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Technologies > JavaScript Libraries > jQuery > by Content Delivery

Usage of jQuery broken down by JavaScript content delivery networks

Find more details in our extensive jQuery market report.

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This diagram shows the percentages of websites using jQuery broken down by JavaScript content delivery networks. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys.

How to read the diagram:
jQuery is used by 96.5% of all the websites whose JavaScript library we know.
jQuery is used by 99.2% of all the websites whose JavaScript library we know and that use Google Hosted Libraries as JavaScript content delivery network.

Overall
96.5%
Google Hosted Libraries
99.2%
CDNJS
97.9%
jQuery CDN
100.0%
W3Techs.com, 20 February 2017
Percentages of websites using jQuery broken down by JavaScript content delivery networks

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You can find ranking, usage and market share data for jQuery within all 10 JavaScript content delivery networks in our jQuery market report and in our JavaScript content delivery networks market report.

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Technology Brief
jQuery
Category: JavaScript Libraries
jQuery is a JavaScript library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating and Ajax interaction. Originally developed by John Resig.
Website: jquery.com




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