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21 Free Video Players For Your Website and Blogs. For one reason or another, a lot of designers use Video Players on their website.

21 Free Video Players For Your Website and Blogs

An online video player needs no more introductions for web developers or simple users. Online Video players offer you flexibility and creativity in building your own tv on your Web spaces the way you want. You can add an unlimited number of videos and arrange them how you wish by the album title, artist’s name or year; it’s totally up to you! Everything from a simple video system to an HDTV can be totally placed on your Website or Blog. Nowadays, there are over hundred thousands of media related resources available on the web. You may be interested in the following related articles as well. Feel free to join us and you are always welcome to share your thoughts that our readers may find helpful. Don’t forget to and follow us on Twitter — for recent updates. Free Video Players For Your Website 01.

Flowplayer is an Open Source (GPL 3) video player for the Web. Features: Cool and Useful jQuery Image and Content Sliders and Slideshows. May 23 2011 Looking for some cool new (and free) jQuery slider plug-ins and scripts?

Cool and Useful jQuery Image and Content Sliders and Slideshows

Then here is the perfect round-up created just for you. Here, we have collected the best of the freshest jQuery plug-ins for creating amazing image and content sliders. Because all of these plug-ins come with different functionality, this guide should help you figure out which one suits you best. Let’s go! jQuery Image And Content Sliders Cloud Carousel (demo | download) Here is a 3-D carousel, with optional auto-reflection that doesn’t require images to be modified or server code to be added. ShineTime (demo | download) “A new kick-ass jQuery and CSS3 gallery with animated shine effects.” Nivo Slider (demo | download) Nivo Slider is an awesome and lightweight jQuery plug-in for creating attractive image sliders. Content Switcher with jQuery and CSS3 (demo | download) Create Scrollable Interface (demo | download) Beautiful Photo Stack Gallery with jQuery and CSS3 (demo | download) This one’s easy.

Private Eye. Right.

Private Eye

So I now know how the class is supposed to work, plus I have a fairly good idea of what the methods encapsulated within it will look like. This is a good time to start writing some code. You might find it helpful to download the complete class code at this point, so that you can refer to it over the next few pages. Let's begin by setting up the class definition: // // class to perform form validation class FormValidator { // snip } Now, since I plan to build some basic error-handling routines into this class, I need to add a variable to hold this information.

<? Note the underscore (_) prefixed to this variable; I've done this in order to provide a convenient way to visually distinguish between private and public class variables and functions. You'll remember, from my schematic of how the class will be used on the previous page, that each validation method will be passed the name of the form variable to be tested as a string.


Ajax. CSS. Real-Time Commenting System. The Web has become increasingly interactive over the years.

Real-Time Commenting System

This trend is set to continue with the next generation of applications driven by the real-time Web. Adding real-time functionality to an application can result in a more interactive and engaging user experience. However, setting up and maintaining the server-side real-time components can be an unwanted distraction. But don’t worry, there is a solution. Cloud hosted Web services and APIs have come to the rescue of many a developer over the past few years, and real-time functionality is no different. Why Should We Care About The Real-Time Web? In my opinion there are a number of factors that have moved real-time Web technologies to the forefront of Web application development. Social Media Data Social media, and specifically Twitter, has meant that more and more data is becoming instantly available.

Increased User Expectations WebSockets How are Real-Time Technologies being used? Creating Generic Blog Commenting System Comments <? Great! Smashing Magazine.


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