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Toy Lei

Toy Lei

jQuery Ajax

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I. AJAX with jQuery
What Are Ajax & jQuery?

12m 51s

Intro
0:00
What You Will Learn
0:12
What You Will Learn
0:13
Minimum Requirements
1:12
Minimum Requirements
1:13
What is Ajax
2:13
What is Ajax
2:14
Non-Ajax Page vs. Ajax Page
2:35
What is jQuery?
3:25
What is jQuery?
3:26
Why Ajax?
4:14
5. Asynchronous
4:15
4. Important for Coders: Better Code Structure
5:42
3. Faster Dev: Reusable Code
6:32
2. Less Data Transfer
6:49
1. More Humanistic Feel
8:17
Real World Examples
8:50
Real World Examples
8:51
Final Comments
9:52
Final Comments
9:53
Three Parts of Ajax

7m 36s

Intro
0:00
Asynchronicity
0:22
Asynchronicity
0:23
Examples of Synchronous and Asynchronous
0:44
JavaScript
2:05
JavaScript Overview
2:07
Coding Examples
4:41
XML and the DOM
4:58
XML and the DOM
4:59
Coding Examples
5:12
Putting Together AJAX

31m 4s

Intro
0:00
Putting It All Together
0:17
The Data
0:18
The Generic JS File
2:07
The HTML File
8:42
The Specific JS File
10:16
The Ajaxphp Mini Script
21:07
Putting Together with jQuery

30m 13s

Intro
0:00
jQuery Notation
0:35
$ and $J
0:36
$ (document) .ready (function () {});
2:40
Selecting with $J ('a')
4:52
Selecting with $J ('.xx')
6:51
Selecting with $J ('#xx')
8:45
this
10:08
Examples Rewritten in jQuery
13:02
The Data & The Generic JS File
13:03
The HTML File
14:50
The Specific JS File
16:13
The Ajaxphp Mini Script
28:38
jQuery Core & Basics

23m 59s

Intro
0:00
The DOM (Document Object Model)
0:25
Elements
0:26
Accessing Elements within the Document
3:50
From Wikipedia
10:50
Object-Oriented and Chaining Methods
12:48
Object-Oriented and Chaining Methods
12:49
Coding Examples
14:44
jQuery()
21:05
jQuery(): Notations and Examples
21:06
jQuery.noConflict()
22:42
jQuery.noConflict()
22:43
jQuery Selectors

41m 43s

Intro
0:00
What is a Selector
0:08
What is a Selector
0:09
Most Basic and Widely Used
2:04
.class and #id
2:05
Coding Examples
4:25
:input and [type=typename]
10:35
:input
10:36
input[type=typename]
13:11
Picking Radio Buttons: Input[type=radio]
13:56
Coding Examples
14:28
eq()
18:23
Introduction to eq()
18:24
Coding Examples for eq()
20:18
Checked Boxes
21:52
Focus
26:03
Submit Button
27:33
Last Child
29:19
Parent
31:43
:odd
33:45
:odd
33:46
Lots More Selectors
40:28
Don't Forget the Generics, Don't Forget 'this'
40:29
Real Example of Selector Usage
40:43
Lesson Summary
40:44
jQuery Attributes

31m 9s

Intro
0:00
What is an Attribute
0:12
What is an Attribute
0:13
.attr() and .removeAttr()
3:33
.attr() and .removeAttr() Overview
3:34
Coding Examples: .attr() and .removeAttr()
4:17
.hasClass(), .addClass, and .removeClass()
14:22
.hasClass()
14:23
.addClass(), .removeClass(), and Toggle Class
17:35
Get Value and Change Value of Checkbox 4
20:48
Change Text of Div4
24:34
Change HTML of Div3
27:59
jQuery Elements & Traversing Elements

50m 3s

Intro
0:00
The DOM Again
1:11
Browser, Window, Document
1:12
Elements
3:47
Accessing Elements within the Document
4:08
.has()
6:56
.has()
6:57
.find() vs. closer()
11:52
.find() vs. closer()
11:53
.each()
17:50
.each()
17:51
.children();
23:48
.children();
23:49
.parent() and .parents();
25:45
.parent() and .parents();
25:46
.next and .prev()
28:32
.next and .prev()
28:33
.last()
30:32
.filter()
33:55
Cool Trick: Functionfy-ing the Filter
33:56
Manipulating the DOM with jQuery

35m 54s

Intro
0:00
.css()
0:39
Add CSS Class to sub LIs & Change Text of LI A
0:40
Change HTML of LI B
6:50
Show Me val of Text Box
9:41
Append Content to LI III
11:17
Clone UL 3
17:20
Show Me Position of Line 3
18:54
Replace divs With More Flowery Text & Replace All divs With p's
21:46
Show Me Height of div3
27:48
Tell Me Left Placement of Body
30:19
Wrap div3 With HTML
32:05
jQuery & CSS Together

45m 11s

Intro
0:00
jQuery and CSS Together
0:50
Interactive Login Box
1:01
Editing Images and Texts
13:27
Interactive Siding Response
26:56
jQuery Events

28m 10s

Intro
0:00
Review of click()
0:22
Click Me
0:46
Double Click Me!
2:43
Hover Over Me
3:32
Mouse Up and Down Me
4:50
Key Up and Down the Textbox
9:30
Change the Setting for the Radio Button
11:27
Trigger the Radio Button Example
15:28
Events the Long Way with Bind
19:07
Show Me an Event Bubble
20:35
Show Me a Live Example
24:40
jQuery Ajax

31m 28s

Intro
0:00
jQuery Ajax
0:58
Show Me Users Via Ajax Part 1
0:59
Show Me Users Via Ajax Part 2: Getting the PHP to Work
14:26
Show Me Users Via Load
27:45
jQuery Effects

19m 33s

Intro
0:00
jQuery Effects
1:25
Animate Images
1:26
Show Background & Hide Background
9:13
Toggle Background
11:52
Slide Toggle Background
13:07
Fade Out HF & Fade in HF
14:41
Fade to BG to .8
17:00
Interactive Textbox

45m 4s

Intro
0:00
Interactive Textbox
0:53
Building an Interactive Textbox Part 1
0:54
Building an Interactive Textbox Part 2
13:59
Building an Interactive Textbox Part 3
23:14
Building an Interactive Textbox Part 4
30:11
Building an Interactive Textbox Part 5
37:37
jQuery Plugins

21m 48s

Intro
0:00
An Introduction to Plugins
0:28
Interactive Textbox: But Now as a Plugin Part 1
0:29
Interactive Textbox: But Now as a Plugin Part 2
11:51
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Post by Jorge Guerrero on August 14, 2012

Amazing! Stretegic planning is to business what ajax is to programming, no doubt.

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on August 14, 2012

Just ignore it all, except items 1-20 which are very important, maybe items 23 and 25 also, sometimes.

Just joking... but I do get your point, Prof. Lei; we should focus on elements which give results and use those without getting too technical for our own sake. And customers really don't care after all. They want to see results.

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  • Intro 0:00
  • jQuery Ajax 0:58
    • Show Me Users Via Ajax Part 1
    • Show Me Users Via Ajax Part 2: Getting the PHP to Work
    • Show Me Users Via Load
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