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Newest Tutorials

CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
Here is a solution to handle long page title of mobile web with little-known CSS tricks.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 5 years ago
In this lesson, we will discuss on how the HTML5 data-* attributes that jQuery Mobile relies on to support various UI elements, transitions, and page structure.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 5 years ago
Due to multiple platforms, screen sizes, browsers, up until recently it was still very difficult to design and develop a single piece of mobile theme that able to work across all these platforms and deceives. Thanks god that, jQuery mobile has come to solve all these problem for us.
JavaScript » Basics — over 5 years ago
An intensive guide for web designer and developer to work with HTML5 Data Attributes.
CSS » Effects — over 5 years ago
In this lesson, we will talk about how to create an animated web banner using CSS3 Animation & Keyframe.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 5 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Today lesson is to explains how to create an animated SVG Chart that works across browsers using Google Chart API.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 5 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Today lesson is to demonstrate to you on how to create a beautiful slide out navigation with CSS and JQuery. Initially, all the menus of the navigation are almost hidden on screen and the menu will only slide out when the user is hover on them. This tutorial is targeted to absolutely beginners and I’ll try not to lose anyone, though, I promise.
CSS » Basics — over 5 years ago
Usually, web designer will create animation using language like JavaScript, but now, web designer can create smooth, maintainable animation more easily using CSS3 Animation & Keyframe. The syntax of CSS3 Animation & Keyframe is extremely easy to understand, and don’t requires any programming knowledge. In this tutorial, we will cover the syntax of CSS3 Animation & Keyframe; and we will create a simple spinning newspaper using the syntax that we have learned.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 5 years ago
Welcome to the 2nd tutorial of ‘HTML5 Canvas Game Development’! We will continue using the previous coding in this tutorial, and you will learn the technique of building a simple “bubble breaker” for PC users and touch devices users.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 5 years ago
Welcome to the first tutorial of ‘HTML5 Canvas Game Development’! In this tutorial, you will learn the technique of detecting mouse and touch events for building a game for PC users and touch devices users.
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