Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
A simple example on how to sort a HTML table with the jQuery table sorter plugin. Also describes how to automatically scroll the browser with the jQuery scroll to plugin.
Part 1 of a series of tutorials, that'll teach different animation effects in JS. This one contains Fade and Appear which are the basic animation effects, and the starting point of some other effects too.
This tutorial describes how to use the jQuery sortable UI to create an interface that, when saved, will control the sorting of the items in a MySQL table. The sorting is saved with Ajax.
A step-by-step instructional tutorial explaining how to make an object, that will make Pixel Pie Graphs/Charts on your webpage in seconds, using JSON.
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.
This is a demonstration of the way I code my PHP and AJAX applications. It's good practise and may come in handy for you to learn too! The example in this article also demonstrates how to validate an email address using PHP and AJAX.
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