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40 Fresh Tools and Services for Web Developers

40 Fresh Tools and Services for Web Developers

Web developers should always be aware of the current news. In order to help them in their work brilliant web developers from all over the world always try to invent new tools and find bright decisions. We want to bring to your attention a selection of some useful tools such as generators, jquery plugins, frameworks and other helpful resources and services. You will definitely find something to your taste and interest among them.

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  • January 25, 2014,
  • AndrewG

Web Design Digest No.4 (10 — 17 June 2013)

Web Design Digest No.4 (10 — 17 June 2013)

This is weekly Web Design Digest No.4. Оnce a week, we will publish a digest of the latest news, useful tools for web developers, freebies and many more cool stuff from the world of web design.

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30 Fresh jQuery Tools and Plugins

30 Fresh jQuery Tools and Plugins

We always work hard to get the best and freshest information for our readers and now it’s a good time to share with you some new and cool jQuery tools and plugins. For those, who use these plugins in everyday work or some projects this showcase might be very handy! In this post you will find even more awesome and fresh tools and plugins.

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  • April 28, 2013,
  • AndrewG

50 New jQuery Plugins For Web Developers

50 New jQuery Plugins For Web Developers

In spite of the fact that jQuery was released in January 2006 it still holds its position and it’s not surprising, because of its ability to add various elements without the necessity to write bulky and heavy code. Also, it’s getting even much more easier as the community of developers constantly releases plugins that allow web developers to enhance their projects. And to make your task simpler, in order you could just visit our site and choose some of these useful plugins, we’ve picked the best and the newest jQuery plugins and listed them below.

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  • February 2, 2012,
  • AndrewG

JavaScript F.A.Q: Part 2

JavaScript F.A.Q: Part 2

Previously I’ve posted the article JavaScript F.A.Q: Part 1, which contains very useful information on JavaScript, and now I would like to continue with some more new and interesting questions and answers to them.

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  • November 22, 2011,
  • TheShock

JavaScript FAQ: Part 1

JavaScript FAQ: Part 1

I have created a topic where collected different questions about JavaScript that might be interesting to our readers (architecture, framework, problems). So, if you’re intrigued, let’s not waste our time and move straight to the questions.

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  • October 20, 2011,
  • TheShock

LibCanvas Basics. The Practice

LibCanvas Basics. The Practice

This is a continuation of the article about LibCanvas basics. In the first part we’ve touched upon the theoretical side and now we’re going to do some practice and try to implement very basic and simple things. The main purpose of the article is to master the basic knowledge about LibCanvas, we’ll write a simple scripts, unsuitable for the use in real life, but you can develop them into something great.

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The Structure of jQuery: Dive Into Source Code

The Structure of jQuery: Dive Into Source Code

jQuery definitely has become a standard in web development industry. There are many excellent js-frameworks that deserve attention, but jQuery impressed everyone with its ease, elegance and magic. People write using jQuery, people write plugins for jQuery, people even write articles about jQuery, but few people know (especially beginners) about jQuery’s structure.

In this article, we will hold a small excursion into the interior of this framework and discuss what’s inside of it. This article is intended for basic knowledge of Javascript. Think about it, and if you know how to write a clone of jQuery, then likely you won’t find here anything new.

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  • August 24, 2011,
  • TheShock

LibCanvas Basics. The Theory

LibCanvas Basics. The Theory

One of the most frequently asked question about LibCanvas now is “How to get started?” I agree that the threshold of entering into this library is slightly higher than in the simple canvas-library, so in this topic I will cover the basic notions of LibCanvas, such general concepts and principles as drawing primitive shapes, mouse and keyboard events, animation, enhanced context and behavior.

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Fifteen puzzle in LibCanvas

Fifteen puzzle in LibCanvas

In this topic I will tell you how to make this game quite undemanding to the processor and good looking with the help of LibCanvas.

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Timesaving Tools and Services for Web Developers

Timesaving Tools and Services for Web Developers

Web developers should always be abreast of the latest news. And to make their work easier and to help in saving their time a lot of talented web developers from all around the world always try to bring some new decisions and tools. To your attention, we would like to showcase some fresh timesaving tools among which you’ll find useful services, resources, generators and frameworks that you might find very interesting.

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  • July 5, 2011,
  • AndrewG

JavaScript and jQuery: 50 New Tutorials

JavaScript and jQuery: 50 New Tutorials

jQuery is very handy for those designers who value their time and want to simplify their work. With jQuery it is a lot easier to navigate a document, to create animations, to handle events, and to develop Ajax applications. Moreover, it has cross-browser support and that fact makes it more attractive and wanted. Earlier we have posted a roundup of 50 jQuery Tutorials And Techniques and now we would like to present to your attention the freshest JavaScript and jQuery tutorials.

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15 Handy HTML5/CSS3 Frameworks For Web Developers

15 Handy HTML5/CSS3 Frameworks For Web Developers

HTML5 and CSS3 frameworks are becoming more and more popular every day. It really makes web developers’ lives easier, because there are so many benefits, e.g. Development time. It has reduced considerably, especially if you don’t have much experience with the framework and you use it in appropriate situations; Frameworks contain “hacks” for most common browsers. To solve the same problem with the positioning of elements in IE can make you bored very quickly; Simplifies support. It will be easier to read your same code, written six months ago, if you always use the same class names. So if you are a developer you should certainly look through this roundup of Handy HTML5/CSS3 Frameworks! If you know of any other useful frameworks you would like to share, please leave a response in the comments.

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  • June 9, 2011,
  • AndrewG

15 Awesome Free JavaScript Charts

15 Awesome Free JavaScript Charts

Plotting your data can serve as a replacement to tabular data, and is also a great way to add practical graphics to your web page or application. There are many ways you can plot data, but here I have included 15 Awesome Free JavaScript Charts In Your Sites/Blog Pages which serves as a easy Charting solution. Hope you like it.

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  • January 6, 2010,
  • Splashnology Editors