Course features:


Learning Path

  • What is jQuery?
  • Benefits of using jQuery in web development
  • Including jQuery in web pages
  • Understanding the jQuery document ready function
  • Basic selectors (element, class, ID)
  • Attribute selectors and pseudo-selectors
  • Filtering and chaining selectors
  • Adding, modifying, and removing elements
  • Traversing the DOM tree
  • Creating and appending elements dynamically
  • Binding and unbinding events
  • Event delegation and propagation
  • Handling user interactions (click, hover, submit)
  • Showing and hiding elements
  • Fading, sliding, and custom animations
  • Delaying and queuing animations
  • Making AJAX requests with jQuery
  • Handling AJAX responses (JSON, XML, HTML)
  • Implementing callbacks and promises
  • Introduction to jQuery plugins
  • Integrating and customizing plugins
  • Using jQuery UI for widgets and interactions
  • Optimizing performance with jQuery
  • Best practices and coding standards
  • Adapting layouts and content with jQuery
  • Implementing responsive navigation and elements
  • Participants will work on a final project applying jQuery techniques
    learned throughout the course to create a dynamic and interactive web application.
  • They will showcase their project and demonstrate their proficiency in using jQuery effectively.