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O3D and WebGL as JavsScript Library

May 7, 2010 Chris Crum

Google announced today that its O3D online 3D graphics API is changing directions to a JavaScript library that runs on top of WebGL. Users and developers will still be able to download the plug-in and source code for a year or better, but Google will stop developing O3D as a […]

Google Launches Geocoding Web Service

March 9, 2010 Chris Crum

Google has announced a new Geocoding Web Service that adopts improvements from the latest version of the Google Maps Javascript API – v3. According to Google, these improvements include: – A flatter response format for address components that is easier to parse – The ability to tag an address component […]

Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid In JavaScript

March 3, 2010 Stephen Davies

Instead of the usual Top Tips article, I thought I would look at the top 5 goofs for a change, and how to avoid them. I chose them purely because upon reading over what other coders were experiencing, I could see that I was not the only one – by […]

JavaScript Countdown

February 26, 2010

Ever have some text that you wanted a person to read before they submitted content to your site. Most of the time, the people just scroll to the bottom of the page and click the submit button. In the Web 2.0, people have added additional code to make sure that […]

Calling Remote JavaScript Through Iframes

February 18, 2010 Mads Kristensen

At ZYB we have been doing cross domain JavaScript calls for quite some time now. Whenever we tell that to people, many don’t believe it is possible with standard security settings in any modern browser. This surprised me a bit since it has always been possible with a simple little […]

HighSlide JS

February 17, 2010 Staff

From the Homepage of Highslide.js Highslide JS is an open source JavaScript software, offering a Web 2.0 approach to popup windows. It streamlines the use of thumbnail images and HTML popups on web pages. The library offers these features and advantages: Highslide.js is a Lightbox with a difference. Instead of […]

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