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jQuery Tutorial

jQuery is a JavaScript library that came in the year 2006. It was created by John Resig to ease JavaScript Programming. After learning the concepts of jQuery, it will be easier for a developer to work with JavaScript. It is a “write less, do more” JavaScript library.

jQuery Tutorial

jQuery Tutorial (English)

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jQuery Tutorial (Hindi)

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jQuery – Features

The following are the features of jQuery,

  • Selectors
    Use the jQuery selectors to select an HTML element and manipulate it.
  • Animation
    Animate a div or any other element with jQuery.
  • CSS Manipulation
    Manipulate an element and apply CSS style to it with jQuery.
  • jQuery Ajax
    JQuery has a rich set of AJAX methods for developing modern web applications.
  • Event Methods
    Call event methods event objects with jQuery.
  • jQuery Traversing
    jQuery provides DOM traversal methods to locate descendent elements, find sibling elements, etc.
  • Plugins
    jQuery has many plugins such as for creating split pages, slideshow, progress bar, etc With that, you can also create your custom plugin.

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The jQuery tutorial is prepared for students, engineers, and professionals. Beginning with the introduction, you will learn how to work with jQuery. With that, step-by-step lessons are provided covering basic as well as advanced jQuery concepts, including the jQuery Selectors, Events, Traversing, Ajax, etc.

jQuery Tutorial – Index

✔️ jQuery – Events

✔️ jQuery – Effects

✔️ jQuery – Traversing

✔️ jQuery – HTML DOM

✔️ jQuery – CSS Manipulation

✔️ jQuery – Resources

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