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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
The Ultimate Guide to Decoding the Flickr API
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 9 years ago
Tutorial on how to crteate a jQuery and PHP powered simple CRUD for any MySQL table.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
Creating a Keyboard with CSS and jQuery
JavaScript » Ajax — over 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 9 years ago
An interesting tutorial about how to "Slide and Hide" cool effect applied to the sections of a web page. Source and demo into article.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 10 years ago
Ajax, once stripped of all its fanciness, basically describes just two things- performing "GET" and "POST" requests asynchronously. This tutorial explains Ajax frankly and gently, while also covering the important topics of fetching XML and JSON files using Ajax.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
This article begins a multi-part tutorial series which explains how to implement Ajax "from the ground up". This series is geared towards developers who would like to better understand Ajax in its raw format, using pure JavaScript.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 8 years ago
Learn how to code an ajax signup form with advanced ajax validation and captcha.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
By the end of this article, you will hopefully understand how to add data, submitted via a form, into a MySQL database without reloading the entire page (the asynchronous part) and show a message saying so.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 10 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
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