jQuery offers a combination of interaction, effects, widgets, utilities, and themes designed to work well together or independently. Below are some jQuery examples that can be added to any website to enhance its appearance and improve the overall user experience.
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What is jQuery?
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jQuery provides powerful tools for finding the element(s) on the screen and then working with those elements to achieve a desired result. Through its traversal and manipulation methods, jQuery makes tasks that would be rather painful to achieve fairly straightforward and intuitive.
Interactions add basic mouse-based behaviors to any element. You can create sortable lists, resizable elements, drag & drop behaviors and more with just a few lines or code. Interactions also make great building blocks for more complex widgets and applications.
Widgets are full-featured user-interface (UI) controls that bring the richness of desktop applications to the Web. All widgets provide a solid core with plenty of extension points for customizing behavior, as well as full theming support.
Effects add support for animating colours and class transitions, as well as providing several additional easings. In addition, a full suite of custom effects are available for use when showing and hiding elements or just to add some visual appeal.
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