How AJAX Works: 10 Practical Uses For AJAX

How AJAX Works: 10 Practical Uses For AJAX

AJAX has gotten more and more popular over the years, and has allowed web applications to act more and more like desktop applications. AJAX can provide a lot of additional functionality that could not be accomplished any other way.

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10 Useful jQuery Plugins

10 Useful jQuery Plugins

It seems that jQuery plugins are constantly being released, and it’s no surprise since it’s insanely popular, and for good reason. The only problem is being able to sort through them all to find the good ones. Read Article »

40 Exceptional jQuery Interface Techniques and Tutorials

40 Exceptional jQuery Interface Techniques and Tutorials

With the advent of JavaScript/web application libraries and frameworks, it’s become much easier to build interactive components for a site. For the folks that are unfamiliar with jQuery – it’s a popular, high-performance and compact JavaScript library/framework. Read Article »

ASP.NET and AJAX

ASP.NET and AJAX

In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at some of the things you can do with ASP.NET and AJAX in your web applications. It’s more than just wrapping an UpdatePanel around some buttons, textboxes and grids!

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Implement Twitter Scrolling without jQuery

Implement Twitter Scrolling without jQuery

jQuery is an awesome tool, but is there ever a time when you shouldn’t use it? In this tutorial, we’re going to look at how to build some interesting scrolling behavior with jQuery, and then review how our project could potentially be improved by removing as much jQuery, or abstraction, as possible.

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Canvas From Scratch: Introducing Canvas

Canvas From Scratch: Introducing Canvas

This is the first article in a series that will bring you up to speed with HTML5 canvas, the plugin-less drawing functionality built into modern browsers. In this introductory article, I’ll show you how to access the canvas element, draw shapes, change colours, and erase things.. Read Article »