Develop web applications with the YUI library using Packt's new book

July 2010 | Open Source, PHP, Web Development, Web Services

Packt is pleased to announce YUI 2.8 Learning the library, a new book that helps web developers improve their coding and productivity using the YUI 2.8 JavaScript development library. Written by Daniel Barreiro and Dan Wellman, this book covers all released (non-beta) components of the YUI 2.8 Library focusing at the classes that make up each component, properties and methods.

 

The Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI) is an open-source JavaScript library for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as Ajax, DHTML and DOM scripting. Written with JavaScript and CSS, YUI includes several core CSS resources and is available under a BSD License. The YUI Library is built by a core team of Yahoo! engineers.

YUI 2.8: Learning the Library helps developers install the YUI library and explore its utilities, controls, core files and CSS tools, thereby expanding their knowledge of object-oriented JavaScript programming. They will not only learn to create consistent web pages using YUI CSS tools, but also handle DOM manipulation and scripting.

This example driven book starts off by explaining the basics of the YUI library, and then moves ahead with more complex features like creating cross-browser, Web 2.0 user interfaces. Towards the end of the book, developers will come across many tools that help them debug, maintain, and ensure the best quality in their code.

JavaScript and CSS developers, willing to use the YUI library to build responsive web interfaces will find this book a beneficial and interesting read. For more information, please visit: - www.packtpub.com/yahoo-user-interface-yui-2-8-learning-library/book

 


YUI 2.8: Learning the Library
  Develop your next-generation web applications with the YUI JavaScript development library

For more information, please visit: https://www.packtpub.com/yahoo-user-interface-yui-2-8-learning-library/book

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