Start your Job of JavaScript As A Professional [Tutorial]

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Start your Job of JavaScript As A Professional [Tutorial]

Today for websites and blogs need some modern web page development and best option is JavaScript to get interactive and imaginative outcomes and I know some of beginners still getting help from internet to create user friendly web interface and Javascript have most influence in best web development due to javascript frameworks such as jQuery, prototype, mootools and dojo and these of all free to use with various plugins. We just arrange some hand-picked JavaScript Tutorials for enhance your development skills, this is necessary for all web developers to get more control on this useful language and their libraries, It is helping to make easy for your visitors to become around fast on the most definitive elements of web design and quality development purely.

We prefer JavaScript as object-oriented scripting language used to permit programmatic permissions to objects inside together the client application and other applications. It is mainly used in the form of client-side JavaScript, executed as an integrated module of the web browser, letting the development of improved user interfaces and dynamic websites. Hopefully you will learn more advanced javascript techniques and tricks for your proficient web development.

Wrangle Async Tasks With JQuery Promises

Promises are an exciting jQuery feature that make it a breeze to manage async events. They allow you to write clearer, shorter callbacks and keep high-level application logic separate from low-level behaviors.

Wrangle Async Tasks With JQuery Promises

JavaScript : Reading Cookies

When a browser opens a web page, the browser reads the cookies (provided it has already stored it) that has stored in your machine. We used document.cookie to retrieve the information about the cookie.

JavaScript : Reading Cookies

Using JavaScript’s Prototype with MVC

In this article, we will review the process of using JavaScript, from an MVC-based perspective, to manipulate the DOM. More specifically, we’ll engineer our JavaScript objects, their properties and methods, and their instantiations parallel to the intended behavior of our Views (what the user sees).

Using JavaScript’s Prototype with MVC

Javascript – An easy introduction

Javascript is used to add interactivity and functionality to a site. It has many uses, from detecting the viewers web browser to validating form input. It is compatible with all major web browsers, and is relatively easy to learn. This makes it one of(if not) the most popular scripting language on the internet. In other words, if you are are web developer(or aim to be) it is in your best interest to start learning Javascript now!

Javascript – An easy introduction

jQuery Timeline Animation

With the shaky future of Adobe’s Flash technology over the past few years, mainly due to its lack of usability on one of the most popular mobile platforms, more than a few companies are looking to port their rich media to JavaScript frameworks that can support the same level or interactivity.

jQuery Timeline Animation

How to Display Random Content with JavaScript

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to create a simple script in JavaScript that will randomly change your desired news or content when you will load the page.

How to Display Random Content with JavaScript

How to create HTML Photo Gallery for All Browsers

In this tutorial we will learn how to create a simple HTML Photo Gallery using CSS and Javascript, valid and compatible with all browser including Internet Explorer 6,7 and 8.

How to create HTML Photo Gallery for All Browsers

How To Create Depth And Nice 3D Ribbons Only Using CSS3

In one of our tutorials we learned how to realize a nice 3D ribbon and how to play with the drop shadow in Photoshop to simulate depth in a web design layout. This is a widespread trends in recent web design: creating a 3D perception in a website and simulating a “world” in three dimensions are two great ways for the designers to play with their skills.

How To Create Depth And Nice 3D Ribbons Only Using CSS3

CSS Navigation: No JavaScript, jQuery or Image Required, Free CSS Navigation / Pagination with Tooltip

CSS-based navigation  pagination bar without JavaScript. There is a tooltip on hover for the ‘previous’ and ‘next’ page’s bullets that makes navigation easier.

CSS Navigation: No JavaScript, jQuery or Image Required, Free CSS Navigation / Pagination with Tooltip

How to Open and Center Window with Javascript

In this tutorial we will learn how to create a function in JavaScript that will open a new window and how we will center the window through some mathematics equations.

How to Open and Center Window with Javascript

jDigiClock – Digital Clock (HTC Hero inspired)

jDigiClock is a jQuery plugin inspired from HTC Hero Clock Widget.

jDigiClock – Digital Clock (HTC Hero inspired)

Build your Own JavaScript Library: Premium Series

Over the course of the past few years, the JavaScript community has exploded exponentially. It it’s safe to assume that libraries are the primary reason we’ve seen such astonishing growth. Thanks to these libraries, the differences between the popular browsers are minimized, making cross-browser development much easier than it used to be. We’ll build our own in this series!

Build your Own JavaScript Library: Premium Series

From jQuery to JavaScript: A Reference

In this article, we’ll take a variety of common jQuery tasks, and convert them to both modern and legacy JavaScript.

From jQuery to JavaScript: A Reference

Test-Driven JavaScript Development in Practice

TDD is an iterative development process where each iteration starts by writing a test which forms a part of the specification we are implementing. The short iterations allow for more instant feedback on the code we are writing, and bad design decisions are easier to catch. By writing the tests prior to any production code, good unit test coverage comes with the territory, but that is merely a welcome side-effect.

Test-Driven JavaScript Development in Practice

Create a Scalable Widget Using YUI3: Part 4

the last part in the YUI3 widget tutorial; although we’ve actually finished building the widget, we’re going to look at how easy it is to add extra functionality to a widget without having to re-write it.

Create a Scalable Widget Using YUI3: Part 4

Fallback on Local jQuery If CDN Fails

Many big websites are now offering CDN services for things like jQuery. Google offers a few of the biggest Javascript libraries from their own CDN network. Microsoft also allows you to use a CDN to implement jQuery in your website.

Fallback on Local jQuery If CDN Fails

iPhoto-like image resizing using Javascript

Upon seeing the Fluxiom intro video, I was compelled to figure out how they pulled off iPhoto-like image scaling in a browser. Leveraging the work of others, it’s actually very simple.

iPhoto-like image resizing using Javascript

Getting Started with Google+ API

After doing my latest jQuery plugin for Google+, I would like to share a few tips to help you get started quickly with Google+ API.

Getting Started with Google+ API

Rebuilding The Google Blog Bar; jQuery-ed Version

I have shown before how to use Google Blog Bar as related posts widget, But when I actually tried to use it on my site, I didn’t like all these JavaScript/CSS files that I’ve to include.

Rebuilding The Google Blog Bar; jQuery-ed Version

Dig into Dojo: Dijit

Maybe you saw that tweet: “jQuery is a gateway drug. It leads to full-on JavaScript usage.” Part of that addiction, I contend, is learning other JavaScript frameworks. And that’s what this four-part series on the incredible Dojo Toolkit is all about: taking you to the next level of your JavaScript addiction. In this episode, we’ll take a tour of Dijit, Dojo’s UI library.

Dig into Dojo: Dijit

Create a Windows-like Interface with jQuery UI

In this tutorial, we’ll create a Windows-like interface quickly and easily, by getting down and dirty with jQuery UI, a user interface library built on top of jQuery.

Create a Windows-like Interface with jQuery UI

Quick Tip: Create a Makeshift JavaScript Templating Solution

Sometimes, you don’t require a high-quality templating solution, but still need to keep from mixing lots of nasty HTML into your JavaScript. In these cases, a simple, makeshift templating system can go a long way.

Quick Tip: Create a Makeshift JavaScript Templating Solution

Drag & Drop Sortable Lists with JavaScript and CSS

In Web applications I’ve seen numerous — and personally implemented a few — ways to rearrange items in a list. All of those were indirect interactions typically involving something like up/down arrows next to each item. The most heinous require server roundtrips for each modification…boo.

Drag & Drop Sortable Lists with JavaScript and CSS

jQuery & Ajax Fun: Implementing a Paging Listbox

This is a complete implementation of a paging listbox using jQuery on client side and ASP.Net on server side. and should look like this..

jQuery & Ajax Fun: Implementing a Paging Listbox

Create a Bar Graph with HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript

This tutorial will show how to create a simple bar graph on an HTML5 Canvas using JavaScript. The code is available at the end of the article for download.

Create a Bar Graph with HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript

Create a Twitter Feed with Attached Images from Media Entities

Twitter has added a new feature a while ago that I believe a lot of twitter users have been waiting for – Image Attachment. Also, not too long ago, I wrote a tutorial called Create a Dead Simple Twitter Feed with jQuery, one of the readers (Jamie Graham) asked about twitter media entities, well honestly, when I was building the script for the tutorial,

Create a Twitter Feed with Attached Images from Media Entities

Creating Advance Level Login system with Logic captcha

in this version I will implement an interesting logic captcha (where we will need to choose the correct answer in order to prove that we are human, not machine).

Creating Advance Level Login system with Logic captcha

Form Validation with Javascript and PHP

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create an attractive, pleasant to look form for your website and then I will explain you how to dynamically validate them using Javascript. We’ll also cover server-side validation with PHP to make everything 100% safe.

Form Validation with Javascript and PHP

Creating a Photo Scrambler grid in javascript

Today we continue JavaScript examples, and today we will create effect of splitting image to pieces (transforming image into grid), plus – our pieces will moving when we will move our mouse pointer. This will pretty interesting demonstration. As we using pure javascript, our result will quite crossbrowser. I already checked it in most major browsers.

Creating a Photo Scrambler grid in javascript

How to Create Cross Browser Compatible Flare Lens Effect using Javascript

Today’s lesson pretty entertaining, we’ll learn how to make a flare lens effect. I hope you know what it is, but if not – just look our online demo. To achieve this effect, we need several images – lenses. These lenses will in 3 different colors (for a more nice result.) One of the lenses will simulate the brightest object of our composition (star).

How to Create Cross Browser Compatible Flare Lens Effect using Javascript

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