Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Binding and unbinding events, part of jQuery Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Let's start with the basics…and see how to use jQuery to wire up…event handlers on a web page.…Here in the jQuery website,…let's click on the API documentation…and then scroll down to the Events section,…and we'll click on the…Event Handler Attachment link right here…and you'll see that there are several functions…that you can use to work on Events.…Now, some of these have been deprecated,…so you might come across older jQuery code…that uses functions like bind and live and die…and so on and so forth.…
But the only functions that we're going to…concern ourselves right now are on and off.…These are the modern ways, as of jQuery 1.8,…to attach and remove event handlers from elements.…So those are the ones we're going to exercise…in this particular video.…Let's jump over to the code and see how they work.…So, in your Editor,…open up the binding underscore start file,…and you can see here I've got my jQuery function,…and again, I'm using the shorthand function…of declaring document ready…simply by passing the handler function…
- What is jQuery?
- Using selectors and filters to extract information
- Creating, inserting, and animating page content
- Handling events
- Understanding jQuery statement chaining
- Working with CSS
- Building event handlers
- Animating with jQuery: showing, hiding, and fading page elements
- Working with AJAX
Skill Level Beginner
1. A Quick Introduction to jQuery
2. Working with Page Content
3. Manipulating Page Content
4. jQuery Events
5. Animations and Effects
6. AJAX Operations
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