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Pro jQuery 2.0, Second Edition by Adam Freeman

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CHAPTER 16

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Refactoring the Example: Part II

I introduced some rich features in this part of the book, and as I did in before in Chapter 11, I want to bring them together to give a broader view of jQuery.

image Tip  I am not going to try to preserve a workable non-JavaScript structure in this chapter, since all of the features I am adding to the example rely heavily on JavaScript.

Reviewing the Refactored Example

In Chapter 11, I used the core jQuery features to refactor the example to include DOM (Domain Object Model) manipulation, effects, and events. ...

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