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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Basics — over 7 years ago
A detailled basic javascript tutorial. You'll learn the very basics and some handy tricks.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 7 years ago
Want to learn how to make draggable sortable lists that save itself when you change the order? Here’s how to make a Sortable list in PHP with script.aculo.us from step one to step done (haha good one).
JavaScript » Ajax — over 7 years ago
This tutorial will teach you how to create a AJAX/PHP rating script using xajax.
JavaScript » Forms — almost 7 years ago
A simple way to apply bbcode tags into your forms with JavaScript....
JavaScript » Ajax — about 7 years ago
In this tutorial I’ll show you a simple method to pass any HTML form through AJAX without the need to hard code all form fields into the JavaScript or Server Side Sc
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 7 years ago
This is a simple teaching how to make a simple layout using Ext.js and prototype.js libraries.
JavaScript » Basics — over 5 years ago
This tutorial will show how you can empty textfields values when focused, and readd the default value when it's blurred using onFocus and onBlur.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — almost 7 years ago
This free image gallery based on javascript is a quick & easy solution. Implementing the demo doesn’t requre knowledge of any javascript. In this article, I’ll explain and breakdown the javascript that runs the image gallery using the javascript framework Mootools.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 7 years ago
In this article I will try to summarize the basics of Ajax and PHP communication. At the and you can find a full working Ajax - PHP example.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 7 years ago
Shows you how to design a commenting system where visitors of your website can leave a comment on a news post. The form for submitting a comment should only be visible when a "post comment button" is clicked. The comment form will be displayed without reloading the web page.
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