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JavaScript » Forms — almost 8 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.
Photoshop » Drawing — almost 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Creating fantasy maps is difficult without the right tools and know how. The internet has a lot of fantasy map programs that either look tacky, too difficult to use and frustrating to save into compatible formats. This tutorial is going to stick to Photoshop as it is highly accessible and easy to use.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 8 years ago
This tutorial shows you how to create a jQuery plugin to 'ajaxify' any html form.
JavaScript » Forms — almost 8 years ago
A dependent select is when a form select box's options depend on the values of a previous form select box. Two examples of this would be a USA State selector, which then filled the next box with cities from that state. Another example would be a car make selector (ie. Ford) which then displayed models (ie. Taurus, Bronco, F-150). In this tutorial we're going to create a dependent selects plug-in using jQuery.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — almost 8 years ago
If you use jQuery, you've heard of its plug-ins - easily reusable bits of code that you can call on selectors like any other jQuery method. What you may not realize is how easy it is to write your own plug-ins, making code reuse in your projects easier then ever.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 8 years ago
jQuery is a powerful library that makes difficult things easy; sometimes that ease of use comes with a learning curve. Event handling is one of those curves. This tutorial explains the different ways in which you can bind and handle events using the jQuery library
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