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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 9 years ago
Learn the basics of jQuery so that you can understand what's going on for part 2 of our Simple Website Instant Messenger tutorial!
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
This Chapter has been extracted from Packt’s latest book “Learning jQuery 1.3” With jQuery, we can easily add impact to our actions through a set of simple visual effects, and even craft our own, more sophisticated animations. jQuery effects certainly add flair, as is evident when we see elements gradually slide into view instead of appearing all at once. However, they can also provide important usability enhancements that help orient the user when there is some change on a page (espec
JavaScript » Basics — over 8 years ago
jQuery contains the fn.extend() method, which makes authoring jQuery plugins quite easy, allowing us to write code that is used in exactly the same way as other jQuery methods. jQuery UI also contains structures that make authoring custom jQuery UI plugins easy.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 9 years ago
jQuery-fied version of the Topsy retweet button, plus adding the "Who" part using the awesome Topsy API. to create this fancy share count button for your stories on twitter.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 11 years ago
Learn how to use Ajax to collect email addresses for your newsletter.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 9 years ago
How to Create a Simple Web Based Chat Application
JavaScript » Basics — about 5 years ago
Learn to implement notifications in the favicon using jQuery. Important for getting user's attention back to the website.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 8 years ago
This is a simple jQuery tutorial to display Twitter trending stories of your website and their Twitter trackbacks by combining 2 of my jQuery plugins - Popular on Twitter Widget & Twitter Trackbacks Widget.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
Building a Tag Cloud Using the Google Web Toolkit
JavaScript » Basics — almost 9 years ago
This video explains how to show and hide div with the sliding effect using jQuery. The script you will write will also change the status of the button from Open to Close every time you click it. To show / hide div we are using the function next() to open the element which is placed right after the trigger.
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