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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Basics — over 7 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to use the Geolocation API to get your current latitude and longitude, from these results we can then connect to the Google Maps API to display your location in the browser.
JavaScript » Basics — about 4 years ago
What do you think what will result variable will contain after evaluation of following JavaScript statement: var result = "Apple" && "Orange"; Is it true or false or Apple or Orange?
JavaScript » Basics — about 7 years ago
Turn.js is a plugin for jQuery that adds a beautiful transition similar to real pages in a book or magazine. It works in all modern browsers including touch devices.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 10 years ago
24 JavaScript Best Practices for Beginners
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 6 years ago
Learn to implement features like data sorting, search, inline editing, and more for your regular boring tables with the help of this small tutorial.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 11 years ago
Creating tabbed interfaces suddenly becomes a piece-of-cake when using the Tabs function in the jQuery UI library. It can be utilized to create completely unique interfaces without having to be a coding God - using only one line of code!
JavaScript » Document Object Model — about 9 years ago
In this tutorial you learn how to create a JavaScript accordion script using the Document Object Model. An accordion is a useful way to squeeze lots of page content into a small space.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 6 years ago
Let's see how we can create awesome Tabs with the help of jQuery code without using any plugin. All under 10 lines of jQuery code.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 8 years ago
Learn how to use jQuery, and the jQuery UI Draggable and Droppable plugins, to create drag-and-drop interfaces in your web pages. Includes a full drag-and-drop card game example.
JavaScript » Windows and Frames — over 7 years ago
There is a new API in town – Full Screen. With it you can make any element take the entire screen. Perfect for videos and canvas-based games, reports and print preview dialogs. Learn how to use it in this tutorial.
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