Archive for March, 2017

How to Optimize jQuery Code for Better Performance

jQuery is the most popular client side library, in fact almost every website uses it. It is popular because it is easy to learn, makes development quick, offers clean code and helps in implementing complex functionality with ease.  The downside is that it can also decrease the performance of websites and can result in slow […]
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15 Awesome jQuery Animation Plugins

There’s no doubt about it, animation is pleasing to the eye. When a computer user thinks about Animation, "Flash" is often the first program that comes to mind. However, computer savvy folks know that Flash is already the history of animation, today there are newer more powerful tools and technologies for generating animations. jQuery has […]
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How to Use Media Queries with jQuery

The evolution of smartphones and tablets has forced website owners to integrate mobile/tablet friendly (or responsive design) techniques. The creation of responsive design websites has subsequently evolved with new tools and frameworks. Media queries play an important role to create a responsive design as it allows content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen […]
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Using Head.js to Load All Your JavaScript

In the past few years, client side frameworks/libraries have become very powerful and offers great features to implement complex functionalities on the client side, instead of relying on server side. This is really great for developers, but it has also made life difficult when it comes to managing multiple resources. One disadvantage is that loading […]
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How to Sort HTML Table Using jQuery Code

HTML tables are useful for displaying data in a tabular format. Tables tend to look elegant and clean. However, HTML tables are even more useful when data is sorted in columns in an ascending or descending order. In this post, we’ll learn how to sort an HTML table using jQuery without using any jQuery plugins. […]
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How to Detect Browser Using jQuery

One of the more frustrating parts of creating a new web project is making sure that it looks the same (or as close to the same as humanly possible) across all different browser types. The problem with achieving cross-browser compatibility is that each browser has its own set of inherent styling rules, and additionally, some […]
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