Beginner Series: jQuery Tutorial
What makes jQuery so popular, is that it’s remarkably powerful, has a wide range of plugins and commands, and is easy to use and read. One could even go so far as to say that jQuery syntax is attractive.
How is jQuery Used?
jQuery is most commonly used as a client-side scripting language for web applications and web development. This means that it is added alongside HTML and CSS, located on the client side of a web page as opposed to the server side.
In layman’s terms, jQuery is used to spruce up the interface or interactions on a website. This can happen through user input fields, larger forms, pop-up windows and notifications, and much more.
Next, we’re going to talk about the Benefits of Learning jQuery.
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