The jQuery cookbook is a recently released book from O’Reilly that covers all aspects of jQuery and tackles common client-side quandaries with a well-thought out arsenal of recipes. This book will empower beginners and veteran’s alike, allowing you to be truly confident in your jQuery skills.
Update: The competition is now closed. (see the winners)
The book has been written by many different authors, all of whom play a significant role in the jQuery community:
- Cody Lindley
- Ralph Whitbeck
- Jonathan Sharp
- Michael Geary and Scott González
- Rebecca Murphey
- Remy Sharp
- Ariel Flesler
- Brian Cherne
- Jörn Zaefferer
- Mike Hostetler
- Nathan Smith
- Richard D. Worth
- Maggie Wachs, Scott Jehl, Todd Parker, and Patty Toland
- Rob Burns
- James Padolsey (yes, me!)
O’Reilly has been kind enough to offer two free copies of this fantastic book for me to give away on my blog. To enter this small competition, simply leave a comment with a sentence or two saying why you need/want this book. I wish I could give you all free copies, but unfortunately I can only pick two winners, so think carefully about what you write.
Don’t forget to enter an email address (confidential) in the comment form so I can contact you if you win.
CONTEST CLOSES 20:00 GMT Wednesday (9th December) (see update)