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Pro jQuery by Adam Freeman

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C H A P T E R  16

Refactoring the Example: Part II

I have introduced some very rich features in this part of the book, and as before, I want to bring them together to give a broader view of jQuery. 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, you used the core jQuery features to refactor the example to include DOM manipulation, effects, and events. Listing 16-1 shows the document you ended up with, which will be the starting point for this chapter as you integrate the features from this part of the book.

There are a number of points in the script where I insert elements dynamically. ...

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