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Use jQuery in 2021

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jQuery is a JavaScript library designed to simplify HTML DOM tree traversal and manipulation, as well as event handling, CSS animation, and Ajax. It is free, open-source software using the permissive MIT License. As of May 2019, jQuery is used by 73% of 10 million most popular websites. Web analysis indicates that it is the most widely deployed JavaScript library by a large margin, having at least 3 to 4 times more usage than any other JavaScript library.

The 5 free resources to learn jQuery are as follows:‍

1. Learn jQuery

Official jQuery tutorial that covers everything related to the topic. It's free and constantly updated to match the latest version. The tutorial is for both entry-level and advanced-level developers. It covers everything jQuery-related and is a great reference to clear any doubts.

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2. jQuery Fundamentals

jQuery Fundamentals is designed to get you comfortable working through common problems you'll be called upon to solve using jQuery. To get the most out of this site, you'll want to read the content and try the various interactive examples. Each chapter will cover a concept and give you a chance to try example code related to the concept.

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3. jQuery tutorial Playlist

YouTube playlist consisting of 200 videos that cover everything jQuery-related. Each video is 5--10 minutes long and very much engaging. Everything from basics to advanced is covered in this playlist.

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4. jQuery Tutorial

A well-organized tutorial that covers everything jQuery-related. Both beginners and advanced programmers can find this tutorial very well appealing. The tutorial provides code snippets, diagrams, and practice problems to understand the subject better.

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5. AJAX made easy, with jQuery

Coursework that lets users learn Asynchronous JavaScript and HTML(AJAX) with jQuery effectively. The coursework provides the users with videos, notes, and practice problems. Many people have found this coursework very helpful in learning jQuery and AJAX.

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