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CSS » Advanced Concepts — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
The animation of the solar system in pure CSS 3 by Julian Garnier is an amazing piece of work. In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at how it’s done. We’ll analyze the CSS piece by piece and show you what makes the solar system tick, and you’ll learn all about base64 image encoding in CSS, keyframe animations and CSS 3D transformations.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
In these days of mobile friendliness and responsive design, our websites have to actively change the way they present themselves depending on the width of the visitor’s browser. While a website can offer a widescreen view on a desktop screen, it will have to be vertically oriented on a mobile phone screen. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how you can use jQuery to load a different style sheet with CSS rules that apply to the current browser width.
PHP » Basics — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
PSR is the PHP Standard Recommendation. You may have heard of it. But what is it? Should you care? Googling for it, I couldn’t find many pages that explained, without being overly long, what PSR is and how I can or should use it in my PHP projects. This introduction looks at the first standard, PSR-1, and summarizes what it’s all about.
PHP » Basics — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
When you're designing a smart shape for Microsoft Visio, you'll often want the user to influence the behavior of the shape through actions in the shape's context menu. This tutorial shows how to create an action that shows or hides part of a single shape (no grouping allowed!) using Visio geometry.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
Highcharts is a powerful framework for displaying and manipulating interactive charts in an HTML canvas element using JavaScript. Apart from charts, the framework also offers a mapping implementation, with builtin maps of many countries as well as the possibility to use your own maps. Maps can be produced using any GIS software that allows export to GeoJSON (such as QGISor ArcGIS) which is the format that Highcharts can read.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
The fabric JavaScript library is a nifty piece of code that superpowers the HTML 5 canvas element. It allows you to treat elements of your image as objects, moving them, scaling them, rotating them, and even let users perform these operations. Fabric opens the way to interactive web applications with canvas. Drawing tools come to mind, as well as games. An interesting feature of fabric is that it is able to load SVG files into a canvas.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
The latest Ecma 5 specification adds various interesting methods to the JavaScript Array prototype. Sadly, most browsers do not implement these methods yet, or at least not all of them. Internet Explorer is usually the worst culprit, while the other browsers are still in the process of implementation. So what do you do when you want to use some of these methods on an (older) browser that doesn't support them yet?
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
In this tutorial, the JavaScript Array prototype is extended with methods borrowed from Ruby, which has a very useful Array toolkit.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 4 years ago — awaiting moderation
Avada's counter box components don't allow you to show a thousand separator in your numbers. This tutorial shows how to fix this.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — about 7 years ago
This article shows how you can show a route on your GMap.NET control. It is assumed that you know how to setup a GMap.NET project, and set your map to your desired location.
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