Posts Tagged ‘html5’

HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript. Introduction.

Introduction to HTML5 we start by one of the most important elements, namely HTML5 Canvas. We’ll talk briefly about programming in JavaScript in the context of the Canvas element (and other elements in further articles). HTML5 Canvas HTML5 gives us many new opportunities, including the new Canvas element, which is part of the HTML5 specification. […]

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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JavaScript – for what and why? Motivation to explore the language.

JavaScript? I’m pretty sure we can find full spectrum of people – from passionate enthusiasts to people that hate this language, and despise JS developers. Meanwhile, in good conscience we can say that JavaScript is more powerful than many people think! Let’s try to answer following questions: Is JavaScript so strong and necessary? Isn’t this […]