1. Head First jQuery by Riyan Benedetti
This is a series about learning jQuery with different titles, such as Headfirst Design Pattern. This book covered only the most basic Jquery concepts. A detailed explanation and solution are provided to assist with self-learning. This book is full of amazing information!
2. jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault
This book is not only for beginners but also for developers with a bit of experience. The writing is excellent, it’s well organized, and the examples are easy to understand. jQuery in Action, Third Edition, is a fast-paced and complete guide to jQuery, focused on the tasks we’ll face in nearly any web development project.
3. jQuery in easy steps by Mike McGrath
This book shows readers how to incorporate the free jQuery library so they can easily create interactive web page features by copying the examples. We will see how we can easily manipulate elements of the web page and how easy it is to produce dynamic responses to user events.
5. Learning from jQuery: Building on Core Skills 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Callum Macrae
6. Learning jQuery 1.3 2nd ed. Edition by Jonathan Chaffer and Karl Swedberg
The authors of this book share their knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm about jQuery to help you get the most from the library and to make your web applications shine.
7. jQuery in 8 Hours by Ray Yao
“jQuery in 8 Hours” covers all the essential jQuery knowledge. We can learn complete primary skills of jQuery fast and easily. The book includes more than 80 practical examples for beginners and includes tests & answers for college exams, engineer certification, and a job interview.
8. jQuery Cookbook: Solutions & Examples for jQuery Developers (Animal Guide) 1st Edition by Cody Lindley
The jQuery Cookbook by Cody Lindley is a fantastic book to learn jQuery for beginners and experts alike. It starts with a brief overview of everything web for those not familiar with some of the basics, most of which we can probably skip.
9. Learning jQuery – Fourth Edition by Jonathan Chaffer
The book is beautifully designed. The content design is just excellent. This book will teach us how to make our websites more interactive, engaging, and usable.
11. Learning jQuery: A Hands-on Guide to Building Rich Interactive Web Front Ends 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Ralph Steyer
13. jQuery UI Cookbook Kindle Edition by Adam Boduch
This book will give us a huge productivity boost out of the box with jQuery UI, and help us to understand the framework, inside and outside. “jQuery UI Cookbook” provides us with practical recipes featuring in-depth coverage of every widget in the framework, including how to address limitations that impact your everyday development activities with these widgets. We’ll get a better idea of the big picture – how the framework is composed, how the widgets relate to one another, and how to build on those patterns.
14. Murach’s jQuery, 2nd Edition by Zak Ruvalcaba and Anne Boehm
Now a day, jQuery is used in over 60% of the million most-visited websites, and that makes it one of the technologies that every web developer should master. jQuery is difficult to learn, especially for those with limited programming experience. But now, this new edition of the jQuery book makes it easier to learn how to use jQuery to create dynamic user interfaces, fast response times, and special effects.
15. jQuery For Beginners: Your Guide To Easily Learn jQuery Programming in 7 days Kindle Edition by iCode Academy
The book provides proven strategies and steps for creating programs that use jQuery. It tells us about the fundamentals of the programming language as well as the things we have to do to come up with working programs. It explains to us what jQuery is, why choosing it over other programming languages is worth it, and what we have to do to get better at writing programs. This book covers the very basics of jQuery with step-by-step instructions that help us to learn some easy things to do with instant results.
16. Beginning jQuery: From the Basics of jQuery to Writing your Own Plug-ins 2nd ed. Edition by Jack Franklin and Russ Ferguson
This book provides a step-by-step overview of the jQuery library so we can focus on what matters. This book also reveals the expressive yet concise nature of jQuery’s code. We’ll discover good practices to follow, how to avoid common errors and the many other assets that jQuery has to offer.
17. jQuery Pocket Reference: Read Less, Learn More 1st Edition by David Flanagan
18. jQuery Mobile: Up and Running: Up and Running 1st Edition by Maximiliano Firtman
jQuery Mobile is essential for the conversion of jQuery code into the more succinct jQuery Mobile platform for smartphones and tablets. This was a great introduction for us into mobile web development utilizing jQuery Mobile. Basic web development knowledge is necessary when learning from this book.
19. Learning jQuery 3 – Fifth Edition: Interactive front-end website development 5th Revised edition by Adam Boduch, Jonathan Chaffer, & Karl Swedberg
This book is the ideal match for those who want to create web applications that look good, efficient, have rich user interfaces, and integrate seamlessly with any backend using AJAX.
20. jQuery Design Patterns 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Thodoris Greasidis
The book starts with a refresher to jQuery and will then take us through the different design patterns such as facade, observer, publisher/subscriber, and so on. This book shows us how to make the best of jQuery through the various design patterns available.
There are many ways to learn new topics today, but books are still great for getting started and finding the peace for true immersion. All of the above books are very helpful for managing web applications using jQuery.