the file is not corrupt. If you download the file with FireFox, it will come down just fine. Since you’ll need FireFox to use FireBug, you’ll be just fine. **
Intro to jQuery: In this session, we look at the most common use of jQuery — picking something, then doing something with each item selected. For example: $(“p”).css(“background-color”,”#cccccc”); In that single line, we’re able to search through the entire dom for all <p> tags, and set their background-color to gray. 1 line. That’s awesome. We also briefly summarize some of the other stuff you get for your
jQuery Deep Dive: Here we briefly reviewed the “pick something, then do something with each” techniques. Then we dive right in with AJAX: using GET and POST to retrieve content, sending parameters in the query string or as post parameters, techniques to call ASP.NET AJAX web services and page methods — without a ScriptManager on the page, built-in jQuery animation, how use and build plugins, and how to interact with server-side controls and page life cycle. By the time we were done with all that, we were definitely ready for lunch.
Desert Code Camp is a great opportunity for coders of all skill levels and all technology backgrounds to share and learn. I thank you for the opportunity to learn with you. See you at the next Desert Code Camp.