jQuery 1.3 with PHP

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jQuery 1.3 with PHP

jQuery 1.3 with PHP
Publisher: Packt Publishing | October 26, 2009 | 248 pages | English | ISBN 10: 1847196985 | 6.2 MB

To make PHP applications that respond quickly, avoid unnecessary page reloads, and provide great user interfaces, often requires complex javascript techniques and even then, if you get that far, they might not even work across different browsers! With jQuery, you can use one of the most popular javascript libraries, forget about cross browser issues, and simplify the creation of very powerful and responsive interfaces all with the minimum of code.
This is the first book in the market that will ease the server side PHP coder into the client side world of the popular jQuery javascript library.

This book will show you how to use jQuery to enhance your PHP applications, with many examples using jQuerys user interface library jQuery UI, and other examples using popular jQuery plugins. It will help you to add exciting user interface features to liven up your PHP applications without having to become a master of client side javascript.

This book will teach you how to use jQuery to create some really stunning effects, but without you needing to have in depth knowledge of how jQuery works. It provides you with everything you need to build practical user interfaces for everything from graphics manipulation to drag and drop to data searching, and much more. The book also provides practical demonstrations of PHP and jQuery and explains those examples, rather than starting from how javascript works and how it is different from PHP.

By the end of this book, you should be able to take any PHP application you have written, and transform it into a responsive, user friendly interface, with capabilities you would not have dreamed of being able to achieve, all in just a few lines of javascript.

What you will learn from this book?

Integrate jQuery into your PHP applications
Add tabs and accordions using the jQuery UI project to make your pages easier to read
Validate forms locally and remotely
Enhance your existing form controls, optimize large select boxes, build auto suggest fields for your forms.
Manipulate images non destructively
Manage your files and directories
Create your own jQuery plugins
Write a weekly calendar
Use a drag/drop mechanism to sort lists and create hierarchical menus
Paginate, order, and search large data sets


This book takes a practical approach to integrating PHP and jQuery, showing examples of every point discussed. All examples are written such that you should be able to copy out the code into your own projects and see immediate results, no matter what your experience with javascript. You will find projects developed within a chapter, building them up step by step, describing the process and thought that goes into it. Minimal requirements are needed on the server side, so the examples should work with any setup.

Who this book is written for?

This book is for PHP application developers who want to improve their user interfaces through jQuerys capabilities and responsiveness. Whether you are familiar with jQuery or have only dabbled a little with javascript, this book will provide you with numerous practical examples of how to improve your application.

About the Author
Kae Verens

Kae Verens has worked in software and web site development for over 11 years, and is an owner manager of a web design company in Ireland. He enjoys writing innovative solutions for customer problems, and taking existing software and improving on it.

Kae is the original author of KFM, a very popular PHP and jQuery file manager. He is also the primary developer of Webworks WebME, a user friendly CMS, and is secretary of the Irish PHP Users Group.

When not being paid to code, Kae is a husband and is father to two children, and is learning to play the piano and write music.
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