of doing more with less code, jQuery really shines in the following areas:
- jQuery makes iterating and traversing the DOM much easier via its various built-in methods.
- jQuery makes selecting items from the DOM easier via its sophisticated, built-in, and ubiquitous capability to use selectors, just like you would use in CSS.
- jQuery makes it easy to add your own custom methods via its simple-to-understand plug-in architecture.
- jQuery helps reduce redundancy in navigation and UI functionality, like tabs, CSS, andmarkup-based pop-up dialogs, animations, and transitions, and lots of other things.
- Updated for jQuery 3
- DOM manipulation and event handling
- Animations and effects
- Advanced topics including Unit Testing and Promises
- Practical examples and labs
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