JQuery is an open source, it is loved by small web designers, and by a lot of the world's largest companies, and the library makes a well-founded claim to it, to become the industry standard in the development of a variety of Web sites. JQuery is not only enjoyed by the support of a broad community of developers of open source systems, but it even received the official support from the Microsoft.
Sites that use Jquery
JQuery is involved in an increasing number of sites, including the most mega of the world, including
Twitter.com, Wikipedia.org, MLB.com, Amazon.com, Bing.com, Microsoft.com, ESPN.com, Digg.com, Reddit.com, Netflix.com, WordPress.com and many others.
Now JQuery is dominated and even more pronounced - remember, a couple of years ago everybody talked about the Prototype, and where is it now?
Not only that the JQuery is supported by independent developers around the world, it is managed to find a gold mine to use in the workplace. Of course, it is also one of the reasons for this success, so with the support of many large companies of JQuery literally booming.
With its current pace of spreading of the JQuery, it is likely becoming in the coming years more and more popular, especially while developing new web projects.