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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — about 6 years ago
In this tutorial we will create a simple smooth horizontal content scrolling effect with just a few lines of jQuery without using any plugin.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 10 years ago
Learn how to create a tabbed area with jQuery for Wordpress or any HTML/CSS/PHP website.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 5 years ago
You must be thinking what’s new in this and I would say nothing much. This is yet another flash uploader created by me using few open source jquery plugins and plupload flash uploader. Check out the great set of features this uploader offers.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 10 years ago
This is an incredibly easy way to add a Google Map to your website. * It’s free * It keeps the look of your site * Easy to set up This includes a Video Tutorial and the files to get you set up in minutes
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 10 years ago
Showcasing how jQuery can be used in combination with the most popular templating engine for PHP and a popular PHP framework with a simple example.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 8 years ago
I was interested to see the 1000th tweet from some friends timeline. And when I didn't find an existing method, I thought I could write few jQuery lines to solve this..
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 8 years ago
bit.ly -The intelligent URL shortener- offers realtime statistics about the clicks on shortened links and this button takes advantage of that information. This jQuery button give you a uniform click count button -tall or wide- that people can also use it to retweet your post.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 11 years ago
Tutorial demonstrates how to write form submission in PHP and AJAX using prototype js library. A good beginners tutorial on PHP and AJAX.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 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 8 years ago
QUnit, developed by the jQuery team, is a great framework for unit testing your JavaScript. In this tutorial, I'll introduce what QUnit specifically is, and why you should care about rigorously testing your code.
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