I purposefully do not cover specific libraries other than those that are ECMA-standardized. I don't want to rewrite the book whenever the library landscape changes, which seems to happen with distressing regularity.
As for jQuery, I stopped using it some time ago. I actually write a fair amount of "no library" web UI, and found that you can target all non-IE browsers just fine with a single code base. (Except of course for the !@#$ iPad. Don't get me going.) If you are still using jQuery, visit http://youmightnotneedjquery.com/
and see if you actually need it.
Of course, most people use a UI framework: React, Angular, Vue, etc. If you do front-end work, you'll need to learn one of them. Resistance is futile.