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jQuery UI 1.10: The User Interface Library for jQuery by Dan Wellman, Alex Libby

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Understanding the structure of the library

Let's take a moment to look at the structure of the library once it has been unpacked, so that we know where to look for specific utilities and files. This will give us a feel for its composition and structure. Open up the jqueryui folder where we unpacked the library. The contents of this folder should be as follows:

  • A css folder
  • A development-bundle folder
  • A js folder
  • An index.html file

We can see what the structure looks like from the following screenshot:

Understanding the structure of the library

For the purposes of using jQuery UI, it is sufficient to know that the js and css folders are the ones you will need to use within a production environment; ...

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