Posted by The Creative Group on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 - 06:00 | Follow me
How to Get Started
The jQuery UI site should be your next stop after learning the base jQuery library. It is packed with demonstration code that lets you get up and running quickly.
Whether you are a creative professional who is getting more involved in web work or an experienced web designer who wants to expand your capabilities, adding jQuery to your career toolbox can have a big payoff. It can open new possibilities to dynamic yet elegant web functions, and help you create more interactive designs to engage with users.
Are you trying to learn jQuery? Share your experiences in the comments below. Are you more advanced with jQuery? Check out these posts from Robert Half Technology: Tips for Troubleshooting jQuery Validation and 15 jQuery Mobile Snippets to Hit the Web Running.
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