Posts in the "Javascript" Category

  • jQuery TOOLS

    jQuery Tools provides some UI addons to the basic jQuery Library. You can create Tabs, Accordions, Tooltips, Overlays and more using this library. The whole library fits in less than 6Kb, so you can replace all the separate libraries you are using for these functionalities by using this library. The library has an easy to […]

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  • PHP functions in Javascript using PHP.JS

    PHP programmers usually have to handle HTML & Javascript front-end coding as well and I’m sure a lot of us have been frustrated with the lack of those easy to use PHP functions in Javascript like those array, encode/decode and string functions. Here’s a Javascript project which provides you just that. PHP.JS is an open […]

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  • Focus – Improving Form usability using jQuery

    Janko Jovanovic’s got an excellent tutorial which shows you how to highlight the current active form area to improve usability of forms. He achieves this using jQuery. He shows how to construct the form, style it and uses jQuery magic to get this functionality working for the form. He mentions that this improves the usability […]

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  • Raphaël JS – Vector Graphics for the Web

    Raphaël is a small JavaScript library  released under the MIT License that helps with creating and playing with vector graphics on the web. Raphaël uses SVG and VML as a base for graphics creation. Because of that every created object is a DOM object so you can attach JavaScript event handlers or modify objects later. […]

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  • Here’s some cool stuff – Google’s Hosting some popular Javascript Ajax libraries like jQuery, prototype and the likes on their servers. You use this service to serve the supported libraries straight off Google. They also provide you with the option to load a particular version of the library so you won’t have to keep checking […]

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  • PersistJS is a simple to use Javascript to store persistent data on the client Browser. This library supports multiple back-ends which are listed later. The following example will show you how easy it is to store and retrieve data using PersistJS. To Store Data: // create a new client-side persistent data store var store = […]

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  • DamnIT – Find Javascript Errors

    How would you like to get an email with the javascript error and debug info about that error as soon as a visitor on your site encounters it? DamnIT provides you just that service: DamnIT is a free service that emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error in your webpages. To get DamnIT […]

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  • ImageFlow – Javascript Image Gallery

    Here’s a cool image gallery script written in Javascript. It’s quite easy to integrate into your site. This is how the author describes ImageFlow: ImageFlow is a picture gallery, which allows an intuitive image handling. The basic idea is to digitally animate the thumbing through a physical image stack. That intuitive handling is automatically caused […]

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  • 240 jQuery plugins

      Here’s a blog which lists out 240 plugins for jQuery. The list of plugins there covers almost everything you’d need to do with Javascript. If you haven’t yet heard of jQuery, head over to jquery.com and check that out. Once you’ve jQueried, you’ll never want to return to regular Javascript ! To check out […]

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  • Instead of eyeball tracking for usability professionals, here’s a way to track the mouse movements and click events of a user on a page. The “movelogger? records the mouse movement a users does on a web site. Just before the user leaves the current page, the recorded data get posted back to the server using […]

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