By Shayne Tilley

jQuery: Novice to Ninja code archive is FREE to download

By Shayne Tilley

jQuery: Novice to NinjaIt’s not something we’ve done before, so I thought it was worth sharing the news.

For years we’ve offered a free sample for each of our books; a sizeable download comprising several chapters. jQuery: Novice to Ninja is no different, we’ve made 3 out of 9 chapters freely available — that’s over 150 pages of jQuery goodness up for grabs. What’s different with this book is for the first time we’re offering the entire code archive for free. Not just the code used in the sample chapters, all code used in the entire book!

I did a quick count, and it’s over 100 ready-to-use scripts — not bad for a free download.

Of course, we hope that you’ll grab the free code, and then be inspired to learn the way of the jQuery Ninja. When you do, jQuery: Novice to Ninja is just one click away. In the meantime feel free to take the code and use it on your own site.

To grab your free sample and a whole big bag of jQuery goodies — head straight to the sample download page.

Happy jQuerying!

  • Uhh, where is the link :)

  • jpkoppli

    Looks like the free scripts are only free to people who have already purchased the book. oops.

  • Deirdre Wilson

    thanks for the code – the link is there and you don’t need to have bought the book – look a bit harder!!

  • @s.stock and jpkoppli — have you both requested the sample here ?

  • Yes, but that was before the code was released :)

  • punstress

    I requested the sample again because it didn’t include the code the first time, but after a full day, nothing has come to either of the two e-mails I’ve entered. Not sure what to do.

  • Al Toman

    The link is on the right hand side bar. It is the code archive link. It says that it is free if you bought the book. Disregard that. Just click the link, select NINJA from the drop down, enter your email address and get the code.

  • valerie

    I’m kind of frustrated. I entered the email address that the free sample email came to and it says it’s not recognized and wants the last word of Chap 9 as well as info on where I purchased the book. Is the code free or not?

  • Nico

    I don’t see where you can download the scripts at? Do you have to buy the book?

  • Nope you don’t need to buy the book — all you need to do is grab the free sample from here — and the the code is included

  • Thanks for the book..

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