Sam Abraham

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In the past few weeks, I have been busy reading Murach’s Javascript and jQuery. I had already been introduced to the Murach’s book series and knew their books as a preferred choice for instructors and students alike in various technical training schools I have had a relationship with and was glad to have been extended the opportunity to finally get to read one myself.

Murach’s Javascript and jQuery is designed to serve both those looking for a quick desk reference as well as those looking to learn Javascript, jQuery, jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile in more detail.

I particularly appreciated the authors’ choice to present all related jQuery libraries and necessary Javascript background information in one book thereby making it a single source of reference for all these technologies.

In conclusion, I would definitely recommend this book to my fellow developers and IT students looking to either get introduced to or carry a desk reference on jQuery, jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile.

For more information on this book, checkout its website:

posted on Friday, March 1, 2013 11:26 PM