I have two new jQuery related books loaded on my iPad which I will be posting reviews of once I have finished reading them:

Categories: jQueryOpen Source

1 thought on “Upcoming jQuery Book Reviews”

localtimezone · March 4, 2011 at 2:46 am

I did a review of Learning jQuery a few weeks back, it’s worth mentioning the appendix includes a good set of tutorials, including one on JavaScript closures that was particularly useful. Also, it was interesting knowing how jQuery hides some of IE’s memory-leaking behaviours (why am I not surprised IE has TWO memory managers: one for jScript, one for DOM 🙂 )

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