Archive for the 'JavaScript' Category

Javascript: Auto refresh or reload parent window when closing a popup

Lets say you have a page that gets a user to click to open a pop-up window to prompt the user for the required action. When the user has completed the required action on the pop-up window, and clicks the button “close”, you want the parent window to be refreshed or reloaded for its content.

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JavaScript, how to copy DIV’s or SPAN’s content to clipboard

In one of my previous posts, I had a DIV that contains some codes, and I wanted to have this code to be able to be copied by someone onto a clipboard for better viewing. So, what I had was only a very simple javascript function for doing it. And note, it works on Internet Explorer only.

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Ajax, DHTML, CSS apps development tools to come to mobile phones

It’s definitely exciting to know that mobile phone applications can be developed using the languages that an Ajax or Javascript developer has been familiar with. The mobile phone industry has been having a number of makers starting creating OSes or platform that allows the development of mobile applications using DHTML, JavaScript, CSS and Ajax etc.

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Compress JavaScript to speed up download : The online compressor for YUI

When building AJAX dynamic web applications you’ll have to load lots of JavaScript libraries, one of them will be the YUI, (Yahoo UI), which has a whole bunch of handy library components that you can use for Ajax and DHTML web apps.

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Aptana PHP IDE integrates with Ajax, DHTML, JavaScript easy development

Aptana PHP development environment, an opensource free PHP development tool has been integrated with ease of development for Ajax and DHTML applications.

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NoobSlide – great JS slide show for your content and images

NoobSlide - highly animated and intuitive content slide show JavaScript library
NoobSlide includes 7 different styles to let you play slide show for your contents and images. It’s kind of easy to get started. After downloading, just take a look at the 7 examples for the 7 different styles included in the index.html

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DhoniShow – super easy way to insert JavaScript inline picture gallery for images on your website

DhoniShow - JavaScript inline image gallery for your web pages
DhoniShow is now in its version 0.7 is a JavaScript library that shows inline image gallery on your webpage. It’s been described that it’s super easy to integrate.

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Prototype Javascript optimization to get best performance

Although Prototype comes with very convenient and short cut methods to let you create ajax applications and other JavaScript that manipulates well of the DOM structure, but there will be some significant degradation in performance in some of these methods.

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Spring WebFlow 2.0 now includes JavaScript module

Many of you might have known Spring as a J2EE framework that simplifies J2EE development by introducing the MVC (Model View Control) development methodology in J2EE.

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Canvas2Image – converts what you draw on WHATWG canvas to downloadable images on the fly

Here comes a small JavaScript library, Canvas2Image that you could include on your web page, and it allows those lines and boxes that you draw on a WHATWG canvas (made using new HTML <canvas></canvas> tag pair) to be converted into images on the fly for download.

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