[Expired] We have two copies of the book jQuery UI 1.8: The User Interface Library for jQuery to Giveaway

Today we have two copies of the paperback book jQuery UI 1.8: The User Interface Library for jQuery, 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 or need this book.

Please Note: This competition is only open to readers from the US and Europe.

About the Book: jQuery UI 1.8: The User Interface Library for jQuery

jQuery UI 1.8: The User Interface Library for jQueryjQuery UI 1.8: The User Interface Library for jQuery has been specially revised for version 1.8 of jQuery UI. It is written to maximize your experience with the library by breaking down each component and walking you through examples that progressively build upon your knowledge, taking you from beginner to advanced usage in a series of easy-to-follow steps.

Throughout the book, you’ll learn how each component can be initialized in a basic default implementation and then customize and configure each component to tailor it to your application. You’ll look at the configuration options and the methods exposed by each component’s API to see how these can be used to bring out the best of the library. Each chapter will also show you the custom events fired by the component covered and how these events can be intercepted and acted upon.

You can also download a sample PDF chapter by clicking here: Chapter No.8 “The Progressbar Widget”.

How to win these books

This competition will run for the next 7 days (ending on the 20th of Novemeber 2011) and all you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment below telling us why you would like or need this book.
Winners will be selected completely at random and will be informed within a few days of the competition ending via email.
Please note that we will need your home address for postage.

Good luck to everyone :)

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