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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Ajax — over 6 years ago
Although Google+ was launched more than a month ago, many applications and services have been already built on it. Which is really amazing considering the fact that, Google+ still don't have a public API.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 7 years ago
This is a simple jQuery tutorial to display Twitter trending stories of your website and their Twitter trackbacks by combining 2 of my jQuery plugins - Popular on Twitter Widget & Twitter Trackbacks Widget.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 9 years ago
An Intensive Exploration of jQuery
JavaScript » Ajax — over 4 years ago
You must be thinking what’s new in this and I would say nothing much. This is yet another flash uploader created by me using few open source jquery plugins and plupload flash uploader. Check out the great set of features this uploader offers.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 7 years ago
In this tutorial, we are going to create our own version of Facebook’s wall using Facebook’s Graph API with jQuery, and the template plugin.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 6 years ago
Make a dynamic animated progressbar. jQuery widget: Progressbar. By default, this is static widget without any animation. Today we will expand possibilities of that plugin.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 9 years ago
Everything You Need to Know about jQuery 1.3
JavaScript » Ajax — over 7 years ago
In this tutorial, we are using jQuery UI’s autocomplete widget, to build a simple AJAX movie search form. The script is going to use TheMovieDatabase.org’s free API, to provide auto suggestions against a vast database of movie titles.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 9 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
JavaScript » Ajax — about 9 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.
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