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Any good books on SharePoint that interact with JQuery?

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I converted this question to a community wiki since it is subjective and can't really be answered definitively. However, I think we could come up with some useful resources. Maybe we could increase the scope to discuss other things besides books? – Kit Menke Sep 30 '11 at 13:49
Sure, no problem for me but I hope that it will include JQuery books related to both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 for the time being. In future, we can add more to it. – Larry Morries Oct 3 '11 at 0:38

There is a book that'll be coming out in early 2012: Pro SharePoint with jQuery. I haven't seen another on the subject.

Also, there's a recording of a session I did that you may find interesting. SharePoint 2010 Client-Side Development with the JSOM and jQuery

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Any book that is related to SharePoint 2007? – Larry Morries Oct 3 '11 at 0:38
Pro SharePoint with jQuery is now out – Phill Duffy Mar 19 '12 at 9:32

Don't know about books, but i know a good library that makes it really easy to use SharePoint web services :

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I'll second Janis' suggestion. While there's no "book" about SPServices, Mark does an excellent job of moderating the forum so there's a huge knowledge base and some great documentation there. – webdes03 Sep 30 '11 at 12:20

Anyone interested in a book that cover JQuery library for SharePoint (2007, 2010)?

The JQuery libraries is as follow (non-exhaustive):
Smarttools (
SPServices (

I wish to write such book together with the whole community and probably, the book can help to cover some expenses running this site.

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