Posts in javascript Category

Notes In CSS

Comments have been a popular way of adding information about the the code. They have worked fine for all kinds – from programming languages to markup languages. They have also been used to collaborate with rest of the team. [Continue]


I like to test JavaScript tools where JavaScript is part of the functionality, not the coolness. Exhibit (via Ajaxian) is one such tool. Exhibit lets you create web pages with support for data operations like sorting and filtering without having to work with a database and a programming language. [Continue]

JavaScript Availability

Roger Johansson looks at how popular services, like Blogger and Bloglines, assume availability of JavaScript. If you try explore the reasons behind unavailability, you will end up looking at the security model of JavaScript. Most of the corporates, and a lot of individuals I know, either disable JavaScript or block it partially for security reasons. [Continue]

Links And Back Button With AJAX

One of the disadvantages of AJAX is that since the entire page is not reloaded, it is not natural to change the link for the page that contains the new information. Which means that the new information cannot be bookmarked! The sites usually work around this by providing a link somewhere on the page which requires the user to take more efforts to first look for it and then bookmark it. [Continue]

Logahead – New Blogging Engine

Hours after I write about WordPress admin theme and writing being part of the admin interface, I read about Logahead. A brand new blogging engine with a ‘keep it simple’ philosophy. Designed from the ground-up to be fully buzzword compliant (AJAX, RSS, Web 2.0 – it’s all there), logahead lets you effortlessly do what blogs were invented for: Put your words on the web. [Continue]

Flick Animation with CSS

Animation has always meant a resource consuming activity, either the size is too big and requires binary formats like Flash or GIF or client side scripting like JavaScript to be run. All of them depend on the user having installed or activated a feature in the browser. You providing such content does not always guarantee its delivery to the user. [Continue]



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