Posts in Category: javascript

JSbin, JSfiddle or Codepen, which one to use and why?

There are lots of css – js playgrounds now in the market, and the most popular ones are JSbin (by Remy Sharp), JSfiddle (by Oskar Krawczyk), codepen (by Chris Coyier, Tim Sabat and Alex Vasquez). So sometimes it become a confusing question which one to use; and more importantly why

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Move option from one select box to another and vice versa

What is PairSelect.js? PairSelect.js is a very light weight jQuery plugin to specially made only to communicate between two selectboxes in a html page. This works similar to the ‘Add Chanel’ feature of Google adsense. Or sometimes in forms we see the things like this. Now it is easy to remove an

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Things you did not know about JavaScript

Sometimes because of smart development and sometimes because of its architectural design error, we often see some strange behaviors of JavaScript. A developer should be aware of these kind of things to develop a perfect program. Even these help you in interviews and JavaScript puzzle exams too. Today I’ve posted some

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Reasons to use JavaScript, with Pros and Cons!

JavaScript is world’s most misunderstood language; and that’s may be because of the name. It has a prefix ‘Java’ in its name; for which few people thinks it has some relation with JAVA, but actually it is not. But the most misinterpretation is done due to the second word in

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EmberJS Tutorial: Two Way Data Binding

This is a continuation of my Ember Js Beginners’ Tutorial series. The previous ones cover what do you need before starting with ember, how to develop the first ember app, concept and description of views and controllers. Now this article will deal with one of the best features frameworks like ember

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An Overview of Facebook’s React Javascript Framework

The javascript framework jungle is becoming denser day by day, as more and more framework trees are growing. Another new tree of this jungle is Facebook React. React is not quite like other javascript frameworks like Angular, Ember, Backbone, CanJs, etc. It’s made to solve very specific problem, “Complex UI Rendering”;

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History and revolution of Javascript

JavaScript, a very easy to learn prototype-based scripting language, would have been dead by now if Google wouldn’t resurrected it with Gmail and Google maps in 2004 – 2005. AJAX technique also provide enough oxygen, to help it to be one of the most flexible and comprehensive scripting language of today’s age.

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