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Learn jQuery with Visual Studio 2017

Tom Owsiak, Teacher of Interesting Things

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47 Videos (6h 54m)
    • Lesson 1: Introduction

      1:57
    • Lesson 2: Get Visual Studio

      3:22
    • Lesson 3: Configure VS

      7:08
    • Lesson 4: First HTML Page

      7:50
    • Lesson 5: First jQuery

      9:49
    • Lesson 6: jQuery with Paragraph

      9:51
    • Lesson 7: Code Placement

      9:08
    • Lesson 8: Multiple Matched Elements

      7:00
    • Lesson 9: DOM Views

      1:49
    • Lesson 10: Nesting

      6:56
    • Lesson 11. Chaining Methods

      6:16
    • Lesson 12: This Keyword

      6:49
    • Lesson 13: ID Selectors

      11:05
    • Lesson 14: Class Selector

      12:22
    • Lesson 15: Select First Elements

      7:55
    • Lesson 16: First Children

      6:31
    • Lesson 17: Attribute Selectors

      7:56
    • Lesson 18: Table Rows

      11:39
    • Lesson 19: Tables, 2

      8:21
    • Lesson 20: Searching Attributes

      9:38
    • Lesson21: Searching Attributes, Part 2

      5:08
    • Lesson22: Nthchild

      10:01
    • Lesson 23: Index Based Selection

      11:29
    • Lesson 24: Combining Elements

      9:24
    • Lesson 25: Indexes

      9:00
    • Lesson 26: Bracket Notation

      9:11
    • Lesson27: Indexes With Forloops

      8:33
    • Lesson28: Switching Context

      9:52
    • Lesson29: Add Html Element, Part 1

      8:25
    • Lesson 30: Add Html With Features

      14:55
    • Lesson 31: Slice Method

      9:39
    • Lesson 32: Filter Method, Part 1

      9:54
    • Lesson 33: Multiple Filters

      8:24
    • Lesson 34: Filter With Functions

      10:47
    • Lesson 35: End Method

      8:23
    • Lesson 36: Search For Text

      9:49
    • Lesson 37: This vs This

      6:35
    • Lesson 38: Callbacks

      9:20
    • Lesson 39: Hides/Show

      8:44
    • Lesson 40: Slideup/down

      10:50
    • Lesson 41: toggle Class

      6:33
    • Lesson 42: Custom Animation

      10:28
    • Lesson 43: Queue/Deque

      14:05
    • Lesson 44: Promisedone Method

      12:00
    • Lesson 45: Ajax

      12:18
    • Lesson 46: Get Method

      9:38
    • Lesson 47: Multiple Events

      6:50

About This Class

Let's take a look at everything that this course has to offer. JQuery is a library of JavaScript functions. These functions allow programmers to manipulate HTML elements to produce a variety of effects. This course is an introduction to jQuery using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community. This course is not for intermediate or advanced students of jQuery. Each lesson is an HD video. The code samples are created in Visual Studio, and run in Google Chrome. Questions are asked throughout the videos. At those times, please pause and do your best to answer each question. If you have any questions, please be sure to reach out and ask.  I usually respond within 24 hours. Each video is about nine minutes long. The font in each video is big so the code is easy to read. Some of the code samples are simple, and some are complex. Each video usually represents just a few, connected concepts. Thanks for reading, and see you inside!

jQuery and related marks are trademarks of the JS Foundation, and this course is not affiliated with or endorsed by the JS Foundation.

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