[Expired] Two Copies of ‘jQuery 1.4 Animation Techniques: Beginner’s Guide’ to Giveaway – Comment for a chance to win

We have two copies of the book jQuery 1.4 Animation Techniques: Beginner’s Guide, written by Dan Wellman, to give away to two lucky readers. All you have to do for a chance of winning one of these books is leave a comment below telling us why you would like to win this book.

Please note that this competition has now ended, here are our randomly chosen winners:

Nick: Currently working on a animation heavy based website, would be great to get a jQuery book to learn this library properly.

Miron Machnicki: jQuery is the future of frontend developing, so i try to learn it. This book is unavailable in my country (Poland), so I’d like to win x]

About the Book: jQuery Plugin Development Beginner’s Guide

jQuery 1.4 Animation Techniques: Beginners GuidejQuery 1.4 Animation Techniques: Beginner’s Guide is an excellent book for web designers and front-end developers who already have good knowledge of HTML and CSS, and some experience with jQuery by helping implement subtle UI effects, user-triggered animations, and full-page feature animations to animate the user interface of web applications. It contains examples in a step-by-step approach beginning with simple concepts and building up to more advanced implementations.

Containing over 50 detailed examples of different types of web page animations, this book shows how to simulate animation in a variety of ways using other non-animation-specific jQuery methods, and discover how jQuery can be used to make the latest CSS3 and canvas animations work cross-browser.

You can also download a sample chapter by clicking here: Chapter No. 5 – “Custom Animations”.

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 chosen at random and will be informed within a few days of the competition ending via email.

Good luck to everyone :)

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