Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial we are going to build a XML backed testimonial viewer, which, along with jQuery and XSL transformations, can display the set on your product pages.
Visualizing Data with Flot
In chapter five of this series, we jumped into the muddy world of event listeners. In that episode, we only got our feet wet; however, today, we’ll take things a step further as we implement a far more efficient solution. Along the way, we’ll learn a plethora of new techniques.
This chapter shows a number of examples from simplifying layout in general with 'CSS-less' layout managers, to dynamic loading of content in content panes, and how to create a wizard widget with a StackContainer and a small amount of scripting.
Create a Photo Admin Site Using PHP and jQuery
Creating tabbed interfaces suddenly becomes a piece-of-cake when using the Tabs function in the jQuery UI library. It can be utilized to create completely unique interfaces without having to be a coding God - using only one line of code!
Expand-collapse content with toggle and slideToggle functions.
An example of creating a site aimed for announcing future conferences on front-end development with the help of Webix and a Java-framework Struts 2. As a result you'll get a good-looking website that will represent a list of forthcoming events concerning front-end development. These events will be fully editable.
Explains how to use jQuery's html(), text() and val() methods for reading and changing HTML element contents and values.
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