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JavaScript and jQuery mini tips II

OK, it’s time for the next JS and jQuery mini tips. Today something about Fancybox plugin, check-boxes and parsing URLs in raw text. JavaScript and jQuery tips To the point. 1. Conditional form submit using JavaScript / jQuery It’s about sending the form only if the user checked a check-box (e.g. accept the Terms of […]

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JavaScript and jQuery mini tips

The next article about JS and jQ tips, but in fresh, concise form. Quick JS and jQuery mini tips 1. Clickable background image on the website It’s about the case, when we want to make a clickable background of the website, for example, as advert pointing the user to some url after click on website […]

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Node.js introduction

JavaScript’s popularity is obvious. And solutions such as node.js have a big influence on this. For a longer time, we can see and hear a lot about this technology. We also use node from some time, and… we can do really cool things, so for sure it’s something worthy of attention. And finally I have […]

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Backbone.js tutorial for beginners – part 2/2

Today, the second part of exploring the Backbone.js secrets. Backbone.js tutorial After talking about the basics and key aspects, such as models and collections, we will focus on next – Router, View and Events. Routing – Backbone.Router For what would be our application without the possibility of interaction? Backbone.Router provides routing methods for client-side pages, […]

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Backbone.js tutorial for beginners – part 1/2

Backbone.js is popular JavaScript library, used heavy to create single-page web applications. The library was constructed using RESTful JSON interface and model–view–presenter (MVP) pattern. The creator of Backbone.js is Jeremy Ashkenas – author of underscore.js and CoffeeScript. Backbone.js tutorial for beginners Backbone.js needs only one dependency to work: Underscore.js (>= 1.5.0). Example – working with […]

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Functional programming in JavaScript and the underscore.js library

Functional programming is a programming methodology being a variation of declarative programming, in which functions belongs to the fundamental values, and the emphasis is on valuation of (often recursive) functions. It’s used also by the underscore.js library, which supports functional programming in JavaScript. Functional programming in JavaScript and underscore.js This JavaScript library offers a variety […]

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QR codes in JavaScript!

The QR Code (Quick Response) is alphanumeric, two-dimensional, square graphic code, invented by the Japanese company Denso Wave in 1994. With these codes we meet more frequently. Today’s article is about how to work with QR codes in JavaScript. It’s quite simple with the right tools. QR codes in JavaScript There are many solutions for […]

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Interesting JavaScript libraries

In today’s article we have compiled some interesting JavaScript libraries, which we used in some projects. A lot of them can make our projects more attractive, other are typically tools supporting work with the code. Interesting JavaScript libraries Tinycon Favicon management from JavaScript! With this library we can manipulate an icon in the title bar […]

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JavaScript and HTML5 tutorials – creating tools and nice effects

From time to time we search interesting stuff on various websites. Today we present a small collection of things, that we were interested in. The tutorials also covers other topics like PHP, MySQL, etc. JavaScript and HTML5 tutorials – creating tools and nice effects 1. Sliding single-level menu Menu is one of the important components […]

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WYSIWYG editors in JavaScript, jQuery and HTML5

Hello! Today we present a small set of WYSIWYG editors. They are based on Javascript, of course, but also on newer possibilities offered by HTML5. WYSIWYG editors Sometimes we need to add such editor to our projects (e.g. for admin panel of CMS, product descriptions in e-commerce software, etc). There are many ready-to-use, very good […]