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In the video download of Pearson’s jQuery Fundamentals LiveLessons from Class on Demand instructor Phil Dutson covers the core jQuery library. This library gives you an easy to use solution that will enhance the functionality and use of your website. Each lesson in this 4-hour video focuses on a particular portion of the jQuery library, and by the end, viewers would be proficient in using jQuery, as well as writing their own plugins.
Viewers will learn how to set up a development environment, including a Web server, in both Windows and OSX; use a selector and refine the elements selected; move around the DOM (Document Object Model) tree to selected elements; manipulate the DOM; change attributes and styles; utilize event handling; add animations and effects; load data remotely through various Ajax calls and actions; and finally, how to use jQuery plugins and how to create their own.
Lesson 1: Setting Up a Development Environment | Learning Objectives
1.1 Download and install the XAMPP web server for OSX (4:21)
1.2 Download and install the XAMPP web server for Windows 7 (4:47)
1.3 Download and install the Sublime Text 2 text editor for OSX (3:24)
1.4 Download and install the Sublime Text 2 text editor for Windows 7 (2:41)
1.5 Test a simple HTML page (4:50)
Lesson 2: Introduction to jQuery | Learning Objectives
2.1 Understand the different versions of jQuery (6:35)
2.2 Add jQuery to the page (2:52)
2.3 Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN) (2:56)
2.4 Understand the jQuery Selector (6:00)
2.5 Use the basic selector filters (6:17)
2.6 Use the child selector filters (2:34)
2.7 Use the content selector filters (2:12)
2.8 Use the form selector filters (3:18)
Lesson 3: Traversing the Document Object Model (DOM) | Learning Objectives
3.1 Define the Document Object Model (DOM) (1:41)
3.2 Use methods for filtering (7:13)
3.3 Traverse the DOM tree (8:20)
3.4 Use other filtering functions (3:44)
Lesson 4: Manipulating the DOM | Learning Objectives
4.1 Wrap elements (2:08)
4.2 Insert elements (10:20)
4.3 Remove elements (4:04)
4.4 Replace elements (2:07)
4.5 Copy elements (1:37)
Lesson 5: Modifying Attributes and Styles | Learning Objectives
5.1 Change attributes (5:07)
5.2 Change styles (5:22)
5.3 Work with dimensions (5:27)
5.4 Get the offset (7:21)
5.5 Use data attributes (4:43)
Lesson 6: Event Handling | Learning Objectives
6.1 Use document loading (4:02)
6.2 Use browser events (4:36)
6.3 Use mouse events (9:38)
6.4 Use keyboard events (4:26)
6.5 Attach event handlers (15:01)
Lesson 7: Animation and Effects | Learning Objectives
7.1 Use Simple effects (5:46)
7.2 Use Fade effects (7:10)
7.3 Use Slide effects (6:08)
7.4 Create custom animation and effects (11:56)
Lesson 8: Server Communication through Ajax | Learning Objectives
9.1 Implement third-party jQuery plugins (3:57)
9.2 Use the jQuery plugin architecture (3:32)
9.3 Build a jQuery plugin (7:26)
9.4 Implement the plugin (2:42)
About the Instructor
Phil Dutson is the lead front-end developer for ICON Health and Fitness. He has worked on projects and solutions for NordicTrack, ProForm, Freemotion, Sears, Costco, Sam's Club, and others. He was an original team member of the iFit project that integrated Google Maps into personalized workout creation and playback. Phil co-founded and currently manages The E-Com DevBlog, a development blog focused on Web development and solutions. Phil is the author of 3 books - jQuery, JQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile; Sams Teach Yourself jQuery Mobile in 24 hours; and Creating QR and Tag Codes.
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