Mastering jQuery

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jQuery is a JavaScript toolkit that significantly simplifies rich web based application development. This course provides extensive training on selectors, DOM manipulation, handle events, create effects, build AJAX applications, write and use jQuery plugins and organize jQuery code. When you complete this course you will be able complete key tasks using jQuery, and you will have a solid basis from which to continue your learning. The course is not specific to any vendor`s platform and it equally applies to Java, .NET, PHP etc. All labs are done using plain web server and editor.
Experience in HTML and JavaScript required and experience in CSS would be beneficial..
jQuery Introduction:
How jQuery Works
First Example
jQuery Basic Concepts:
Basic Flow of a jQuery Application
Using $(document)ready()
Selecting Elements
Operating on Selections
Working with Selections
CSS, Styling, and Dimensions
Manipulating the DOM
jQuery Core:
$ vs jQuery
$ vs $()
Utility Methods
Checking Types
Storing and Retrieving Data Related to an Element
DOM-Related Utilities
Feature and Browser Detection
Avoiding Conflicts with Other Libraries
Events and Event Handlers:
Connecting Events to Elements
Removing Event Handlers
Namespacing Events
Inside the Event Handling Function
Triggering Event Handlers
Increasing Performance with Event Delegation
Removing Delegated Event Handlers
Event Helpers
Built-in Effects
Changing the Duration of Built-in Effects
Limitations on Effects
Queuing of Effects with Other Operations
Callbacks - Doing Something When an Effect is Done
Running Code When an Effect is Complete
Custom Effects with $.fn.animate
Managing Effects
Key Concepts
The Same Origin Policy
Data Types
A is for Asynchronous
Same-Origin Policy and JSONP
Ajax and Firebug
jQuery's Ajax-Related Methods
Convenience Methods
Ajax and Forms
Working with JSONP
Ajax Events
How to Create a Basic Plugin
Testing Our Plugin
Finding and Evaluation Plugins
Best Practices:
JavaScript Best Practices
Namespacing Variables
Cache Frequently Used Values
Beware Anonymous Functions
jQuery Best Practices
Optimize Selectors
Use "Safe" Selectors
Use Event Delegation
Detach Elements to Work with Them
Use Stylesheets for Changing CSS on Many Elements
Use $.data Instead of $
Code Organization
Key Concepts
Don't Treat jQuery as a Black Box
Custom Events:
About Custom Events
Recap: $.fn.on, $.fn.trigger, and $.fn.triggerHandler
jQuery Mobile jQuery UI:
jQuery UI & jQuery Mobile
jQuery UI
jQuery Mobile