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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
This is a jQuery widget for the brand new social network -Google Buzz- that you can embed anywhere to integrate your buzz stream into your page.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 10 years ago
In this tutorial, we're going to look at how we can easily create an attractive and space-saving content viewer which even works with JavaScript disabled. We'll build a solid core of semantic HTML, styled with some basic CSS and we'll then use jQuery to add further enhancements in the form of transition animations.
JavaScript » Basics — over 11 years ago
How to create a simple image viewer using javascript and PHP
JavaScript » Ajax — over 12 years ago
This tutorial shows how you can implement an advanced window which can be modal, dragable, resizable, closable with the hijax framework Gaia Ajax Widgets. Gaia is an open source framework for ASP.NET 2.0.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 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 » Forms — over 9 years ago
jQuery makes it easy to spice up our search bars and form input fields with simple touches that really enhances the user’s experience. Let’s look at how jQuery can be used to show/hide a default value inside a field and provide visual user feedback when the field is selected.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — over 11 years ago
Animation and visual feedback are great ways to assist a user in navigating and interacting with a website. While traditionally Adobe’s Flash was the goto for anything animated, these days with the magic of javascript we can avoid Flash altogether. Today we’re going to build a really cool animated navigation menu using just CSS and jQuery.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 11 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
What better way to demonstrate a little of every language one might use to create internet applications than with the "CMS instant edit". The instant edit might seem simple at first but you will soon learn that it is actually a delicate build of DOM JavaScript, Ajax, PHP and MySQL.
JavaScript » Basics — over 9 years ago
So you’ve been playing with jQuery for a while now, you’re starting to get the hang of it, and you’re really liking it! Are you ready to take your jQuery knowledge to level two? Today, I’ll demonstrate twenty functions and features you probably haven’t seen before!
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