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A simple Halloween game in JavaScript – rapid development with jQuery

I love this atmosphere of Halloween! Having a free moment, I decided to create a simple game to fully feel the atmosphere. Halloween game in JavaScript It’s about the time not complicated requirements. For the project (and writing about on this blog) I had not too much time. Therefore, the aim was to create a […]

Zepto.js

The Zepto.js library

Recently we had to work on the project, which used the Zepto.js in frontend layer. This library intrigued me, so I decided to write a few words about it. Zepto.js Zepto.js is a lightweight JavaScript framework, which is doing very well, especially in the WebKit-based browsers. It has syntax mostly compatible with jQuery. So, for […]

On the border: CSS media queries

Today another article on the border. It’s about CSS media queries, which are very significant, especially in the context of modern web applications. CSS media queries In general, it’s a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution. This functionality is actually the core of Responsive Web Design (RWD). Using […]

Facebook

JavaScript Facebook API – programming Facebook applications

In today’s article I present a small set of issues, which I commonly used when working with the Facebook application development. Programming Facebook applications Of course, applications typically have components based on PHP SDK, but in general most of the functionality was created using a dedicated SDK for JavaScript Facebook API. Programming Facebook Apps is […]

More about HTML5 Canvas. Animations, examples, tools.

Hello! It’s time for further exploration of HTML5 Canvas, by implementing the next examples. Today, slightly more advanced things like animation and other graphical operations. HTML5 Canvas in examples So let’s start. To run examples quickly, we use the same very simple page template, as in the previous article. A simple animation using HTML5 Canvas […]

Learning HTML5 Canvas with JavaScript – step by step

We’ve already published a basic course of HTML5, with a solid foundation for learning (or reminders). With such basics we can dive into more advanced (and interesting) topics. Learning HTML5 Canvas can be disassembled into smaller parts, and to handle them step by step. Learning HTML5 Canvas Learning goes great through the implementation of specific […]

Less CSS

Working with LESS CSS

Welcome to the next article from the border of JavaScript and CSS. Today briefly about the tool Less CSS (or CSS/LESS) – JavaScript library, which could help the programmer with CSS. LESS CSS This library introduces a kind of dynamic style sheet language. LESS extends CSS by things known from dynamic languages​​, such as variables, […]

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Tables in JavaScript – recommended solutions

The last time I worked on the web application, of which a large part was the presentation of processed data in tabular form, with the possibility of sorting, etc. We had to find a good and quick solution for this purpose. Tables in JavaScript – solutions There is a small list of good solutions. 1. […]

jQuery tips and tricks

In today’s article we’ll do a small review of interesting jQuery tips. The framework itself gives the programmer a gigantic possibilities, that still can be extended through tricks and best practices. jQuery tips This time we focus more on practice and examples, rather than theory. Tip 1. Determine the size of our document In details, […]

On the borderline – CSS and JavaScript

Working with JavaScript often is associated with CSS. And thanks to that, we can acquire practice in the use of CSS, even if we don’t deal directly with creating layouts. CSS and JavaScript Good CSS skill broadens our horizons, and helps in developing quick solutions and tricks. CSS For a good start – rotate an […]