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jQuery: Novice to Ninja, 2nd Edition by Earle Castledine, Craig Sharkie

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Appendix A. Reference Material

jQuery is all about being flexible and applicable to as many situations as possible. Both the core library and the plugin architecture encourage this philosophy. The most common usage scenarios are usually catered for straight out of the box, so jQuery’s flexibility rests in the ability to override those defaults. This results in a lot of options! No need to memorize them all, though; just have a good reference on hand, and always check jQuery’s online documentation. And don’t be afraid to dive into the jQuery or plugin source code to look for anything the documentation may have missed.

$.ajax Options

The powerful array of Ajax functions in jQuery is underpinned by a single method: $.ajax. This method accepts ...

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