JavaScript

Client Side Data Binding Using jQuery

jQuery is an open source JavaScript library that enables you to manipulate DOM content in your web pages seamlessly. It was released in 2006 by John Resig. Since that time, it has become widely popular the world over and amongst the web application development community.

Creating the iPhone Unlock Screen in xHTML, CSS and jQuery

The iPhone: Everybody knows what it is, many people “played around” with the gadget and most people love it. I also own one of these amazing smartphones, and the looks of the software is really, really sleek and innovative (Just like we’re used from Apple).

Five Ways to Spice Up Your Site with jQuery

Javascript frameworks aren’t just a path to AJAX without understanding XMLHttpRequest – mature libraries like jQuery are being across the board to improve usability, enhance accessibility and open doors to features you never thought were possible. With its inclusion in the ASP.NET platform, jQuery is now an accepted standard in all web development. In this tutorial, I’ll show you five quick tips for spicing up your site, often without a single change to your existing code.

jGrowl, an OS X Growl-like jQuery message plugin

jGrowl is a plugin for the jQuery that generates unobtrusive notification boxes on a page. It has…

Free and Open Source Charting Libraries

There aren’t too many free options for charting on the web, either client-side or server-side, that provide…

Design and Web Applications Pt. 5

We’ve been looking at what makes a good Web Application design good. We’ll continue that thought with…

Maintaining history in AJAX applications

For client-side web developers, maintaining history – and working with the default “back” and “forward” browser buttons…

Forcing client side cross-domain HTTP requests with JavaScript

When putting together your web application, there are a number of reasons why you might want to…

What is sIFR?

There’s a buzz spreading through the web design community like a virus. It’s called sIFR (Scalable Inman…

Yahoo! SearchMonkey: revisiting PHP, platform-style

When it comes to making your site important, platforms trounce software hands down. Facebook learned this the…