Posts Tagged ‘AJAX’

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HTML5 Canvas, JavaScript and operations on images

Some time ago we got a small job. The subject: small research and creation of simple on-line editor for images, which should be editable from HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript level. Then the user should be able to save / send the final image. Today we present the basic elements and some examples related to this […]

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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 […]

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Adobe AIR tutorial: an application to backup files on the server

Some time ago I decided to write a simple application to backup files quickly, and place them on my server. I created with program using Adobe AIR (and PHP for a small backend). Adobe AIR tutorial – creating a real application We will read here, among others, about Drag&Drop, communication with the server, and handle […]

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We explore Adobe AIR. Windows, menus, XHR.

Previously we talked about Adobe AIR basics, including preparation of development environment. It’s time for the next article, and more practice. We will work with windows and XHR calls (yes, we can enjoy AJAX in AIR apps). Working with windows in Adobe AIR Creating a window looks exactly the same as it is in classic […]

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Adobe AIR tutorial – an introduction and first application

Adobe AIR – quick start In this article I want to provide a quick start with the Adobe AIR technology. It’s the next reason to learn JavaScript and improve our knowledge about this language and related technologies. Adobe AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) it’s a runtime environment for RIA apps, which can be developed in Adobe […]

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Dojo Toolkit in a nutshell. Part 2.

In the part 2 of the Dojo Toolkit basic course, we will do the review on various aspects of working with this JS framework. The Dojo Toolkit library in practice The possibilities of the library already discussed in the first part, although the words are unnecessary when we revise examples. Configuration At the beginning – […]

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Dojo Toolkit in a nutshell. Part 1.

Dojo Toolkit is open-source collection for JavaScript programming language. It provides a rich set of tools for developers. The Dojo Toolkit library The framework includes a number of components. Widgets (and the Dijit widgets system) Dojo widgets are composed of JavaScript, HTML and CSS, and there are, among others: menus and tool-tips, sortable tables, dynamic […]

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jQuery course – AJAX, examples, and a summary

Here we have the 3rd part of jQuery course. Further exploring of jQuery possibilities Today we briefly describe programming Ajax elements, using jQuery. We show also some interesting examples and tips jQuery, and finally mention about jQuery UI. The jQuery gives us a high level of abstraction, with a rich support for Ajax. So the […]

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MooTools library in a nutshell. Part 2 – summary.

Here is the second, summarizing part of the course, the theme of which is the JavaScript MooTools library. The MooTools library Let’s start with the benefits of object-oriented programming (OOP) support, offered by MooTools. “Class” and creating classes Constructor: where: properties (object) – is a collection of class properties. These properties can also be incorporated […]

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Script.aculo.us library in a nutshell. Part 2 – summary.

The 2nd part of the script.aculo.us library course. Today about its strongest point – visual effects. Getting to know more possibilities of script.aculo.us Visual effects Effects have their own options, but everywhere we can use Core Effect properties. The general form: Let’s see how it looks in practice. Example – use effects: Example #2 – […]