jQuery with PHP

Hi, mina! As you might have guess this is yet another review af a Packt Publishing book named “jQuery 1.3 with PHP” by Kae Verens. As the title suggests, the book discusses mostly jQuery and it’s usages with PHP. Even there is PHP in the name, you can use any of the server side web programming language you want. What really matters is what you can do with jQuery, and what jQuery plugins can do the “thing” you want to do. There is nothing in this book which you can’t find on the web. But the real thing is that it puts together most of the things you will need and creates a great cookbook for back-end developers who want to do some “web 2.0 stuff” without knowing a lot of Javascript and cross browser compatibility.
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