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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Recreating the MobileMe Web Gallery Interface
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
"Outside the Box" Navigation with jQuery
JavaScript » Cross-Browser Development — almost 7 years ago
With mobile device usage becoming more and more popular, there will be times that you’ll need to do things differently for you webpage or application to support the user agent functionality.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 11 years ago
My goal here today is to give a beginner a basic understanding of JavaScript. I will do my best to approach the idea of JavaScript from an entry level user, but I will do so in a matter of minutes. So come learn JavaScript today faster than ever!
JavaScript » Ajax — about 11 years ago
Create a Photo Admin Site Using PHP and jQuery
JavaScript » Basics — over 9 years ago
jQuery’s arrival has made the process writing JavaScript laughably easy. But, you’ll notice that making small changes to your code improves the readability and/or performance significantly. Here are some tips to get you on your way to optimizing your code.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 11 years ago
Javascrip and the DOM Series: Lesson 1
JavaScript » Basics — almost 8 years ago
There are 3 built-in Javascript functions which you need to use to get the different parts of the URL.
JavaScript » Basics — over 6 years ago
There are times when we need to reach out to our users to convey an important message or announcement and we don’t want even a single user to miss on that. Something like privacy policy update or addition of a new feature, etc. This is where a simple but user friendly notification bar comes in handy. In today’s tutorial I will show you how you can implement a notification bar on your website in few simple steps.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 9 years ago
With something as important as a contact form, you want it working properly for all visitors—even the JavaScript challenged. How do you handle this if you want to use a modal (pop-up) form? The answer is progressive enhancement; start with baseline, usable functionality; then increase the user experience for those who have browsers to support it.
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