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Defining Child Routes · Rangle.io : Angular 2 Training Accessing a Parent's Route Parameters <a [routerLink]="['route-one']">Route One</a><a [routerLink]="['../route-two']">Route Two</a><a [routerLink]="['/route-three']">Route Three</a> Create an interactive map using Javascript and HTML5 Canvas - filkor.org Writings I will show you how to create a custom interactive map using the HTML5 <canvas> element. You can check the result: DEMO here The map size on the demo is 1920x1080 pixels. Creating simple interactive maps is not so hard, you can see examples here, or here. But when you need more customization, like different territory textures, shadows, special font-styles…etc, well then you have to use different tools for this job.

jQuery Cheat Sheet Selectors Basics Hierarchy Basic Filters Content Filters Surfin' Safari - The WebKit Blog When it comes to performance, JavaScript generally gets the headlines. But if you look carefully, web pages are not all JavaScript, the performance of all the other parts also has a dramatic impact on the user experience. Observing only JavaScript gives a single point of view over the complex mosaic that is web performance. Making CSS faster and more scalable is an area of research in the WebKit project. The DOM and CSS do not always scale very well and it is sadly still common to see missed frames during complex animations. A technique we use to speed things up in JavaScript is eliminating slow paths with Just In Time Compilers (JIT).

Canvas tutorial - HTML <canvas> is a HTML element which can be used to draw graphics using scripting (usually JavaScript). This can, for instance, be used to draw graphs, make photo composition or simple (and not so simple) animations. The images on the right show examples of implementations <canvas> which they will be in the future in this tutorial. Tutorial: Tour of Heroes - ts - TUTORIAL Our grand plan for this tutorial is to build an app to help a staffing agency manage its stable of heroes. Even heroes need to find work. Of course we'll only make a little progress in this tutorial. What we do build will have many of the features we expect to find in a full-blown, data-driven application: acquiring and displaying a list of heroes, editing a selected hero's detail, and navigating among different views of heroic data.

Raph Koster's Home Page The Laws of Online World Design These are taken from both experience and from the writings of others. Most are the sort of "Duh" things that many who have done this sort of game design take for granted, but others may be less intuitive. Send Email 1) HTML Form with Inputs <form action="" method="post"><label for="name">Name:</label><input type="text" name="name" id="name" /><label for="Email">Email:</label><input type="text" name="email" id="email" /><label for="Message">Message:</label><br /><textarea name="message" rows="20" cols="20" id="message"></textarea><input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /></form> 2) Process with PHP This could be in a seperate file (e.g. sendemail.php) in which you'd set the action URL of the form to go there. Or, have the form submit to itself (leave action URL blank) and test for one of the values of the form being POSTed and process there.

bugzilla.org For Users For Administrators Advanced Search Capabilities Create a Drawing App with HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript { William Malone } by William Malone This tutorial will take you step by step through the development of a simple web drawing application using HTML5 canvas and its partner JavaScript. The aim of this article is to explore the process of creating a simple app along the way learn: How to draw dynamically on HTML5 canvas The future possiblities of HTML5 canvas The current browser compatibility of HTML5 canvas 12 Books Every JavaScript Developer Should Read – JavaScript Scene – Medium I’m a big fan of JavaScript books. Being a long-time learner of JavaScript, I’ve had the pleasure of reading a great many of the popular JavaScript books on the market. These days I tend to skip the ones targeted to rank newbies, but I still read a lot of books intended for JavaScript developers with a little experience. This is a strange time for JavaScript books. Because we just got a major update to the JavaScript language in ES6, today’s JavaScript syntax and style looks quite different from the ES3-ES5 style JavaScript you’ll see discussed in most books, but because ES6 is really just a superset of ES5, most of the old books have nuggets of learning that still apply.

How to use JavaScript arrays in Twine An array is essentially an ordered list of data values, such as strings or number expressions. You can declare a Twine variable to be an array using just the set macro. *To create an empty array called $inv: <<set $inv = [] >> *To create an array called $inv containing the string "Dagger": <<set $inv = ["Dagger"] >> *To create an array called $inv containing "Dagger", "Shield" and "Potion" in that order: <<set $inv = ["Dagger", "Shield", "Potion"] >> To examine or change the values inside an array, a number of methods are available that can be used in the set, if and print macros. Here are some examples. Examining arrays and their contents

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