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JavaScript Tutorials

Whether building a website or application, Javascript frameworks are becoming a more effective & efficient option. Here are the top 5 Javascript Frameworks that web developers should be honing their skills on, to ensure they can create amazing applications in minimal time!
JavaScript » Dynamic HTML — over 4 years ago
Query webcam plugin is a transparent layer to communicate with a camera directly in JavaScript. This plugin provides three different modes to access a webcam through a small API directly with JavaScript – or more precisely jQuery.
JavaScript » Ajax — over 1 year ago
Learn to implement features like data sorting, search, inline editing, and more for your regular boring tables with the help of this small tutorial.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — about 2 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 — about 2 years ago
Quick overview of best practices in using JavaScript looping methods under a jQuery environment, and how to speed these methods up.
JavaScript » Dynamic HTML — over 1 year ago
Learn How to Create A Simple Diaporama easily using the framework jQuery.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 4 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 » Ajax — 11 months ago
How Do You Customize Something Without Touching Its Code? A well structured HTML code (fortunately this is the case with WatuPRO) is easy to be modified by applying Javascript and CSS to it. This Jjavascript and CSS code can reside in completely different file and just be included on the page. In our WordPress example this happens by adding another plugin.
JavaScript » Forms — over 4 years ago
Sometimes, before writing a plug-in your first step should really be to see if someone else has done it for you. The jQuery community has a vast array of plug-ins freely available for use – you can see them at the jQuery plug-ins site. There are also existing UI widgets available from the jQuery-UI project. In this tutorial, we're going to take a jQuery-UI widget and show you how to implement it – the autocomplete widget.
JavaScript » Forms — over 4 years ago
This tutorial shows you, step-by-step, how to create an automatically-updating character counter / limiter for textareas - using jQuery.
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