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Jacinto Canek
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Congrats to Zak Ruvalcaba & Mary Delamater for yours new book. And I wish will do a question. What is the level of your book for a programmer that has experience in JavaScript but not in JQuery.

and this Book will help me to learn from beginner the language JQuery?
 
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Why are you calling JQuery a language?
 
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Hi Jacinto

I'd say it's beginner to intermediate. The first section presumes no previous knowledge of JavaScript and presents the basics. The second section presumes no previous knowledge of jQuery and presents the basics. The third section then presents more advanced JavaScript concepts, and all the book applications contain both JavaScript and jQuery. So if you read the second and third sections, I think you'd have a pretty good working knowledge of jQuery when you're done.

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Jacinto Canek wrote:Congrats to Zak Ruvalcaba & Mary Delamater for yours new book. And I wish will do a question. What is the level of your book for a programmer that has experience in JavaScript but not in JQuery.

and this Book will help me to learn from beginner the language JQuery?
 
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Hi Campbell Ritchie you are right. It is a JavaScript library.

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Why are you calling JQuery a language?


 
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Thanks Mary, I'll hope have the opportunity to read your book


Mary Delamater wrote:Hi Jacinto

I'd say it's beginner to intermediate. The first section presumes no previous knowledge of JavaScript and presents the basics. The second section presumes no previous knowledge of jQuery and presents the basics. The third section then presents more advanced JavaScript concepts, and all the book applications contain both JavaScript and jQuery. So if you read the second and third sections, I think you'd have a pretty good working knowledge of jQuery when you're done.

Mary

Jacinto Canek wrote:Congrats to Zak Ruvalcaba & Mary Delamater for yours new book. And I wish will do a question. What is the level of your book for a programmer that has experience in JavaScript but not in JQuery.

and this Book will help me to learn from beginner the language JQuery?
 
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Me too

Jacinto Canek wrote:Thanks Mary, I'll hope have the opportunity to read your book

 
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