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Learn JQuery: A Fun And Simple Introduction!

Rich Armstrong, Product Designer

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11 Videos (1h 19m)
    • An Introduction to an Introduction

      0:55
    • What is jQuery?

      0:55
    • Things You'll Need

      0:51
    • First Steps

      6:27
    • jQuery Selectors

      9:28
    • jQuery Traversing

      7:05
    • jQuery Events

      9:05
    • jQuery Getting and Setting

      14:26
    • jQuery Animation

      10:59
    • Build Your Own Accordion

      15:55
    • Share It!

      2:43

About This Class

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Wanting to take your website building skills to the next level? Want to write JavaScript that's easy to code, quick to code, and works accross browsers? Or maybe you've heard of jQuery but never known what it really is? jQuery will change your web life! It allows you to focus making the next big thing (or cool little thing) rather than worrying about cross-browser bugs, optimization, and writing massive amounts of code for almost everything you're wanting to do.

This class is a fun introduction to jQuery, and covers the basics! The class is structured in an easy-to-understand way. We go step by step through writing your own jQuery, and what it all means – through a few simple examples :)

If you're new to building websites I have a beginners class on building your first website with HTML and CSS and a beginners class on writing JavaScript. I'd suggest doing these beforehand, or having a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (only the basics needed).


If you're looking to get into coding more, checkout my other coding classes:

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Rich Armstrong

Product Designer

Although Rich calls himself a Product Designer he's more of a jack-of-all-trades / generalist / unicorn. He designs, animates and codes. And if you want to learn how to make stuff unicorn-style then read on! Rich studied multimedia design and graphic design, and taught himself to code. He's freelanced, worked for agencies and startups, and now runs a studio with his wife in Amsterdam. He creates compulsively, has super ginger-powers and can touch his nose with his tongue!

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