The JQUERY STORED IN WEB LIBRARY
WHERE IS JQUERY USED IN A WEBSITE?
JQuery can be used for simple tasks like adding CSS styling to elements or for more difficult ones like creating animations or applications with AJAX and JSON. It is widely used in web development.
JQuery is also applicable to the creation of mobile applications.
WHAT IS THE MAIN FOCUS OF JQUERY?
Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Safari 3+, and Google Chrome are just a few of the platforms and browsers that jQuery is compatible with. Since it integrates well with other libraries like Prototype and MooTools, its wide browser compatibility has helped it become very well-liked.
The main goal of jQuery is to give developers a simple set of tools for client-side scripting to manipulate web pages.
The JQUERY STORED ON GOOGLE SERVER
Since there are already many people hosting their content on the Microsoft server, which has good bandwidth and dependability in comparison to most other companies' servers, we believe it would be best if we didn't use our own resources pointlessly.
If you were able to install something like this on our servers, there would be no benefit to anyone, and it would only raise costs for everyone who uses our service by pushing more traffic than is necessary through them at any given time.
Finally, unless absolutely necessary, you should never let someone else host your content.
WHAT IS THE ADVANTAGE OF USING JQUERY?
JQuery is merely a library of functions on its own. It serves as the link that holds all the other libraries together. Some programmers only use it for its DOM manipulation capabilities, such as selecting elements and hiding or revealing them on a page. With libraries like jQuery UI or Prototype, other developers use it to manage Ajax requests. js
THE JQUERY LIBRARY STORED IN MICROSOFT SERVERS
In addition to its free services, Microsoft also provides more dependable paid services.
Your website can be made faster by using the CDN. Any static resources can be cached using Microsoft's CDN, which has a number of advantages:
1. It lessens the load on your servers by distributing traffic among numerous servers in various continents. Users won't have to wait as long for those files to download before anything appears on their screens, which speeds up your website.
2. It saves bandwidth by caching your files where they are most likely to be used, saving you from having to download them again when a later user needs them.
There are several ways to integrate the jQuery library into your page. The first is to host it on your own server, preventing users from downloading it through a third-party host like Google or Microsoft when they access the page. This is the best choice because you can decide where that content is stored and how frequently it is updated.