There are actually three methods a developer can consider to enable restriction of jQuery in the application:
• Separation through hash tags – Developers can create a function, table or tools that will not be used with jQuery as long as they are properly tagged in the application. Using hashtags (#), developers can customize the specific function so that it can be implemented without the influence of jQuery. Developers may have to manually code the function because it is separated from jQuery.
• Adding class – This can also be likened to the previous function except that it uses variable class to separate the specific function. It can also be likened to the use of hashtags because it will require developers to create a unique ID. This ID is not necessarily implemented in the rest of the application but it will differentiate itself from other functions implemented with the help of jQuery.
These are the three options in implementing restrictions for jQuery in an Ajax based application. Why the three options? Because limiting a framework is not necessarily a guaranteed practice in an Ajax based application. Developers have to try one of these options in case the other option will not work in their specific application.