jQuery for Application Development

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39 Lessons (3h)

  • Your First Program
  • Getting Started with jQuery
    Your first jQuery Page7:28
    What is jQuery... And Why?3:03
    Adding jQuery to Your Site5:20
    jQuery Syntax3:31
    The document.ready() Event2:44
    Basic Selectors (name, class name and Id)7:06
    Complex Selectors (attribute, css, decendent)8:09
    First, Last and (n)th Selectors3:01
    Other Pesudo Selectors4:19
  • Effects with jQuery
    Fading in and Out5:16
    Showing and Hiding Elements5:35
    Hiding Versus Removing Elements2:29
    Sliding Elements6:16
    Creating Animations9:01
    Chaining Animations4:05
    Understanding Callback Functions3:25
  • HTML and CSS Manipulation with jQuery
    Adding and Removing Classes6:47
    Inserting and Appending Content8:01
    Height and Width of Elements6:16
    Positioning Elements7:42
    Working with Element Content5:00
    Wrapping Elements4:17
    Setting CSS Rules of Elements6:37
  • Forms and jQuery
    Blur and Focus Form Elements5:14
    The .change() Event2:50
    The .select() event4:09
    The .submit() Event2:23
    Serializing Form Content3:11
  • Events in jQuery
    .click() and .dblclick()4:29
    Mouse Events4:25
    Browser Events5:02
    Keyboard Events and the Event Object4:07
  • API Communication with jQuery and JSON
    Loading Local Data with jQuery7:00
    Loading Remote Data with jQuery10:48
    Adding JSON data5:30
    Deleting JSON data6:24
  • jQuery UI
    Dialog Boxes6:43

Complete This 3-Hour Course & Immediately Be Able to Start Using Your New jQuery Skills in Your Everyday Development Work

Mark Lassoff

Mark Lassoff | Programming Instructor

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Five years ago Mark parlayed two decades of software development experience into his latest entrepreneurial venture, LearnToProgram Media.

LearnToProgram Media publishes online courses that teach mobile, web, and game development. Over 500,000 people have learned programming from Mark through online classes he has either authored or published. In addition to publishing popular courses and books, LearnToProgram Media operates an internet video network that produces several programs on software development.


jQuery remains the most popular client-side development library on the web. Designed to do some of the heavy-lifting in JavaScript, you're going to find the jQuery library used in millions of sites. While it's not the sexiest or newest JavaScript library-- jQuery remains the most deployed. It's a "need-to-know" item if you're on the road to becoming a web developer, client-side engineer, or another type of development pro.

If you're going to learn jQuery-- you should do it with Mark Lassoff. Mark designed this course so you could get moving quickly and apply what you've learned immediately. This course covers it all-- From the basic jQuery syntax, simple through complex selectors, jQuery Ajax, jQuery UI, and much more. There are even a couple of complete jQuery projects included for you to test your skills after you've learned the fundamentals.

4.2/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 39 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn what jQuery is
  • Integrate the jQuery libraries
  • Use basic & complex jQuery selectors
  • Show & hide elements with jQuery
  • Differentiate hiding versus removing jQuery elements
  • Create animations with jQuery
  • Understand jQuert callback functions
  • Manipulate HTML & CSS with jQuery
  • Work with Element content
  • Communicate with an API using jQuery


Important Details

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  • Experience level required: beginner
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  • Fundamental understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript


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