Advancing from jQuery 2 to jQuery 3

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Advancing from jQuery 2 to jQuery 3 opens the door to new features and performance advantages, but is it right for your project?

Explore new features in jQuery 3 such as Promises/A+, accelerated graphics, improved data binding, unwrap functionality, and animations.
Expert Daniel Stern takes you through live demonstrations, in-depth lessons, and a TodoMVC project implemented on both jQuery 2 and 3 libraries. To get the most out of this course, viewers should have a basic understanding of HTML, javascript, and jQuery. Access to a PC or MAC workstation with administrator privileges is recommended.
Understand jQuery 3 and when an upgrade makes sense
Develop practical strategies for fixing backwards compatibility issues when upgrading
Review how to fix previously ignored errors and remove special Ajax cases
Learn how to apply Promises/A+ patterns
Daniel Stern has been in the web development industry for many years, working with clients ranging from ad agencies to banks, and has become a well established author for O’Reilly. He is passionate about web development and teaching new skills to aspiring coders. Daniel is the main contributor on numerous open source projects including Angular Audio and range.css, and was a speaker at the Full Stack Conference in London in 2014. Check out other courses by Daniel Stern on the O’Reilly website.

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