- Instead of rewriting task blocks, you can use simple jQuery methods.
- jQuery can be deployed on the server and client side with little effort.
- It can be used to develop isomorphic applications.
What is a jQuery library?
The amazing extendability of jQuery
The jQuery team is quite knowledgeable about cross-browser compatibility problems and accounted for it in the jQuery library. As a result, every major browser executes jQuery in the same manner.
Large community offering support
The jQuery library is currently the most widely used JS library available. It may be used and altered with little effort. More than that, jQuery has a sizable active community that has produced a wealth of tutorials, guides, and other documentation for beginners.
Wondering what jQuery looks like? The below examples will help visually explain the slideDown(), slideUp(), and slideToggle() functions:
This is the example of using the hide() and show() functions:
This example shows an animate() function code block:
Here’s an example of CSS manipulation:
$(“h1, h2, p”).toggleClass(“blue”);