There are currently two ideal solutions for embedding the jQuery library in a web page:
Use the Google-hosted content delivery network (CDN) to include a version of jQuery (used in this chapter).
Download your own version of jQuery from jQuery.com and host it on your own server or local filesystem.
It’s of course also possible, and mostly likely old hat, to host a copy of the jQuery code yourself. In most circumstances, however, this would be silly to do because Google has been kind enough to host it for you. By using a Google-hosted version of jQuery, you benefit from a stable, reliable, high-speed, and globally available copy of jQuery. As well, you reap the benefit of decreased latency, increased parallelism, and better caching.This of course could be accomplished without using Google’s solution, but it would most likely cost you a dime or two.
J Query Related Interview Questions
|HTML 4 Interview Questions||HTML Interview Questions|
|HTML 5 Interview Questions||Zend Interview Questions|
|JqueryUI Interview Questions||Dynamic HTML Interview Questions|
|XQuery Interview Questions||jQuery Mobile Interview Questions|
J Query Related Practice Tests
|HTML 4 Practice Tests||HTML Practice Tests|
|HTML 5 Practice Tests||Zend Practice Tests|
|PHP and Jquery Practice Tests||J Query Practice Tests|
|CodeIgniter Practice Tests||Dynamic HTML Practice Tests|
J Query Tutorial
Selecting Elements With Jquery
Beyond The Basics
Faster, Simpler, More Fun
Html Form Enhancements From Scratch
Html Form Enhancements With Plugins
Interface Components From Scratch
User Interfaces With Jquery Ui
Jquery Ui Theming
Jquery, Ajax, Data Formats: Html, Xml, Json, Jsonp
Using Jquery In Large Projects
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