Before moving forward, it's worth noting that DNN is one of the few CMS that loads very fast. Apart from that,
DNN also makes use of jQuery by default. With that, it means there won't be any reason to register a script or
run a call through to the CDN.
Furthermore, you'll be able to use the jQuery functionality on DNN by doing the following. First, you need to
open up the View.ascx file. In case you don't know, it is located in the Visual Studio. From there, navigate to
the Code view. You'll see a DIV on the left, which you can always use to add tasks. Similarly, you'll also see a
DIV on the right of the Code view. This time around, you'll only be able to use that for listing out the added
tasks. Also, on the right, you'll see some placeholder information in the Task List DIV. Now, all that is
required is to write some jQuery, using the functionality on the DNN, for the tasks to start showing up.