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The Two Pillars of JavaScript — JavaScript Scene. Before we get into this, allow me to introduce myself — you’re probably going to wonder who I think I am before this is over. I’m Eric Elliott, author of “Programming JavaScript Applications” (O’Reilly), host of the feature-length documentary film-in-production, “Programming Literacy”, and creator of the “Learn JavaScript with Eric Elliott” series of online JavaScript courses.

I have contributed to software experiences for Adobe Systems, Zumba Fitness, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, BBC, and top recording artists including Usher, Frank Ocean, Metallica, and many more. Once Upon a Time I was trapped in the darkness. I was blind — shuffling about, bumping into things, breaking things, and generally making an unholy mess of everything I touched. In the 90's, I was programming in C++, Delphi, and Java and writing 3D plugins for the software suite that eventually became Maya (used by lots of major motion picture studios to make summer blockbuster movies). Then it happened: The internet took off. JavaScript. Textillate.js. Textillate.js A simple plugin for CSS3 text animations.

Download on Github About Textillate.js combines some awesome libraries to provide a ease-to-use plugin for applying CSS3 animations to any text. Usage Simply include textillate.js and it's dependencies in your project to start creating unqiue effects. Credits Textillate.js is built on top of the simple, yet amazingly powerful animate.css and lettering.js libraries. Playground Grumpy wizards make toxic brew for the evil Queen and Jack. Dependencies Textillate.js depends on the following libraries: jQuery animate.css, by Daniel Eden lettering.js, by Dave Rupert. JQuery Plugins. jOrgChart - A jQuery OrgChart Plugin. 41 Remarkable and useful jQuery Plugins. jQuery is one of the most popular Javascript framework out there. It is very easy to use and full of cool features. It can be hard for us to know how to use the code and create amazing stuff using jQuery.

So, developers decided to release and create plugins to help us fulfill this task by making it easier for us. I have collected a list of 41 very remarkable jQuery plugins, that will help you use jQuery in a robust way. Here’s that awesome list of the best jQuery plugins that will help you add beautiful effects and functionality in your next project. Nivo Slider Nivo Slider is a subtle jquery plugin for making very beautiful image sliders. jQuery Quicksand jQuery plugin for reordering and filtering items with a nice shuffling animation. Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 at 21:55 and is filed under Resources.

I am just a web design fanatic. About the author Published by Swat Chap Trackbacks. Code School - Try jQuery. Sausage.js. jQuery ScrollPagination. jQuery ScrollPagination. jQuery Marquee Demo. jQuery News Ticker. jQuery.payment. A rising tide lifts all boats, and we’d like to help improve payment experiences for consumers everywhere, whether or not they use Stripe. Today, we’re releasing jQuery.payment, a general purpose library for building credit card forms, validating input, and formatting numbers. This library is behind a lot of the functionality in Checkout.

Some sites require a bit more flexibility than our Checkout provides. This is where jQuery.payment shines. You can have some of the same formatting and validation as in the Checkout along with as much flexibility as you need. Features For example, you can ensure that a text input is formatted as a credit card number, with digits in groups of four and limited to 16 characters. $('').payment('formatCardNumber'); Or you can ensure input is formatted as a MM/YYYY card expiry: $('').payment('formatCardExpiry'); The library includes a bunch of utility and validation methods, for example: Robust and tested.

Rise of the Single Page Application. Code Handling: Hover-Zoom Extended - dynamic/background image zoom on mouse hover with run time toggle. Experimenting with jQuery Draggables and ASP.NET. One of the keystones of modern AJAX-enabled web sites is Drag and Drop. This article looks at the current state of Draggables that form part of the jQuery UI Library. Back in the day, I needed to create a web-based Flatplan application. For those that don't know, a Flatplan is used in magazine publishing and it consists of a grid representing the pages of a magazine.

Someone in the production department used to write on this using a pencil (a hollow tube of wood filled with a stick of graphite that left marks on paper) to indicate where specific advertisements of various sizes and editorial items (articles and news stories) would appear in the final printed item. An eraser was used as items were constantly moved about from page to page to accommodate the demands of advertisers booking space right up to the final minute. To make use of Draggables, you need to download the UI library and then use the ui.core and ui.draggable files along with jquery: <p>Move This Div</p> $(function() { Collapsible Drag & Drop Panels Using jQuery. Drag n Drop panels are great to let the user control how he/she wants to see the information as he can arrange various information blocks according to his preference. This type of functionality is often provided by web portals or personal homepage services like iGoogle. Similarly, WordPress dashboard also lets user control how the various boxes are displayed.

Today, i am going to show you how to create collapsible, drag and drop panels easily using jQuery and jQuery UI libraries. Here’s what the final result will look like. Let’s begin with it. Include The Libraries We’ll be using the all powerful jQuery library and the jQuery UI libraries, so grab the latest version of both and add it to your page header. The HTML Structure We’ll be using two vertical columns defined by div with class="column" in this example that will hold our panels. Here’s the complete HTML structure for our example, i will be using 5 panels within two columns. The CSS Styles The JavaScript Code Saving State. Saving State For Collapsible Drag Drop Panels.

I earlier posted about Collapsible Drag and Drop Panels using jQuery where many of you asked about how to save the state of panels and retrieve them when user loads the page again. Here’s the complete solution to that problem using MySQL database to store the state of panels. Also, there were some browser dependent problems which i have tried to remove, let me know if you still encounter any problem implementing. You can download the source code and try it for yourself. Creating the Database The database table widgets consists of 5 columns: id stores the id of panel.column_id is the column number to which panel belongs.sort_no is the order of panel within column.collapsed stores information about whether the panel is collapsed or not.title is the title of the widget.

You can of course add more columns to this database but first four are critical to working of the script. Displaying Panels Using Database Remember to update the Database configuration detail in config.php file. <? <? Collapsible Drag & Drop Panels like Wordpress Dashboard using Jquery and ASP.NET « RedSouljaz Blog. I found a great article that teach us how to create drag and drop panel like dashboard in wordpress panel. In this sites: shows us how to create the drag and drop panel and save the state in PHP and mysql. In this article, I will show the code in ASP.NET using SQL Server 2005.

First, download jquery at Second, create a testing table name it: widgets - id stores the id of panel. - column_id is the column number to which panel belongs. - sort_no is the order of panel within column. - collapsed stores information about whether the panel is collapsed or not. - title is the title of the widget. Insert data to widgets as screenshot below: In ASP.NET Project, create xsd file to retrieve and insert data to widgets table and name it as ds_widget.xsd : In widgetsDetailTableAdapter, use below query: SELECT * FROM widgets WHERE column_id=@column_id ORDER BY sort_no Create new webpage, add these code. How to get started with jQuery. jQuery Introduction. 10 things you didn't know JavaScript could do.

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