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jQuery is very nice to use. Of course as other posters here pointed out, you shouldn’t over-use JavaScript effects/animations, otherwise we’ll be turning back time to 1998 and GeoCities and the marquee and blink tags shudder.

For my own small projects, I have used jQuery for a calendar/datetime picker and for sliding out the results of a table (the generation of the table is fairly quick but I didn’t want the user’s vision to be shocked when a bunch of rows are generated. It’s so jarring). I also used it for tooltips which look lovely, check out ClueTip if you ever need them.

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