Posts Tagged ‘events’

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Learning jQuery Mobile – dialogs, panels, list. Summary.

Today we focus on further learning jQuery Mobile. We will discuss elements such as dialogs and lists. Learning jQuery Mobile – next steps We start with an important UI element – dialogs. Basically, as in other cases, we rely on the definition of attributes for items. For example: To see the jQuery Mobile dialogs in […]

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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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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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Introduction to Ext JS

Today’s course is little bit different. This is a one-piece mini-course of Ext JS library. It aims to introduce this powerful JavaScript framework. The Ext JS It’s a framework for JavaScript language, which supports building interactive web applications, user interfaces and more, using techniques such as DOM or AJAX. Ext JS has among others many […]

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jQuery – DOM, events and effects. Part 2.

Here we go with the second part of jQuery basics, in which we describe the visual effects, DOM operations and events handling using this library. Getting deeper in jQuery Let’s start with the basics of visual effects. There are main methods for elements visibility: show() – causes dynamic showing of hidden element. As arguments can […]

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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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MooTools in a nutshell. Part 1.

MooTools is another library, worthy of attention. It can also expand our view on the JavaScript language itself. “My Object-Oriented Tools” – MooTools It is modular (in construction) JavaScript library. The foundation is called Core. Other libraries are optional. MooTools consists of a plurality of modules. Such design allows users to retrieve only the parts […]

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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 – […]

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Prototype JS in a nutshell. Part 3 – summary.

It’s time for the last, 3rd part of basic Prototype JS course, where we focus on the use of forms, associative arrays, strings and others, but this time on the rules of Prototype JS. Further delving into the Prototype JS framework Let’s start with the forms. Form Prototype JS encapsulates and / or extends to […]

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Prototype JS in a nutshell. Part 2.

Welcome to the second part of the Prototype JS course. Today we will focus on the elements of the document and performing operations on them. Prototype JS – further steps In this part of the course we will work with the DOM, but using Prototype JS approach. So let’s move ahead to discuss further elements […]