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In the first part of this book， you'I be getting familiar with the history and basiccapabilities of jQuery.By the end of this section， you will have a general grasp on theoverarching concepts behind jQuery， and-after you've revisited object-oriented PHPin Part 2-you'lIbe ready to tackle the exercises in Part 3(where you actually startbuilding area-world project with jQuery and PHP) .Evalua ion Warning：The document was created with Spire.PDF for.NET.
CHAPTER 1Introducing jQuery
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