Posts Tagged ‘JavaScript’

HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer – Lesson 4 CSS Colors Sample

This is the live code sandbox for HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer Lesson 4. This is the first sample of CSS and shows colors applied to headings. Click “View Project” to run the example in your browser or edit the code and then click “View Project” to run it with your changes. You can […]

Tags:

HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer – Lesson 3 HTML Lists and Tables

This is the live code sandbox for HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer Lesson 3. This example creates lists and tables in HTML. Click “View Project” to run the example in your browser or edit the code and then click “View Project” to run it with your changes. You can download the complete code for […]

Tags:

HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer – Lesson 2 Tags for Text, Images, Headings, and Links

This is the live code sandbox for HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer Lesson 2. This example lets you work with basic HTML tags for structuring text, organizing with headings, placing images, and linking. Click “View Project” to run the example in your browser or edit the code and then click “View Project” to run […]

Tags:

HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer – Lesson 1 Your First HTML Page

This is the live code sandbox for HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery 24-Hour Trainer Lesson 1. This example creates a basic HTML web page template. Click “View Project” to run the example in your browser or edit the code and then click “View Project” to run it with your changes. You can download the complete code […]

Tags:

Creating Mobile User Interfaces for SharePoint 2013

Guest Blog Post by Randy Drisgill Because of SharePoint’s prominent role for both corporate intranets and public facing internet sites, there is often a strong push to have SharePoint serve information in a mobile friendly layout. There are several ways to approach this topic in SharePoint 2013. First, because SharePoint 2013 supports modern browsers, you could […]

Tags:

Are your coding habits in the norm or are you a conventions rebel?

Here’s a fun little analysis of the popularity of specific coding conventions like: spaces vs tabs where are commas and so on for a few popular languages: JavaScript, Java, Python, and Scala. It’s based on analysis of code committed in GitHub. Unfortunately, no, there are a lot of languages that could be covered that aren’t […]

Tags:

CSS and JavaScript Bundling and Minification in ASP.NET 4.5

ASP.NET 4.5 includes a new feature to minify and bundle CSS and JavaScript within your web application. If you use any of the default project templates in Visual Studio 2012, this new feature is turned on. What Is Bundling and Minification? Most static content files, such as CSS and JavaScript, contain a lot of whitespace […]

Tags:

4 JavaScript Minifiers Compared

  Minification is the act of stripping out unnecessary characters from code to reduce the size, and a minifier is the tool that does it. Most often, the term is applied to JavaScript although the technique can also be used on CSS and (to some extent) HTML. For the web master, the aim of minification […]

Tags:

Browser Capability Detection with JavaScript

Although browser vendors have made a concerted effort to implement common interfaces, the fact remains that each browser presents its own capabilities and flaws. Browsers that are available cross-platform often have different issues, even though they are technically the same version. These differences force web developers to either design for the lowest common denominator or, […]

Tags:

8 Steps to Solving Coding Problems in Programming Interviews

  It doesn’t matter what language the job requires when you are on a programming interview. Whether you’ll be working in Java, C#, C++, ASP.NET, Python, or any other language, when you are on the interview and you are asked to write code to solve an interview question, the first step is the same: when […]

Tags: