Introduction to jQuery
jQuery is both designers and developers for easy content selection and manipulation for creating subtitle to 'flashy' effects. One of the great advantages of using jQuery is that it is by default automatically compatiable with all current browsers (IE, FF, Safari, Opera, Chrome, etc.) so testing is streamlined and efficient.
Designers and developers can use jQuery to have complete access to all CSS styles of any element on a web page, effortless web page content manipulation via filters and patterns, detection or creation of events (mouse movement or click), moving, hiding and fading elements and much more.
Many companies are using jQuery including: Amazon, Google, Twitter, Bank of America, BBC, ESPN, CBS News, Digg, Reuters, IBM, Netflix, Dell, Oracle, and many more. This course will show you step-by-step how to make the most out your existing web pages using jQuery.
Applicable Job Roles: web designer, and UI web developer.
Objectives for this class are:
Topic 1: Getting Started with jQuery
Topic 2: Selecting, Decorating and Enhancing
Topic 3: Manipulating Content
Topic 4: Animation Effects
Topic 5: jQuery UI and Forms
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