- Creating a plugin
- Generate, Init, and Destroy
- Handling events
- Plugin options
- Setters and Getters
- Styling, CSS, and themes
- Browser and mobile support
- File organization and versioning
Robert Duchnik is an experienced full-stack web developer with over ten years of experience in the field. He has worked as a lead coordinating large-scale projects serving millions of users. He is also the author of Websanova, a blog that covers web development topics and hosts a myriad of popular open source jQuery plugins. jQuery Plugin Development in 30 Minutes is Duchnik's first guide.
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By the end of this book, you will be able to to build robust and efficient websites successfully using JQuery.Style and approach
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