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[jQuery in Action] why jQuery?

Vikas Kapoor
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Hello Bear,

Plenty of AJAX frameworks are out there in the market. Why one should pick jQuery? Are there any specific advantages of using jQuery over other frameworks?

Thank you.
Bear Bibeault
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Hi Vikas, I covered a lot of this in other replies, but essentially I prefer jQuery due to how lightweight it is, how easy it is to use and learn, and how it's the one that uses JavaScript to best advantage.


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