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JQuery In Asp.Net

   
 
     


Introduction :

In this tutorial we will get and Introduction of JQuery and very frequently asked question about JQuery in Asp.Net.

What is JQuery?

JQuery is Javascript based library using which you can build your website more interactive to the user. Javascript is browser independent and run almost all the web browser available till date in the market.

Lets see some other definition

According to Wikipedia:

JQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that emphasizes interaction between JavaScript and HTML

Other definition from the web

The popular javascript library jQuery is an amazing way to extend the design possibilities of your site beyond what CSS can do. But luckily,
if you are already comfortable with CSS, you have a huge head start in jQuery! This is a very basic introduction to including jQuery


So what's the benefit using JQuery?

Using JQuery library you can do much using less programming. For eg you can build animation, Light thin page ,Input Validation and much more using few lines of code.

using Jquery you can also build your website more interactive to the user.

Where to find JQuery Library?

Well! You can donwload the JQuery Library from the JQuery website here is the link

Is Jquery Library is free?

Yes. Jquery Library is free is use and distribute. you can also download the source code using above link.

Can I use JQuery in Asp.Net application or website?

Yes! Absolutely you can use JQuery library in Asp.net.

What is the current version of JQuery?

As on Jan, 2010 the latest version of jQuery is 1.4

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