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HTML jQuery Basics (2014) Introduction to jQuery What is jQuery?

David Taber
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David Taber
Courses Plus Student 3,574 Points

I have been using Aptana as my ide to develop web pages. For the jquery I would like to use google chrome however the

I can find no documentation to simply add files to chrome. With Aptana I can just drag and drop files to the workspace etc. However I like some of the functionality of chrome. Additionally the layout of chrome has changed somewhat which makes it more difficult.

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Hi David,

Could you elaborate more on what you mean here?

In the video, Andrew is using the treehouse workspaces feature within the chrome browser.

David Taber
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David Taber
Courses Plus Student 3,574 Points

My problem was that I could find no way to create a workspace on my local computer. I was assuming that chrome would be an intuitive interface like Aptana instead I have to wade through all the documentation. For now I will just continue to drag and drop the files to my Aptana workspace and develop from there. Eventually I will get to all the chrome doc;s I just don't want to spend the time on it. I consider this matter closed.

Did you already click on the blue "Launch Workspace" button that is to the right of the video? That let's you create a workspace and you follow along with what Andrew is doing.

If you're trying to do this all locally then you need to continue to use an ide or text editor of your choice and view the result in chrome.