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Functional testing Google App Engine applications
Functional testing Google App Engine applications
Without functional testing, Web development becomes a guessing game that can be filled with frantic, error-prone deployments and refactoring. If you are entering into cloud Computing, testing becomes even more critical for your applications to be reliable. Learn to master automated, functional testing using the open source tools, Selenium, Windmill, and twill. The techniques covered in this article work on Google App Engine, blogging software, or your own home grown application.
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Make an Animated Alphabet using Keypress Events in jQuery
Make an Animated Alphabet using Keypress Events in jQuery
In this tutorial we’ll build an animated row of blocks that respond individually to key presses.
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Simple jQuery Modal Window Tutorial
Simple jQuery Modal Window Tutorial
In this tutorial, I'm going to share how to create a simple modal window with jQuery. It selects all the anchor tags with name attribute set to "modal" and grab the DIV #id defined in the href and displays it as a modal window. jQuery has made everything so simple, be sure to check out the demonstrations, examples I made. It looks good :)
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Dock Content Tutorial with jQuery and jQuery Easing Plugin
Dock Content Tutorial with jQuery and jQuery Easing Plugin
This tutorial will show how to create a jQuery dock that positioned at the top of your website, show and hide on mouse over event. By using easeOutBounce from jQuery Easing plugin, the transition effect has greatly enhanced and much more attractive.
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Create a Slick and Accessible Slideshow Using jQuery
Create a Slick and Accessible Slideshow Using jQuery
In this in-depth web development tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a usable and web accessible slideshow widget for your site using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (jQuery). In the process, you’ll see the concept of Progressive Enhancement in action.
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Build an Auto-Scrolling Slideshow that Works With and Without Javascript
Build an Auto-Scrolling Slideshow that Works With and Without Javascript
Build an Auto-Scrolling Slideshow that Works With and Without Javascript
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Dynamic wizard form using dhtml & javascript.
Dynamic wizard form using dhtml & javascript.
Using dynamic html & javascipt to add in or delete fields from a form without refreshing the whole page.
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Using E4X on the server-side with Jaxer
Using E4X on the server-side with Jaxer
Running JavaScript on the server is not some oddity. The ECMAScript for XML (E4X) standard gives JavaScript developers a powerful API to work with XML. In this article, you can see how JavaScript and E4X make it easy to work with XML on the server. Combine this key ingredient with Jaxer to create Ajax applications using nothing but JavaScript.
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Ajax with JQuery - An Introduction with jQuery
Ajax with JQuery - An Introduction with jQuery
jQuery is a well-known and famous lightweight, fast and concise JavaScript Library. jQuery simplifies various task for us like HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. jQuery is great library to reduce our JavaScript coding so they quote "jQuery: The Write Less, Do More".
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DD Drop Down Panel
DD Drop Down Panel
DD Drop Down Panel lets you tuck away ordinary HTML content on the page and slides down on demand when the user clicks on the protruding tab.
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Form field Limiter
Form field Limiter
This script limits the amount of text a user can enter in particular INPUT type="text" or TEXTAREA elements? plus displays in real time the number of characters remaining. A callback function enables you to define your own actions when the field limit has been reached, such as apply a red border around the field in question.
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Anatomy of a jQuery Script
Anatomy of a jQuery Script
In this tutorial, you will learn to dissect a working jQuery example. A typical jQuery script uses a wide assortment of the methods that the library offers. Since there are many methods and functions to sort through, it will be useful to know what the basic categories of methods are, and how they come into play within a jQuery script.
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Animated JavaScript Page Header
Animated JavaScript Page Header
You’ve no doubt seen websites where the header image slowly moves, usually with a landscape or sky scene. Well, here’s how to make your own simple starry night.
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JavaScript Folder Collapser for Dynamic Content
JavaScript Folder Collapser for Dynamic Content
This tutorial will show you how to create a group of collapsible folders using pure JavaScript and some JQuery added to the final product to give it a little bit of flare. The code will be structured in such a way that allows for implementation into a dynamic page -- wherein the number of folders may be unknown.
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How to build an expandable sitemap with jQuery and CSS
How to build an expandable sitemap with jQuery and CSS
In this tutorial I will use the power of jQuery to transform an unordered list of hierarchically structured pages into an expandable, tree-view navigation system - the perfect way to tame those huge sitemaps produced by your CMS.
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