Tutorials Hi guys and welcome to a new tutorial of yensdesign.com! Some of you ask us about the possibility of create a tutorial about how to validate forms in server side (using PHP). So i wrote a tutorial about it, adding some interesting features with jQuery:
Featured Simple use of Event Delegation Posted on 14th June 2011 — Event delegation may be some techie term that you’d rather shy away from, but if you’ve not already used it, this example will show you a simple but powerful use of event delegation. View Tutorial Tutorials – It’s the age old (well, in webby terms) issue of how to populate one select box based on another’s selection.
On “Rolling Your Own” Large jQuery Apps « AlexSexton.com As a preface, make sure you’ve read my super-smart and talented yayQuery co-host Rebecca Murphey’s blog post on this topic here: On jQuery Large Applications and here: On Rolling Your Own. Rebecca points out some huge holes in the jQuery-verse when it comes to large-application development, and gives her opinion on why she doesn’t think jQuery is ever a good fit for a large application. I disagree, and she’s successfully convinced me to write a post on why I think what I do, so here we are. Also, please, no one point out that I prefer Django over Pylons, which is essentially the same argument :D . The difference, though, is that I think Pylons is awesome, and that people should totally be using it for large applications on the backend, as long as they prefer it!
jQuery Anti-Patterns for Performance
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My harmonious background canvas So I happened upon squaredesign site and was impressed by their trippy background squares that responded to mouse movement (tutorial here). I got jealous and wanted my own interactive background. Plus @miketaylr’s is mad sweet.
We all know that global variable are evil. Namespacing your variables and methods is now considered a good practice and shows your awareness about the trends. Anyway, I thought how can I namespace my variables and methods in jQuery. OOP