Some time ago, jQuery revolutionized web development. It provided a simple way to manipulate the DOM, created intuitive abstractions for common operations, and created a single API that could be used across many different web browsers.
However, nowadays some frameworks have a very specific way of manipulating HTML content, such as AngularJS.
But as we mentioned before, using jQuery in AngularJS applications cannot be that simple. In this chapter, you will see how to create some directives and use the jQuery interface components, specifically the jQuery UI.