Google Octane Will Test Your Browser’s JavaScript Capabilities

Facebook and the W3C have contributed greatly to the development of mobile browsers withRingmark. The simple test makes sure that your browser is compliant with the latest and greatest HTML5 technologies. Google has taken that concept and applied it to JavaScript applications.

Published
Categorized as JavaScript

Google Launches Geocoding Web Service

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 with multiple types – Both… Continue reading Google Launches Geocoding Web Service

Use jQuery Javascript library to make easy effects for your website

In this tutorial I will explain how to use the jQuery Library to make some easy effects for your webpage. jQuery is infamous for easily implementing it into your site, and for its usage of effects. I like jQuery for its ease of use over other Javascript library’s such as Prototype and moo.fx, lets get… Continue reading Use jQuery Javascript library to make easy effects for your website

JavaScript Countdown

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 the person has read the… Continue reading JavaScript Countdown

HighSlide JS

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 blacking out your whole screen… Continue reading HighSlide JS