jQuery is a powerful and popular JavaScript library that simplifies web development by providing a concise and intuitive way to manipulate HTML documents, handle events, create animations, and interact with server data. It streamlines cross-browser compatibility, making it easier to write efficient and maintainable code.

jQuery's extensive collection of plugins further enhances its capabilities, offering solutions for tasks ranging from form validation to interactive user interfaces. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, jQuery remains a valuable tool for crafting dynamic and responsive web applications with reduced coding effort and enhanced functionality.

  • Computer: You'll need access to a computer, whether it's a desktop or laptop, to practice coding and view your JQuery files in a web browser.
  • Text Editor:: You'll need a text editor to write JQuery code.
  • Web Browser::You'll need a web browser (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari) to view and test your JQuery Web pages.
  • Patience and Practice:Learning JQuery takes time and practice, so be patient with yourself.

Course Circullum

  • Point 01:
    What is jQuery?
  • Point 02:
  • Point 03:
    Integrating jQuery
  • Point 04:
  • Point 05:
    Selectors in jQuery
  • Point 06:
  • Point 07:
    jQuery Fading Methods
  • Point 08:
  • Point 01:
    DOM Manupulation
  • Point 02:
    Manupulating CSS
  • Point 03:
    jQuery - AJAX Introduction
  • Point 04:
    HTTP Request: GET vs. POST