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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — over 8 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to make a fancy AJAX contact form which leverages modern web development techniques. We are using PHP, CSS and jQuery with the JQtransform and formValidator plugins.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 10 years ago
Welcome to another exciting tutorial, this time we are going to integrate the Google Maps (iFrame Block) into FancyBox. FancyBox is a plugin for jQuery and has been written by Janis Skarnelis. FancyBox allows you to recreate the Apple inspired image enlarge effects, but not only for images, also YouTube, and other HTML content. So lets get started!
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Prior to JavaScript and other client-side languages, Web browsers operated as if they were HTML dumb terminals, merely presenting Web pages generated on a server. For such pages, every user action requires a full page refresh, with a round-trip over the Internet, which degrades performance and thus user satisfaction. It may be fine for a great many Web sites, but it is completely inadequate for high-performance dynamic Web applications.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to create simple AJAX file upload system using PHP and JavaScript.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
Create a Photo Admin Site Using PHP and jQuery
JavaScript » Basics — about 10 years ago
How to create a simple image viewer using javascript and PHP
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 8 years ago
Grid-based layout is probably the more preferred way to style up a webpage to give it more magazine-like look and feel. This tutorial is about how to use CSS and Javascript to create a fluid grid-based layout (See demo here). The algorithm/procedure used in this tutorial is very simple and straightforward. There are more advanced algorithms out there which can handle multiple scenarios. But the purpose is to understand the basic logic on how to create such layout. So here it goes…
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 8 years ago
More and more we see people using horizontal sliding panels on their websites. And they usually look very nice! Some will put a contact or login form in there, others will put some information about them and their website, or even things like a tag cloud or social networking buttons.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 10 years ago
This tutorial is the second part of a tutorial that will build a javascript carousel that imitates the Mac OS X dock. In part one, we build a mock up in Photoshop and exported the nessecary images. In this part, we’ll take those images and build it into a HTML & CSS. Then we’ll use javascript to make if interact.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — about 8 years ago
Last week, Twitter released @Anywhere, which, with only a few added lines in your code, can bring all of Twitter’s platform functionalities into your website. @Anywhere can allow for anything, ranging from converting a simple @username into a clickable link, to even creating new tweets directly from your personal site. I’ll show you exactly how to do so in this tutorial!
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