefits of thread-based programming without the performance and complexity problems associated with conventional threads. Jupyter Notebook IPython - A rich toolkit to help you make the most out of using Python interactively.
Internationalization Libraries for working with i18n.
Babel - An internationalization library for Python. Job Scheduler Libraries for scheduling jobs. APScheduler - A light but powerful in-process task scheduler that lets you schedule functions. Joblib - A set of tools to provide lightweight pipelining in Python. Plan - Writing crontab file in Python like a charm. Spiff - A powerful workflow engine implemented in pure Python. TaskFlow - A Python library that helps to make task execution easy, consistent and reliable.
Airflow - Airflow is a platform to programmatically author, schedule and monitor workflows. Logging Libraries for generating and working with logs. Machine Learning Libraries for Machine Learning.
Metrics - Machine learning evaluation metrics.
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Microsoft Windows Python programming on Microsoft Windows. PythonNet - Python Integration with the. PyWin32 - Python Extensions for Windows. Miscellaneous Useful libraries or tools that don't fit in the categories above.
Natural Language Processing Libraries for working with human languages. General gensim - Topic Modelling for Humans. Chinese jieba - The most popular Chinese text segmentation library. Networking Libraries for networking programming.
Twisted - An event-driven networking engine. News Feed Libraries for building user's activities.
Stream Framework - Building newsfeed and notification systems using Cassandra and Redis. Package Management Libraries for package and dependency management. PyPI pip-tools - A set of tools to keep your pinned Python dependencies fresh.
Permissions Libraries that allow or deny users access to data or functionality. Processes Libraries for starting and communicating with OS processes. Queue Libraries for working with event and task queues.Queue Libraries for working with event and task queues. Use any video game as a deep learning sandbox. Specific Formats Processing Libraries for parsing and manipulating specific text formats.
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Tornado - A Web framework and asynchronous networking library. Image Processing Libraries for manipulating images. Downloader Libraries for downloading. Flexx - Flexx is a pure Python toolkit for creating GUI's, that uses web technology for its rendering.
SimpleCV - An open source framework for building computer vision applications.
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