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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 8 years ago
The plugin we are developing today is going to use the HTML5 canvas element and generate an opening / closing shutter animation that can be used to spice up your portfolio.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 6 years ago
How to optimize window re-size and mouse move events to perform one's logic at the end of a series of pixel iteration, instead of every single pixel iteration.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 10 years ago
Learn about Googles new O3D plugin, and get started with a simple O3D application.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 8 years ago
Quovolver is a simple extension for jQuery that takes a group of quotes and displays them on your page in an elegant way.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 5 years ago
This is an example Single Page Application (SPA) comparing and contrasting Backbone.js and AndularJS. The API is written using Slim for PHP.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 7 years ago
With the shaky future of Adobe's Flash technology over the past few years, mainly due to its lack of usability on one of the most popular mobile platforms, more than a few companies are looking to port their rich media to JavaScript frameworks that can support the same level or interactivity. In steps jQuery which is more than capable of handling timeline animation, you just have to visualize it without the typical timeline editors that you may have gotten used to in Flash.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 6 years ago
Increase your site performance by loading external Javascript files (social buttons, analytics ...) after Page load
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 7 years ago
Use these jQuery tricks to help draw your visitors eyes towards advertisements or opt-in boxes!
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 6 years ago
Quick overview on setting up events on your DOM, and how to avoid setting up huge amounts of unnecessary events through a neat little trick.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 7 years ago
Images too flat? Needing a bit of a dress up? Why not add some Auto Captions for them using jQuery! This is a simple and easy to customize method.
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