Posts Tagged ‘Javascript’

50 Useful Javascript Effects

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Here we have prepared a long list for Javascript effects. It include effects like photo gallery, social network, making graphical plots, creating tool tips and so on. If you are a web developers, you will not miss this list. You may get some inspiration from them.

Link: NTT.CC

Book: Getting Good With JavaScript

Monday, August 29th, 2011

In Getting Good With JavaScript, I’ll quickly take you from novice to advanced novice! “Wait, what?” you respond. Yes, advanced novice. Let me explain:

There’s more to learn about JavaScript than anyone could put into a single book. This book doesn’t get anywhere close to attempting that. It doesn’t even try to cover everything the normal JavaScript-for-beginners book covers. Instead, I’ll give you a solid foundation by clearly explaining all the basic syntax. Once that settles, we’ll go on to covering several important concepts, features, and best practices.

Link: TutsPlus

The Curious Side Of Smashing Magazine

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Noupe passionately delivers stylish and dynamic news for designers and Web developers across the globe on all subjects of design; ranging from CSS, Ajax, JavaScript, Web design, graphics, typography, advertising & much more! Our goal is to help you communicate effectively on the Web with an engaging website and functional interface.

Link: Noupe


Friday, July 8th, 2011

LABjs (Loading And Blocking JavaScript) is an open-source (MIT license) project supported by Getify Solutions. The core purpose of LABjs is to be an all-purpose, on-demand JavaScript loader, capable of loading any JavaScript resource, from any location, into any page, at any time. Loading your scripts with LABjs reduces resource blocking during page-load, which is an easy and effective way to optimize your site’s performance.

LABjs by default will load (and execute) all scripts in parallel as fast as the browser will allow. However, you can easily specify which scripts have execution order dependencies and LABjs will ensure proper execution order. This makes LABjs safe to use for virtually any JavaScript resource, whether you control/host it or not, and whether it is standalone or part of a larger dependency tree of resources.

Using LABjs will replace all that ugly “<script> tag soup” — that is all the <script> tags that commonly appear in the <head> or end of the <body> of your HTML page. The API is expressive and chaining, to let you specify which scripts to load, and when to wait (“block”), if necessary, for execution before proceeding with further execution. The API also easily allows inline code execution coupling (think: inline <script> tags).

Link: labjs