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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — about 11 years ago
Visualizing Data with Flot
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 years ago
Updating DIV's are easy to do with JQuery's AJAX library and some small PHP scripts. This is ideal for those who don't need huge PHP scripts, for people who need small scripts to interface with their users or keep counts on things. We are going to make a counter than can be updated by users. Any user that sees the page will be able to see the value increment and increment the value.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 8 years ago
This is a short tutorial using AJAX. I know that this may be a little old, or that maybe somebody has posted this before, but I wanted to show how easy it is “ajaxify” an entire website with just few lines of code.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 11 years ago
In this tutorial we are making an AJAX-enabled Sticky Note system. It will give visitors the ability to create notes with a live preview, and move them around on the screen.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Fun With Canvas - Create a jQuery Graph Plugin
JavaScript » Ajax — over 9 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
Building a jQuery Powered Tag Cloud
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 11 years ago
Javascrip and the DOM Series: Lesson 1
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to create an AJAX-driven shopping cart. All the products are going to be stored in a MySQL database, with PHP processing the data and jQuery handling the front end.
JavaScript » Forms — almost 8 years ago
The reason it will convert the select box to a div and list is because now it is easy to style these how ever you want. With normal select boxes you can style the top selected option but you can't easily style the dropdown options or the select style. When these are list items you can apply a CSS class to the selected item and change the style
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