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Ajaxian » jQuery finds its way into Microsoft and Nokia stacks

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Microsoft is looking to make jQuery part of their official development platform. Their JavaScript offering today includes the ASP.NET Ajax Framework and they’re looking to expand it with the use of jQuery. This means that jQuery will be distributed with Visual Studio (which will include jQuery intellisense, snippets, examples, and documentation).

Le futur de JavaScript encore incertain - OCTO talks !

Après bientôt une décennie de réflexions, le comité en charge de standardiser le langage JavaScript semble avoir trouvé une position commune parmi les initiatives qui visaient à le faire évoluer. Quelles sont les nouvelles orientations prises pour ce langage ?

Conventions de programmation : la nécessaire maturité - La Case de l'Oncle Tom

Tout développeur, que ce soit à l’école ou en apprenant sur le tas, écrit du code. J’espère n’avoir perdu personne à ce stade de l’explication ;-) Inconsciemment on cherchera à utiliser un style d’écriture avec lequel on se sent à l’aise, qu’on pourra et saura relire facilement et dans le meilleur des cas, qui pourra être relu par une autre personne sans avoir à engager d’interprète. Tout développeur tend donc à utiliser des conventions de programmation (coding standards), que ce soit en HTML, PHP, CSS, JavaScript ou même en Cobol. Et utiliser des conventions, c’est bien !

Javascript framework usage among top websites

To answer that question, we here at Pingdom have examined a set of almost 200 popular websites to see if they use a Javascript framework, and in that case which framework they have chosen. The websites were collected from the Alexa US Top 100 and the Webware Top 100 Web Apps. The frameworks we looked for were Prototype, JQuery, MooTools, Yahoo! UI Library, Dojo, ExtJS and MochiKit.

The Lightbox Clones Matrix

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Comparison of various scripts that display images and other objects in somehow cool CSS popups

PHP.JS Licensing

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A lot of people are familiar with PHP's functions, and though Javascript functions are often quite similar, some functions may be missing or addressed differently. The Javascript implementations should be as compliant with the PHP versions as possible, a good indication is that the PHP function manual could also apply to the Javascript version.

A Mac OS X-style Dock In JavaScript

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Apple’s Mac OS X operating system is renowned for its fluid graphical effects. One impressive feature is the dock’s ‘fish-eye’ effect, whereby icons expand and contract as the mouse moves over them. Achieving this effect in JavaScript is difficult, but the MacStyleDock function allows this feature to be implemented easily. An example is shown below (a larger demonstration is available on a separate page).

Smashing Coding » Un CoverFlow avec Prototype.js et

Javascript est de plus en plus impressionnant. Vous pouvez maintenant créer un coverflow avec quelques lignes de code grâce à ProtoFlow.

Simple Spreadsheet

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Simple Spreadsheet is a web-based spreadsheet program written in Javascript, HTML, CSS and PHP. It features formulas, charts, numeric formats, keyboard navigation, etc. Javascript is used for the default data format and for the macros and formulas. Simple Groupware is Free Software, released under the GNU GPLv2 License

The PHP-Ext Open Source Project

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PHP-Ext is an open source widget library written for PHP 4 and 5 to empower the UI Layer. It is based on Ext JS javascript widgets which provide a standard and powerful API to build Rich Internet Applications. It basically works as a convenient wrapper for the Ext JS Javascript Objects. Among other features, PHP-Ext provides useful and common controls to create forms, rich comboboxes, powerful grids and menus. It also promotes the use of JSON and XML client/server communication to populate forms and grids using Ajax. Additionally it has a Javascript helper to ease the javascript code generation and use. This project still in beta so keep comming for the final release. Take a look at the samples. Feel free to download the src and samples to try it out and don't forget to write back your comments and suggestions. PHP-Ext Open Source Project |

ExtPHP: An ExtJS Converter/Wrapper for PHP Developers

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t is something that I had to think about in my day job, because my team is migrating to PHP for web development and I believe that we simply do not have enough time for them to learn JavaScript’s intricacies, I needed to be the one person who would have to wrestle JavaScript when problems happened. I therefore needed a way to insulate them from the gory details, which is why I created ExtPHP. As you may have guessed from subtle hints, such as this entry’s 12-feet tall header, ExtPHP creates a PHP wrapper for ExtJS

Ext JS - JavaScript Library

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Ext is a client-side, JavaScript framework for building web applications. In early 2006, Jack Slocum began working on a set of extension utilities for the Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) library. These extensions were quickly organized into an independent library of code and distributed under the name "yui-ext." In the fall of 2006, Jack released version .33 of yui-ext, which turned out to be the final version of the code under that name (and under the open source BSD license). By the end of the year, the library had gained so much in popularity that the name was changed simply to Ext, a reflection of its maturity and independence as a layout:'fit',framework. A company was formed in early 2007, and Ext is now dual-licensed under the LGPL and a commercial license. The library officially hit version 1.0 on April 1, 2007.


JonDesign's (Javascript) Smooth SlideShow Library v2.1

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Using mootools (there is also a moo.fx version available), this javascript slideshow system allows you to have a simple and smooth (cross-fading...) image slideshows and/or showcases on your website.


Particletree » Dynamic CSS Changes

When changing the appearance of a site through the use of JavaScript, we usually see developers either switch the stylesheet of the page or change the class of an element. And then, on occasion, we see the practice of changing appearance right in the JavaScript with the style property. On their own, these methods are all fairly reliable, but they don’t play too nicely together.

Dojo ShrinkSafe -- the safe way to make your JS sprightly

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ShrinkSafe is a JavaScript "compression" system. It can typically reduce the size of your scripts by a third or more, depending on your programming style. Many other tools also shrink JavaScript files, but ShrinkSafe is different. Instead of relying on brittle regular expressions, ShrinkSafe is based on Rhino, a JavaScript interpreter. This allows ShrinkSafe to transform the source of a file with much more confidence that the resulting script will function identically to the file you uploaded.

Aptana: The Web IDE

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Aptana is a robust, JavaScript-focused IDE for building dynamic web applications. Highlights include the following features: Code Assist on JavaScript, HTML, and CSS languages, including your own JavaScript functions Outliner that gives a snapshot view of your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code structure Error and warning notification for your code Support for Aptana UI customization and extensions Cross-platform support Free and open source.

symfony PHP5 framework » JavaScript helpers

Interactions on the client side, complex visual effects or asynchronous communication are common in web 2.0 applications. All that require JavaScript, but coding it by hand is often cumbersome and long to debug. Fortunately, symfony automates many of the common uses of JavaScript in the templates.

moo.fx - the next small thing

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moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, written with prototype.js. It's easy to use, fast, cross-browser, standards compliant, provides controls to modify Height, Width, and Opacity with builtin checks that won't let a user break the effect with multiple crazy clicks. It's also optimized to make you write the lesser code possible.


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