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JavaScript Introduction to jQuery Hello, jQuery! Why jQuery?

Is this course now outdated?

I see a different course just added. So should we take the new one instead of this jquery track? Or both of them?


1 Answer

Jay Padzensky
Jay Padzensky
4,731 Points

Hi Asli,

The Into to jQuery course isn't outdated, so you could definitely start your jQuery learning with it and then take the jQuery Basics course when it's released. The new course has been produced because we wanted to fill in some gaps that the Intro course was missing. Thanks, good question!

Kieran Barker
Kieran Barker
15,028 Points

Would it be safe to just start with jQuery Basics? And do you think jQuery Basics would be the next logical step after completing the JavaScript Basics track?