The move to support jQuery comes less than a month before the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference, which will be held in October in Los Angeles, and bodes well in terms of what kind of news we might be able to expect at the PDC.
"Both Microsoft and Nokia are taking the major step of adopting jQuery as part of their official application development platform. Not only will they be using it for their corporate development but they will be providing it as a core piece of their platform for developers to build with."Moreover, Resig said:
"A big part of the appeal of jQuery is that it allows you to elegantly (and efficiently) find and manipulate HTML elements with minimum lines of code. jQuery supports this via a nice 'selector' API that allows developers to query for HTML elements, and then apply 'commands' to them. One of the characteristics of jQuery commands is that they can be 'chained' together -- so that the result of one command can feed into another. jQuery also includes a built-in set of animation APIs that can be used as commands. The combination allows you to do some really cool things with only a few keystrokes."