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JavaScript and JSON Essentials - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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JavaScript and JSON Essentials PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1783286032, By Sai Srinivas Sriparasa

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Chapter 1: JavaScript Basics
Chapter 2: Getting Started with JSON
Chapter 3: Working with Real-time JSON
Chapter 4: AJAX Calls with JSON Data
Chapter 5: Cross-domain Asynchronous Requests
Chapter 6: Building the Carousel Application
Chapter 7: Alternate Implementations of JSON
Chapter 8: Debugging JSON

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Convert PSD Files to HTML and CSS with PSDSlicing | Blogfreakz - Web Design and Web Development resources

Convert PSD Files to HTML and CSS with PSDSlicing | Blogfreakz - Web Design and Web Development resources | Web Development | Scoop.it
For converting a PSD document to XHML and CSS code, you’ll need a PSD slicing tool. One of the better available online resources for this is

 

PSDslicing is a professional HTML service that assists you with converting your designs into an elegant, high quality W3C-ready HTML and CSS code. The markup is compatible with most browsers and these are converted by professionals so you’ll have no problem getting your files organized and converted easily.


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NoBackend: Front-End First Web Development - InfoQ

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At the Front-Trends 2013 conference last week, Gregor Martynus gave a talk entitled "Look ma, no backend!" about developing applications primarily from a front-end perspective, falling back to using server-side components ...

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