Beginner Series: jQuery Tutorial
For starters, most frameworks make working with a specific language easier yes, however, they generally confine you to a certain method for implementing solutions and functions. That is, you can’t branch out and there are not multiple ways to accomplish a task.
With jQuery, on the other hand, you can do whatever you like, and there are usually several ways to accomplish what you want. This is because jQuery is nothing more than a tool.
Next, it has everything to do with how jQuery is handled at runtime. Because jQuery has a core focus and only contains essential functions, it is small enough to be bundled with your program or web applications.
Therefore, the jQuery library is being called from your program when it is needed. A framework works the opposite way and is instead called into your program – not out of – when it is needed.
Frameworks, on the other hand, may not be entirely necessary but there are some functions and operations you can only do when you have a framework handy. That’s not the case here.
Next, we’re going to explain How jQuery is Different from Other Languages.
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