Our jQuery training course provides an intensive introduction to the features provided by the jQuery library. Especially useful for creating advanced, feature-rich web sites within the latest browser environments.
Downloading and using the library
Basics (ID, element, .class, wildcards)
Hierarchy / inheritance
Filters – basic, content, visibility, attributes
DOM element selections
Support for CSS 1-3 and basic XPath
How event handling works – bubbling/capturing, synchronous/asynchronous
Simple event handling
bind() event handling
How AJAX works – client, server, callbacks
Simple AJAX code – get(), post(), load(), getScript()
Effects and animations
How Plugins work
Writing your own jQuery plug-ins
$(this) and this
Creating forms with interactive features
Testing jQuery code
Webpage or app
Introducing Development technologies
Backward compatibility & progressive enhancement
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