Fully Understanding the this Keyword | Nettuts+

2012 July 27

Writing Unit Tests For WordPress Plugins | Smashing Coding

2012 July 27

Journey Through The JavaScript MVC Jungle | Smashing Coding

2012 July 27

Testing Your JavaScript with Jasmine | Nettuts+

2012 July 27

Invoking JavaScript Code From an Applet (The Java™ Tutorials > Deployment > Java Applets)

2012 July 27

Sharrre - A plugin for sharing buttons

2012 July 27

JavaScript design patterns – Part 1: Singleton, composite, and façade | Adobe Developer Connection

2012 July 27

Select2 2.0

2012 July 27

CSS3&jQueryでサイトサムネイルをDock風にするチュートリアル:phpspot開発日誌

2012 July 27

JavaScript Guide - MDC

2012 July 27

Meteor

2012 July 27

Javascript Orienté Objet : syntaxe de base des classes JS à l’intention des développeurs PHP | BrainCracking

2012 July 27

Usage avancé des fonctions JavaScript | BrainCracking

2012 July 27

Building a jQuery UI Dashboard | This page intentionally left ugly

2012 July 27

Performing async postback from javascript - Martijn Veken

2012 July 27

Javascript form validation - doing it right

2012 July 27

Henry Brown | UK Freelance Web Designer & Developer

2012 July 27

jQuery Smooth Scrolling Plugin | Page Scroller

2012 July 27

jMapping Documentation

2012 July 27

DailyJS: Backbone.js: Hacker's Guide Part 2

2012 July 27

DailyJS: Backbone.js: Hacker's Guide

2012 July 27

Table Drag and Drop JQuery plugin | Isocra

2012 July 27

This is London now

2012 July 27

Imagefield Crop | drupal.org

2012 July 27

jQuery Transit | Bram.us

2012 July 27

YUIDoc - Javascript Documentation Tool

2012 July 27

iosscripts.com – iosSlider – Touch Enabled jQuery Horizontal Slider/Carousel/Image Gallery Plugin

2012 July 27

From jQuery to JavaScript: A Reference | Nettuts+

2012 July 27

Understanding Design Patterns in JavaScript | Nettuts+

2012 July 27

三村仁司(みむらひとし)|現代の名工

2012 July 27

10 Useful Javascript Libraries for HTML5 | ZoomZum

2012 July 27

20 SVG uses that will make your jaw drop | Feature | .net magazine

2012 July 27

ParaNorman

2012 July 27

SVG Wow!

2012 July 27

clagnut - stick around why don't you

2012 July 27

jQuery Blog » jQuery 1.8 RC1 Released

2012 July 27

Nike Snowboarding

2012 July 27

jQuery Knob demo

2012 July 27

Systems Analyst - .NET/SharePoint

2012 July 27

Senior Mobile/Web Developer

2012 July 27

Lazy Load Enabled With FadeIn Effect

2012 July 27

arobson/anvil.js - GitHub

2012 July 27

Bookmarks

2012 July 27

Liveweave - HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript playground for web developers and designers

2012 July 27

シェアボタンを手軽にカスタマイズ「Sharrre」 - MOONGIFT|オープンソース・ソフトウェア紹介を軸としたITエンジニア、Webデザイナー向けブログ

2012 July 27

Basic multi-column · jQuery Masonry

2012 July 27

Starter Templates - CU3ER

2012 July 27

Supersized 3.2 – Fullscreen Slideshow jQuery Plugin | Build Internet

2012 July 27

Advanced jQuery, for those that dare

2012 July 27

Fullscreen Background Image Slideshow with CSS3 | Codrops

2012 July 27

javascript - Add table row in jQuery - Stack Overflow

2012 July 27

Home - BUILD | September 13 - 16, 2011 | Anaheim Convention Center

2012 July 27

Mike Subelsky's Blog: Building a Native iPhone App with Phonegap, jQuery Mobile, HTML5, and CloudFront

2012 July 27

jQueryサンプル集 - DesignWalker

2012 July 27

リアルタイムに入力チェック - jQuery Inline Form Validation Engine - | バシャログ。

2012 July 27

フォームの見栄え・使い勝手を強化するjQueryプラグインいっぱい | DesignWalker

2012 July 27

CSS3の擬似クラスをIE6-8でも使えるようにする「Selectivizr」:phpspot開発日誌

2012 July 27

jQuery ソースコードを読むための参考資料一覧 - ess sup

2012 July 27

HTML5, CSS3, jQuery1.4, WordPress3の厳選チートシート集 | コリス

2012 July 27

16 Best CSS3 Transitions And Animations Tutorials

2012 July 27

Twitter/facebookいいね/facebook Share/mixiチェック/mixiイイネ/GREEいいね/Evernote/はてブのボタンを超カンタンに作れる jQuery.socialbutton プラグインを作ったよ | アイトランス株式会社

2012 July 27

linq.js Reference

2012 July 27

Codiqa - the jQuery Mobile Prototype Builder

2012 July 27

iphone - Using Phonegap for Native Application development - Stack Overflow

2012 July 27

How to style buttons with jQuery Mobile - O'Reilly Answers

2012 July 27

BinaryJS: Realtime binary streaming for the web using websockets

2012 July 27

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HTML5: Motion controlled space invaders using webrtc, webcam and canvas

2012 July 27

Demo that shows how you can use the webcam together with webrtc to detect motion in front of the camera. In this example this movement is used to control a space invaders game. All in HTML and javascript.

can't we just stop XSS dead in its tracks by modifying the words script, href, src, and http from any incoming input for user registration?

2012 July 27

And just to emphasize, I am talking only for user registration.

I mean, just adding spaces in between each character would be enough to render any malicious input useless. and depending on your userbase, how many people just cant live without inputting registration information that includes the specific character combinations of script, href, src, and http?

Maybe script, but that'd only be an issue with email, where making an actual user change their email would be ridiculous. And for that particular situation, email input would still have to go through validation anyways. can't really perform XSS with an @ and .domain requirement. and I can't think of a single word in the english language that uses the letters "src" in that order.

Am I on to something or is this a terrible idea?

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JqueryUI has failed us

2012 July 27

There hasn't been even a .x release in TWO AND A HALF YEARS

1.8 came out in Jan 2010

Resig resigned a long time ago

There's plugins and stuff, but no native combo or grid. They've been on the "todo" for years.

JQueryUI is a massive, massive failure, and I don't know why you sheeple are holding on to it.

Please, let's just abandon it, and find something else.

http://blog.jqueryui.com/2010/01/jquery-ui-1-8rc1/

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Components: Packaging JS to make it easier to share and use

2012 July 26

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The cost of privacy - The If Works

2012 July 26

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jBPM Designer 2.3.0.Final released!

2012 July 26

jBPM Designer is the Web-Based business process Editor for jBPM 5. Here we are announcing its new release 2.3.0.Final.

"by using AMD, you're simply replacing bindings to global JS identifiers with bindings to global module names, which amounts to the same thing."

2012 July 26

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Google Chrome vs Firefox: Chrome is Catching Up on Features for Web Developers

2012 July 26

Google Chrome browser seems to have practically reached the leadership of the market share of browsers among the generality of the users. However, Firefox still leads in the preference of the majority of Web developers. This article is a follow-up of another written last year entitled "Top 10 Reasons Why Firefox is still Better than Chrome for Web Development". This time it includes a point by point response from Renato Mangini of Google Chrome Developer relations team on the issues raised in the past article to explain which issues were addressed or can be overcome somehow. Read this article to learn more on how Google Chrome is catching up on Firefox, as well find out about other less known cool features of Chrome that can improve your Web user experience.

I just released Sugar v1.3 ... help spread the word!

2012 July 26

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A module Pattern.

2012 July 26

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Starting a Django Project the Right Way

2012 July 26

One of the things I wish I had known when starting my Django project for IllestRhyme was "How do I start a real Django project". As in, one that's actually going to be used and developed more, not the toy project from the (admittedly execellent) Django documentation.

r/javascript, I created an annotation-based client-side validation-framework. What do you think?

2012 July 26

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8 Best JavaScript Plugins for June 2012

2012 July 26

The primary use of JavaScript is to write functions that are embedded in or included from HTML pages and interact with the Document Object Model (DOM) of the page. Because JavaScript code can run locally in a user’s browser (rather than on a remote server), the browser can respond to user actions quickly, making an application more responsive.

Drawing asymmetrical ovals in HTML5 Canvas?

2012 July 26

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CSS 3D Folding Animation

2012 July 26

Google Plus provides loads of inspiration for front-end developers, especially when it comes to the CSS and JavaScript wonders they create. Last year I duplicated their incredible PhotoStack effect with both MooTools and pure CSS; this time I'm going to duplicate their map fold-in effect. This effect uses 3D CSS animations which makes the animation even more sexy, and to make it red host, the animation requires no JavaScript!

Explaining What JavaScript is to Non-programmers

2012 July 26

When I tell non-programmers that what I do professionally involves JavaScript, I most commonly get the reaction: “Isn’t that that thing that you have to install and that makes the browser slow?”. This answer surprises me in two ways

Thoughts on ECMAScript 6 and new syntax

2012 July 26

I am, just like many in the JavaScript world, watching anxiously as ECMAScript undergoes its next evolution in the form of ECMAScript 6. The anxiety is a product of the past, when we were all waiting for ECMAScript 4 to evolve. The ECMAScript 4 initiative seemed more like changing JavaScript into a completely different language that was part Java, part Python, and part Ruby.

Removing duplicates from an array of objects

2012 July 26

If you have an array of objects and want to remove duplicate objects from the array based on a key there are a couple ways to go about it. In this short article I look at the though process of 1 solution and after talking it over with a friend, coming up with a better solution.

w3cjs - w3c HTML validation for node

2012 July 26

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I'm not a JavaScript expert or anything, but Amadeus IT Group, just released their open source JavaScript client-side templating engine. Thought you guys might appreciate it.

2012 July 26

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New to javascript

2012 July 26

OK so I know from looking at the posts here that most of you guys are experts on JavaScript. I recently got the android app called AIDE ( it lets you write JavaScript and then run it on your phone without the need of a computer). I have really gotten into programming and wanted to start with JavaScript using this app (so that I can just experiment and make code wherever). The only problem is I don't even know where to start. I don't know if this is the right subreddit to ask but I need help as a begginer. I have looked at sites and they all just confuse me. My goal is to make a cool game I can say is mine (like RuneScape, but not that complex). Does anyone know a good site to learn from or have any information that would help? I have tried to make something but I just don't know the commands or the formate to type any of it. If you post anything to help, thank you.

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Adobe’s PhoneGap 2.0 makes building cross-platform apps easier | Ars Technica

2012 July 26

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JavaScript Classes with private, protected, and super

2012 July 26

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What do you think about a vendor using Web SQL Database for a mobile app?

2012 July 25

I'm getting a first look at some vendor code for a mobile app and I noticed they're using Web SQL Database. I thought this was odd as I could swear Web SQL DB had been deprecated by the W3C. Sure enough, this looks to be the case, http://www.w3.org/TR/webdatabase/

I also thought Indexed DB was where client-side DBs were going, though I could certainly be wrong, I don't have a ton of knowledge here, just going from what I think I've read in the past.

I believe we only spec'd support for iPhone and Android.

What do you guys think about a vendor using a deprecated API? This seems really bad IMO as obviously the spec is not going to get updated, browser vendors that don't support it aren't going to start supporting it and I imagine will eventually drop support for it.

Again, I don't really have a ton of knowledge about client-side DBs, but this did jump out at me glancing at their code.

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Help needed with confusing scopes in javascript

2012 July 25

I have been programming in languages like C, C++, Java, python etc. and have a natural tendency to assume a few things about the scope of a variable. Recently tried to do some javascript and ended up with very bizzare bugs related to scope (one function called another function which both used i for a counter and the second function was changing the value in the calling function).

Anyway is there a resource that clearly lays out how scopes work in javascript? Also I have just been writing code in notepad++ and running on chrome. Any good debugger I can use?

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Lazy Loading RequireJS Modules When They Are First Requested

2012 July 25

I've been loving RequireJS as a framework that helps me think about my JavaScript applications in a more modular fashion. However, in my research and development, I've always been loading all of my RequireJS modules upfront, at the start of the application. As I've begun to move some RequireJS functionality into production, I've found myself not wanting to eagerly load modules that hardly ever get used. Rather, I'd like to lazy load some modules if, and only if they ever get requested by the user.

Building Web Presentations Using jQuery Mobile

2012 July 25

jQuery mobile framework provides easily themeable, HTML5-based interface with support for pages transitions, therefore it would be very easy to create simple web presentations that will work on all popular smartphone and desktop platforms.

Powerful New CSS- and JavaScript-Techniques (2012 Edition)

2012 July 25

Since our last round-up of useful CSS techniques, we’ve seen a lot of truly remarkable CSS geekery out there. With CSS3, some of the older techniques now have become obsolete, others have established themselves as standards, and many techniques are still in the “crazy experimentation” stage.

Coding a jQuery Popup Modal Contact Form

2012 July 25

In this tutorial I’ll demonstrate how we can build a minimalist modal contact form. I’ll be using jQuery along with the fancybox plugin to manage dynamic content. The open source code libraries make scripting so much easier. And we can implement a small Ajax call which submits the form data via PHP on the server end.

Simple jQuery Drop Down Menu Tutorial

2012 July 25

Navigation menu is the crucial role playing item in any web design. Never mistake by ignoring your website navigations because none of design can attract that smartly but a stylish looking navigation menu can do the smart work.

Tutorial -- Creating a simple yet complete web app(game) using cocos2D, Node, YUI and Heroku

2012 July 25

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The top alternatives to the Google Maps API

2012 July 25

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Video: Quake 4 running in WebGL (with real-time lighting, physics and particles)

2012 July 25

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What is the best way to secure Javascript post redirect?

2012 July 25

So I am limited to using only Javascript to redirect users to a PHP page which will update the users record in a MySQL database. I started with a basic redirect but this method can be bypassed by pointing to the URL of the PHP page. So to fix this, I used Javascript to POST a form to the PHP page where a variable was being expected by the PHP page. This can be easily bypassed if the user takes a look at the POST using a web tool. What is the best way to secure a page like this? If I use a common shared key, it will be in plaintext if you view the source from your browser. Any pointers or links will help.

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