Learning Path: jQuery: Interactive Web Apps with jQuery 3.x
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Conquer the wider world of interactive web applications with jQuery
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Last updated 9/2017
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  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn JavaScript's basic syntax and how to declare variables and create functions
  • Control code execution via conditional branching
  • Discover the Document Object Model and how to manipulate it with JavaScript and jQuery
  • Validate user input on forms with jQuery
  • Learn to Bootstrap basic web application with jQuery
  • Get basic knowledge about DOM API
  • Learn to create, extract, and manipulate page content with jQuery
  • Learn to access remote data via AJAX
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Requirements
  • Basic programming knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is needed
  • Prior knowledge of Bootstrap is assumed
Description

jQuery is a framework that helps make writing in JavaScript easier. It's particularly useful for simply traversing the DOM in an HTML page. jQuery is a wrapper of JavaScript, with much pre-written functionality and DOM traversing. If you're interested to skill up your knowledge to develop outstanding visual and interactive website experiences, then you should surely go for this Learning Path.


Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.


The highlights of this Learning Path are:

  • Get up to speed with JavaScript and jQuery
  • Improve your web development skills whether for personal, or professional projects with jQuery
  • Get to use practical web development skills with jQuery and Bootstrap

You start off by learning what JavaScript is and how browsers use it. You will learn how to execute different pieces of code based on certain conditions as well as how to make code loop a certain number of times. You will be then introduced to jQuery and how to use it in your projects. 

Moving ahead, this Learning Path will show you how to harness your JavaScript knowledge and combine it with Bootstrap and jQuery to build powerful modern UIs for your web apps. 

After completing this Learning Path, you will have a practical knowledge of jQuery and be able to create highly interactive, beautiful websites from scratch.

About the Authors:

For this course, we have the best works of these esteemed authors:

  • Chip Lambert has been developing websites and web applications for almost 20 years. He has authored two other books for Packt Publishing: Instant RESS Implementation How-To and Mastering jQuery Mobile. He is currently a software engineer for Jenzabar Inc. and an online instructor for Bluefield College, teaching courses in web and mobile application development.
  • Bartlomiej Potaczek is a Software Engineer working for Schibsted Tech Polska programming mostly in Javascript. He is a big fan of everything related to React world, functional programming and data visualization.
Who is the target audience?
  • This Learning Path is for those who want to graduate their skills from using plain JavaScript to developing sites and applications by incorporating the jQuery library.
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How do we get started with JavaScript?

Introduction to JavaScript
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What is the syntax of the JavaScript language?
Basic JavaScript Syntax
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You need to store the data in the script and use it at various points.
Variables
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So far, you have learned how to store data to use again, but what about a series of statements that we may use over and over again?

Functions
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How can I make certain parts of my code execute a given number of times?

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While and Do While Loops
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There could be times when you need to execute your code only if certain conditions are true.
if Statement
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Switch Statement
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The Document Object Model (DOM) is a critical component of the JavaScript language. You need to learn what it is before you can use it.

Preview 07:46

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Accessing the DOM
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Manipulating the DOM
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What is jQuery and how can it be used in the place of traditional JavaScript?
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Using jQuery: Local Versus CDN
11:52

We have been talking about jQuery and the power behind it, but we have not seen it in action yet.
Basic jQuery Example
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We know how to access the different elements of the DOM with JavaScript, but it seems clunky. Can jQuery make it easier?
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It is easier to select the nodes of the DOM with jQuery, but just selecting them is no fun. How can we manipulate them?

Updating the Elements and Content
07:38

The final piece we need to manipulate the DOM is to add elements as needed.
Inserting the Elements and Content
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jQuery is very powerful, but it seems to be lacking in form validation. How can we use jQuery to validate web forms?

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You have learned how to change HTML or the text of DOM elements; can we change the CSS? Also, it would be nice to add some neat effects to elements.

CSS Fun
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A Quick Look at Events
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Setting up Our Foundation Project
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Setting up Webpack
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Adding Support for ES6
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jQuery and the DOM
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How to select, filter elements from HTML? Using specific jQuery selector, select jQuery collection and using specific jQuery filter, filter jQuery collection.

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How to change element CSSclass, attributes? How to manipulate DOM? How to set/get element attributes, properties? Use different types of jQuery methods.

Create, Extract, and Manipulate Page Content
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Browser Events and Document Loading
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How to attach multiple events to the event handler? How to detach an event? How to trigger an event? Explain and use specific types of jQuery event handler attachment.

Event Handler
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What is an event object? How to respond to user clicks and keyboard keys? Explain an event object, explain and use most common use jQuery mouse and keyboard events.

Interactive Page Content with Events
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How to do basic effects? How to create a simple slideshow? Explain basic jQuery effects and show examples, implement a simple slideshow using fadein and fadeout effects.

Preview 09:20

How to improve page elements with animation? How to use animate method? Explain animate method and properties, implement animation for page elements.

Page Components Animation
06:00

What is an AJAX? How to do a get and post request using the jQueryajax method? How to fetch remote data using the ajax method from football data org API? Explain what is an AJAX, show simple example of get and post request, using jQueryajax create a get request for teams data and players data.

AJAX Methods
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What is a promise?What is a Deferred object?When to use Deferred objects? Briefly explain what is a promise, explain what is a Deferred object, explain Deferred object use cases, and show a couple of examples of using a Deferred object.

Deferred Object
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How to improve our application in a development and production environment? How to improve application? What we did during the course? Add scripts to thepackage.json file, prepare webpack configuration for production, add Bootstrap modal component to application, and summarize what we did and what you learned during the course.

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