jQuery

JQuery is a Javascript library that reduces the client-side HTML scripting. It offers condensed syntax to complete tasks which would otherwise be unbelievably complex in JavaScript. The jQuery framework has a modular access which facilitates the creation of dynamic web applications. The most commonly employed jQuery effects are drop-down menus, content slider, drag and drop, form validation and easy animations.

jQuery is one of the most widely accepted methods for constructing streamlined AJAX based applications. JQuery is more successful for developing plug-ins for JavaScript and AJAX based applications.

jQuery web services is becoming progressive used due to its compatibility. Technology leaders, Google and Microsoft have begun incorporating jQuery into their own services and IDEs. jQuery offers centralized event manipulation, user interface particular effects, and steadfast handling of differences across browsers. Write less. Do More.” That is jQuery’s official motto; however, it is a philosophy that we at ZMS also espouse. There are many clear benefits of jQuery over competing paid technologies, such as Flash.


Why to Choose jQuery

  • It is absolutely lightweight, easy, and quick.
  • It is highly extendable
  • It is highly extendable
  • Accessibility of many types of plugins
  • Provide a separate library of JavaScript coding from HTML markup
  • Exceptionally offers cross browser compatibility
  • Microsoft and Intellisense support (for Visual Studio 2008)
  • Allows for the use of the Content Allocation Network