Archive for September, 2017

3 jQuery/JavaScript Plugins for Push Notifications

Push notifications started from the mobile business but this technology is available for websites too! Push notifications are akin to mobile app notifications except they come from a website. Similar to mobile app notifications, push notifications require user permission. Once the permission is granted, push notifications will appear on the subscribed desktop/device even when the […]
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Check all checkboxes in HTML table using jQuery

HTML tables are a very handy and useful element. They can adapt to any style or design using CSS and can also hold different input type controls like an input box, checkbox and radio button. This post focuses on having a checkbox in every row of the HTML table, allowing users to select/unselect table rows. […]
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Optimize your jQuery selectors for best performance

Introduction Over time, the data size has increased for nearly every application. Due to huge amount of data residing in various database servers, performance becomes the most important and integral part of any application. If the page takes lots of time to render the data, it creates a bad impression and results in loss of […]
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Handling Arrays with jQuery

An array is a commonly used data structure in any programming language as it can hold a collection of elements, each identified by at least one array index or key. It is the preferred choice for holding multiple values/collections as it allows item sorting, item removal, item retrieval from an array using index, and other […]
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Handling JSON with jQuery

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a way to store information in an organized manner. It is the preferred data-interchange format as its shorter, lightweight, human-readable and requires no tags like XML. This allows faster processing and transmission, and also the serializing and deserializing becomes much faster when compared to XML. JSON returned via REST APIs […]
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