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Introduction to Angular JS

Walk through building a sample application with AngularJS to learn some of the basics along with some commentary that contrasts it with jQuery / Backbone.JS ...
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Applicative Programming In JavaScript With lodash.js

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n general, applicative programming is the pattern of defining a function that takes a function and then invokes that function for each element in a collection/list. To apply this definition of applicative programming to JavaScript, you will need to know a little something about first-class functions before we dive in. So, let's start there.

JavaScript has first class functions. This means that instances of the Function constructor can go and do anything any value in the language can do because functions in JavaScript are values.


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Javascript to make word zoom out of page when clicked? : javascript

I'm looking to have a bunch of words on a page. When the user clicks a word it will enlarge/zoom forward out of the screen/change colour etc. When th... (Javascript to make word zoom out of page when clicked?
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Realtime Web Apps with AngularJS and Firebase

Angular is great at 2-way data bindings between the DOM and models in memory. What if you'd also like to persist your models on a server? Join us to hear gue...
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Cloud Zoom jQuery image zoom plugin | Amazing Things

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Cloud Zoom is a popular fly-out jQuery zoom plugin used on many high profile retail sites.

Originally developed by Professor Cloud, this new version (from V2.0) has been completely re-engineered to fulfil the demands of modern websites and touch-enabled devices.


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AngularJS: Scroll Animations

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Everyone has seen scroll based animations right? You know, the ones where you start scrolling down the webpage and animations start triggering around depending on how much you have scrolled. One of my favorite examples is Let’s free Congress.

Now, sometimes we want to trigger an animation, but we don’t want to make theentire page to rely on the scroll… maybe, just a little part of it. However, we can’t trigger the animation until the user is viewing the part we want to animate, or else the animation will do all its magic without no audience. How do we do it?


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8. Object Oriented Programming with PHP - PHP & MySQL Web Development

Basic concepts about Object Oreinted Programming with PHP Telerik Software Academy: http://academy.telerik.com/school-academy/meetings/details/2011/10/11/php-sc (8.

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Building Huuuuuge Apps with AngularJS

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The AngularJS documentation is great for getting started and for looking up specific API calls. However, it doesn't really tell you how to organize and manage your app as it grows to tens or hundreds of thousands of lines of code. I've collected here some of my observations and best practices for how to manage your sprawling application. First we'll take a look at organization, then move on to some tips on improving performance, and conclude with a brief summary on tools, servers, and build processes. While this post will focus on big apps in particular, there's a great video on YouTube from the December 2012 AngularJS meetup on best practices that's also worth checking out.


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David Kossoglyad's comment, July 5, 2013 4:21 AM
Good article, but organization by features is more applicable to real-world apps.
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AppJS - Build Desktop Applications using HTML5, CSS3 and nodejs

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Why AppJS?

Because it is simple and yet powerful. Using AppJS you don't need to be worry about coding cross-platform or learning new languages and tools. You are already familiar with HTML, CSS and Javascript. What is better than this stack for application development? Beside, AppJS uses Chromium at the core so you get latest HTML 5 APIs working. So relax and focus on the task your application should do.


HTML 5
AppJS allows you to use HTML 5 APIs to create attractive applications from Word Processors to 3D Games. You are no longer limited to default GUI widgets that plaforms force you to use. Creating custom UIs is now only limited to your imagination!

CSS 3
Using CSS you can decorate widgets as you like. Create a custom widget in HTML and complete your work with decorating it. Adding shadows, animating elements and transforming objects in 3D space are a few examples of what you can do with CSS 3.


Node.js
The interesting part of AppJS is that it uses Node.js as the backbone. Node.js has been built to ease the process of developing scalable network applications. But today, you can see Node nearly everywhere! It has a nice API and lots of modules.


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Blogify - Personal Blog Responsive HTML5 Template

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Current Version: 1.1 (20.09.2013) – (See the whole changelog at the bottom of the page.)


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Blogify is an awesome HTML5 template which brings clean & flat design. It’s ideal ...
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Totem: A Vertical Ticker jQuery Plugin

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Totem is our latest jQuery plugin release. It makes animated tickers easy.

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390 Javascript & jQuery resources

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This list of links to the web front-end developer and integrator HTML & CSS is based on the documented before I made two years ago on the blog  & Webdesign Javascript . It uses the  139 resources Javascript and jQuery  already posted on this site which I've added 78 new posts from on js4design.com links, and 73 tutorials for creating slide shows and other stuff, and,  last but not least , you can reach a final list consisting of a hundred Javascript (Polyfills) libraries to emulate HTML5 in browsers that are not in the new API's in charge. With few exceptions, the links point directly to the original sources.


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Searching using Array.prototype.reduce

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Searching for a particular element in a JavaScript array is often carried out using a typical iteration. In some cases, forEach and some can be used as well. What is often overlooked is the potential use of Array.prototype.reduce to perform such an operation.

Let’s take a look at the following problem: find the longest string in an array of strings. An imperative solution looks something like the following code (usingforEach may simplify the loop but the idea remains the same): ...

A version which relies on reduce is a single statement: ...


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