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  • Yii
    Building Your Startup With PHP: Scheduling Availability and ChoicesPreview availability
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    Learn how we use Bootstrap switches, Yii 2 MVC and AJAX to gather participant availability and meeting preferences and finalize the schedule.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Go Back to Basics With Our New Course on JavaScript FundamentalsJs fun
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    So you want to learn JavaScript? In this course we’ll start at the very beginning and cover everything about the language that a beginner needs to know. Maybe you've never programmed anything before, or maybe you're coming to JavaScript from another language. Whatever your situation, we'll go through everything you need to get up and running with one of the most popular and dynamic languages in use today.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for SubscribersEbook promo preview
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    From Chef to Puppet, and from Scalding to Spring, our latest batch of eBooks will give you an in-depth look at some key topics to help you become a better developer.Read More…
  • Front-End
    Resources for Staying on Top of JavaScriptJavascript wide retina preview
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    With JavaScript being used so frequently, I thought I would update my list of resources for staying current and up to date with JS. We'll take a look at my recommended list of books, blogs, courses, and where to find help when troubles arise during your JS development. Read More…
  • Web Development
    jQuery Succinctly: jQuery and AjaxJquery cover
    The jQuery ajax() Function is the Lowest-Level Abstraction The jQuery ajax() function is the lowest level of abstraction available for XMLHttpRequests (aka AJAX). All the other jQuery AJAX functions, such as load(), leverage the ajax() function. Using the ajax() function provides the greatest functionality available for XMLHttpRequests. jQuery also provides other higher-level abstractions for doing very specific types of XMLHttpRequests. These functions are essentially shortcuts for the ajax() method.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Event-Based Programming: What Async Has Over SyncRefresh icon
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    One of JavaScript's strengths is how it handles asynchronous (async for short) code. Rather than blocking the thread, async code gets pushed to an event queue that fires after all other code executes. It can, however, be difficult for beginners to follow async code. I'll help clear up any confusion you might have in this article.Read More…
  • Web Development
    A Beginner’s Guide to HTTP and RESTBeginners guide to http and rest
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    Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the life of the web. It's used every time you transfer a document, or make an AJAX request. But HTTP is surprisingly a relative unknown among some web developers. This introduction will demonstrate how the set of design principles, known as REST, underpin HTTP, and allow you to embrace its fullest power by building interfaces, which can be used from nearly any device or operating system.Read More…
  • Ruby
    Building Single Page Web Apps with Sinatra: Part 1Sinatra logo
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    Have you ever wanted to learn how to build a single page app with Sinatra and Knockout.js? Well, today is the day you learn! In this first section of a two-part series, we'll review the process fo building a single page to-do application where users can view their tasks, sort them, mark them as complete, delete them, search through them, and add new tasks.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    ASP.NET AJAX Server Controls with Client-Side FunctionalityAspnet server control
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    Over the course of this tutorial, we'll look at how to create a custom ASP.NET AJAX server control as a wrapper for the Google Maps JavaScript API. The server-side code will be written in C# (which I highly recommend), but it could just as easily be written in VB.NET. The focus will be on creating the control, and we'll take a good look at the whole process of creating a custom ASP.NET AJAX server control, with client side functionality as well. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Uploading Files with AJAXPreview
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    I can’t seem to reach the end of the fun stuff you can do with emerging web technologies. Today, I’m going to show you how to do something that—until the last while—has been almost unprecedented: uploading files via AJAX. Oh, sure, there have been hacks; but if you’re like me, and feel dirty every time you type iframe, you’re going to like this a lot. Join me after the jump!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Build a Neat HTML5 Powered Contact FormHtml5 contact form
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    In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to create a swanky HTML5 AJAX powered contact form. The form will use some of the new HTML5 input elements and attributes, and will be validated using the browser's built-in form validation. We will use jQuery and Modernizr to help out with the older browsers, and PHP on the server side to validate the input.Read More…
  • Web Development
    24 Best Practices for AJAX Implementations200x200
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    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. Implementing AJAX technology can be a hit or miss thing. Do it well and you'll have users raving over the slickness it provides to the general user experience, while, if you mess it up, you'll be at the receiving end of their wrath. Here are 24 tips to guide through the process of implementing AJAX technology within your web application. Read More…
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