jQuery is a time-tested tool for making web pages interactive. When developers think about front-end development, they think of frameworks, like React. But for everyday use cases, learning React or Angular just to make webpages interactive would be like using a bulldozer to move a handful of rocks. The fact is that most developers aren’t going to be building huge, intricate web applications with millions of users, so learning an entire front-end framework can be overkill. jQuery, on the other hand, provides a straightforward way to do nearly all of these things.
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Using jQuery Selectors
Module 3: Learning Basic DOM Manipulation
Module 4: Making Network Requests with AJAX
Module 5: Adding Animations and Effects
Module 6: Using DOM Traversal
• Use jQuery to manipulate webpages and make them interactive
• Load data from web APIs using AJAX
• Master using jQuery selectors to select DOM elements
• Handle events to create interactive interfaces
Who Should Attend
• Front-end developers/engineers, web developers, web designers.
• Beginning programmers who have learned the basics of web development and are looking to add some serious functionality to their websites.