Posts Tagged ‘javascript’

03 Mar 2010

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Create an Impressive Content Editing System with jQuery and PHP

It’s been a while since we had a good development tutorial, so let’s reawaken the tradition again and have some coding fun today! I’m going to show you how to use jQuery and PHP to build a content editing system that will allow you or your client to easily edit .html pages visually.

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, read on. I hope you’ll enjoy it!

04 Nov 2009

3

Javascript Objects 101

Javascript Objects for Beginners

Javascript has a lot of overlooked potential as an object-oriented language, but it deserves a closer look. Today, we’ll be looking at literals, prototyping to extend existing objects, and last creating our own Javascript class. Get ready for some client-side, object-oriented fun!

Even though Javascript is object-oriented, a lot of people don’t take full advantage of the powerful solutions objects can give you. And it’s easy to see why – it can be daunting at first to hear all these terms like prototyping and closures and literals. In fact, though, with a good explanation it’s not that hard, and since objects are the very building blocks of JS, it’s important for any web coder to have a grasp of how they work. Let’s start in the best place – the beginning!

13 Oct 2009

3

User-Centric Javascript – How to Use it, How it Can Help You

Kayla gave us a great primer on user-centric design in her article, “The Art of User-Centric Web Design.” Design, however, isn’t the only thing that should centered around the user. The entire web experience should be user-centric, so let’s take a look at how you can use Javascript to support your user-centric goals.

01 Sep 2009

10

Create a Graceful jQuery Tabbed Widget in 5 Easy Steps

Tabbed widget boxes have become a popular way to display useful information while conserving valuable screen real estate. Here you’ll learn how to use jQuery and some CSS to create an attractive tabbed widget that gracefully degrades into separate boxes. Come check it out!

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