Learning 200 jQuery Functions with 800 Examples (Udemy.com)

Building Strong Foundation to Resize your Knowledge

Created by: Kiarus Enterprises

Produced in 2015

What you will learn

  • Learn how to use jQuery to work with the DOM, use events, effects and animations, AJAX, JSON
  • Learn how to create interactive AJAX forms.
  • By the completion of this course, you will be able to build complete interactive web applications using the jQuery.
  • Learn complete code and structure with UI and Style.css which adds to the foundation of the course
  • Become awesome jQuery Specialist
  • Learn and understand In-depth functions of JQuery
  • On successful completion of this course, you will be able to build complex interactive web applications using the jQuery

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Overall Score : 88 / 100

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Course Description

Last updated: June 30, 2015.
By the completion of this course, you will be able to build complete interactive web applications using the jQuery. Why you should learn JQuery?
  • Used by most of most visited websites, jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library in use today.
  • jQuery is the world's most used JavaScript library to create rich web applications that just feel natural to use.
  • jQuery is free, open source software. The modular approach to the jQuery library allows the creation of powerful dynamic web pages and web applications.
  • jQuery's syntax is designed to make it easier to navigate a document, select DOM elements, create animations, handle events and develop Ajax applications.
  • jQuery also provides capabilities for developers to create plug-ins on top of the JavaScript library. This enables developers to create abstractions for interaction and animation, advanced effects and high-level, theme-able widgets.
Whats inside this course jQuery? In this comprehensive course on jQuery, you'll learn how to use jQuery to work with the DOM, use events, effects and animations, AJAX, JSON and to create interactive AJAX forms. We start from scratch. We will introduce jQuery to you. We will show how to install and download jQuery. We will talk about different benefits of jQuery. Gradually, we will be making some demo apps with the help of jQuery. Take this course now, and learn jQuery in easy steps.
Last updated:June 30, 2015.Who this course is for:
  • Web Developers
  • Web Designers
  • Application Programmers, Designers and Developers
  • Mobile Apps Developers
  • Beginners who want to learn jQuery from basics to advanced
  • Anyone who wants to make their jQuery foundation strong

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it's good

Very good examples to follow.

Great course. Really a lot of usefull stuff.However, a few things with ajax doesnt work, since it demands sqli instead of sql. This should be fixed.

Great! And make more clear with jQuery's function.

Many courses require you to follow each lesson closely or you wont understand or even work the next lesson. These jQuery lessons are solid with a start middle and end. So pick a lesson and you will know without reference to other lessons how to apply the content of the lesson. As a consequence the lessons may feel longer than necessary. But personally I feel ok with this as there is a lot of detail discussed and by the end of each lesson you have got the point of the lesson.Looking forward to more courses from Kiarus.

THE GOOD:This is a very comprehensive Jquery course. I'm currently taking Rob Percival's Build 14 Websites course which goes through Jquery a bit quickly. With this course I'm now understanding the coding a lot better. The instructors in the videos do explain things very well and everything is great when it works.THE BAD:The organization of the videos. There are videos (or parts of) that repeat what was already taught. Some go very forward and are more complicated than the videos that follow.THE UGLY:OUTDATED and depreciated Jquery coding a throughout the course. The coding is optimum for HTML 4. Expect a TON of Googling to find what works currently. Most of the time, you don't know if there's an error in your code or if it's depreciated.Also, there's never any reply from the instructors in the course messages board. Never. In one area I posted my question in Rob Percival's class so that I could get it answered. They have firmly promised to have the videos updated by Sept 2015 end. It is Oct 2 and NOTHING is changed. Just more empty promises.IN SHORT: Until this course gets updated, I firmly recommend anyone to look for another course. I'm extremely frustrated and am only 2/3 through the class.

Many functionality explained in the course don't work in the way they are explained here or they don't work at all... some of them misused... why php used all arround??? Disapointed...

I see that for most of the comments by students, there is no response from the instructor!

If it was more up to date I might give more stars but when I bought the course it didn't state this only learn this after the fact. Could be better quality of video.

The tutorials are clear and detailed. I would give 5 stars but unfortunately some methods are deprecated or removed from current jQuery version.

I like these types of courses and I wish there were more like this. The thing to keep in mind about this one, it's very long. If you want a comprehensive course that covers jQuery, this is it. You won't be getting into a lot of complex control flow operations (like loops, conditionals, etc.), this is pure jQuery functions. Think of it like a guided tour through the jQuery API.There's one downside; the age of this course means there might be a few functions that have changed with newer versions of jQuery, or in at least one case, a function might be covered here that's been removed. You're also not going to be learning best practices, like how to structure your code or proper design patterns. Again, this is just a tour of jQuery functions, what they do, how they work, and how they're used.Courses like this are helpful, not because you're expected to memorize all the material. The point is, later on when you're working on a project and you're trying to figure out how to get something done, you're more likely to remember "I've seen a solution for this before." You might not remember the exact syntax, but after taking a course like this, you'll know enough that there's a thing out there that will do what you want, and it gives you enough to go on to research what it is and how to use it.Another course I took that was similar to this was an Ansible course. It worked the same way, they went over almost all of the core Ansible modules and common methods. By the end I didn't have it all memorized, but when I had to go use Ansible at work, I knew enough to know where to look.Other than the age of the course, my only other complaint is the video quality. It says 720p but it looks more like 480p. It's a bit fuzzy. Still, you get used to it and it's not too bad. There's no other course on jQuery I've found that's quite like this. It will take you a few sittings to get through it (I've been at it for 2 days straight and I'm not even 1/3 of the way through), but by the end, you'll know more than enough to be dangerous!

Obviously this course is a little dated at this point but gives a good overview of jQuery.