Earlier this month we gave you a video tour of JavaScript & jQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development, by Jon Duckett. Today, we're launching a contest to give away five copies. Answer the following question to enter:

What's something every UX designer should try to understand about the work done by developers?

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Five winners will be chosen from the valid entries—contest ends on Friday, September 5th.

Excerpted with permission from the publisher, Wiley, from JavaScript & JQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development by Jon Duckett. Copyright © 2014.

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Hello UXMAG, is there any winner of the contest around? 

Fast & fluid responses with intuitive UI needs good bits from developers overcoming technology constraints.

Seems to contain Nice illustrations for developers and UX designers alike.

That code languages sometimes cannot cope with the design and need to be adapted to the current technology also if it is the most advanced. That's why knowing more about code languges could help UX designer.

This book seems to be that one I was looking for in the last few years!

The developer is always scared of what new style UX will come up with and will he/she be able to incorporate it with the best effect.

The developer work is limited by the tech he uses and the ux has to keep that in mind