11 More Things I Learned From the jQuery Source

11 More Things I Learned From the jQuery Source

Not long ago, Paul Irish, who works on jQuery and Google Chrome, recorded an excellent screencast which details ten things he learned from the jQuery source. Well today, he’s back with eleven more helpful notes, tips, and tricks. It’s a must watch. Read Article »

10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source

10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source

It’s jQuery on the big screen. We’ll open the jQuery source and run through how the jQuery object works, covering self-executing anonymous functions as a global abatement technique Read Article »

10 Principles for Keeping Your Programming Code Clean

10 Principles for Keeping Your Programming Code Clean

A common issue in almost every profession that can drive people completely insane is having to continue from what somebody else started. Read Article »

10 Must See New Useful jQuery Plugins

10 Must See New Useful jQuery Plugins

Everyday some new jQuery plugin surfaces on the web but not all of them has the “cool” factor. Here are some plugins that does. Read Article »

35 jQuery Tutorials You Must Know

 35 jQuery Tutorials You Must Know

Jquery is one of the most used open source javascript library out there, just because of easy to use and easy to code. Our fellow web developer created some great jQuery tutorials and today we just want list some of the tutorials which really stand out from the tradition javascript effect tutorials Read Article »

40 Excellent Resources for JavaScript Coders

40 Excellent Resources for JavaScript Coders

Are you an advanced JavaScript coder looking for more sites to sharpen your coding prowess? Maybe you’re a web designer wanting to double as a developer (or at least know enough to add a bit of rich content into your designs). Read Article »