[EXPIRED] We Have Two Copies of jQuery Plugin Development Beginner’s Guide Book to Giveaway

Today we have two copies of the fantastic ebook jQuery Plugin Development Beginner’s Guide to give away to two lucky readers. All you will have to do for a chance of winning one of these ebooks is leave a comment below telling us why you would like to win this book.

This competition has now ended, here are the winners:

Winner Name: Wendy Muller
Comment: So I can kick my boyfriends butt at computers…. no fair at the moment, he’s a bit clever at that kind of thing and I want to be WAY BETTER!

Winner Name: Johnny Rivera
Comment: Would really enjoy this book. I been getting into jQuery for the past year, tinkering and writing small snippets of code, would really be nice to start learning some plugin development, and bring my skills to another level. Thanks for the opportunity!

jQuery Plugin Development Beginner’s Guide

jQuery Plugin Development Beginners GuideWith this exhaustive guide in hand, you can start building your own plugins in a matter of minutes! This book takes you beyond the basics of jQuery and enables you to take full advantage of jQuery’s powerful plugin architecture to deliver highly interactive content to your website viewers.

This book contains all the information you need to successfully author your very own jQuery plugin with a particular focus on the practical aspect of design and development.

This book will also cover some details of real life plugins and explain their functioning to gain a better understanding of the overall concept of plugin development and jQuery plugin architecture.

You can also download a sample chapter, by clicking here: Chapter No.9 – User Interface Plugins: Tooltip Plugins.

How to win these books

This competition will run for the next 7 days, and all you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment below telling us why you would like to win. Winners will be selected at random and will be informed directly after the competition ends via email. Good luck to everyone :)

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