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What ASP.NET developers should know about jQuery

As much as I enjoyed attending MIX09 this year, it wasn’t a difficult decision when Karsten asked me to write an article for the MIX Online site.

Reading this here, there’s a good chance the article is targeted below the amount of jQuery expertise you already have. However, it’s been brought to my attention that some readers have found it useful for sending to their more JavaScript-phobic coworkers.

So, I decided that it’s worth mentioning here after all:

It’s hard to believe that JavaScript is already well over a decade old. Often relegated to marginal tasks in its early years, JavaScript has grown to become a pillar of modern web development. With the current popularity of DHTML and AJAX, it can be difficult to find a site that doesn’t use JavaScript anymore. One of the driving forces behind JavaScript’s newfound popularity is a proliferation of JavaScript frameworks, such as jQuery.

 

Why?

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Dave Ward wrote his first computer program in 1981, using good ‘ol Microsoft Color BASIC and cassette tapes for data storage. Over the years since then, he has had the opportunity to work on projects ranging from simple DOS applications to global telecommunications networks spanning multiple platforms.