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Meet LESS, The Dynamic Stylesheet Language


LESS is a JavaScript based CSS preprocessor which allows you to write CSS in its extended syntax and it will automatically compile that code into normal CSS.

Speed up your Apps with Google’s AJAX Libraries


Google offers what it calls, Google AJAX Libraries, a content delivery network (CDN) to serve popular JavaScript libraries from its data centers.

Getting Started with Ext JS


Ext JS is a cross-browser JavaScript library for building rich internet applications (RIA). In this tutorial, Nuno will teach you how to get started with Ext JS and walkthrough with you on creating simple dialog boxes and tooltips as well as integrating Ext JS with your form.

Beyond Traditional Image Showcase with jQuery


If you run a portfolio or photography website, you’re probably tired of traditional vertical, horizontal or grid layout of showcasing images.Addy Osmani, a UK-based Web developer came up with some great ways of showcasing images in a circle, ellipse and stack fashion.

15 JavaScript Data Grids to Enhance your HTML Tables


DataGrid can help address concerns of HTML tables with large data sets by providing features like sorting, filtering, searching, pagination and even in-line editing for your tables. There are two ways you can add data grid functionality to your tables…

IxEdit – A JavaScript-based interaction design tool


IxEdit is the first on-the-fly interaction design tool aimed at allowing designers and developers create interactions with no JavaScript coding and just basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.

7 AJAX & JavaScript Calendar Scripts


The ease of use, rich and intuitive scheduling solution offered by Google Calendar has inspired many to create CSS and AJAX calendars with similar interface and features. In this post, we take a look at some of these AJAX calendars & JavaScript calendars along with full-fledged calendar scripts similar to Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook’s Calendar or Apple’s iCal.

PHP Parameter Skipping and Named Parameters – Finally?

Well, sort of; it’s not 100% native, but it works, and requires only 1 simple cut-and-pasted line added per function to implement. This article will detail how to do so, as well as the gist of its inner workings. It’s certainly easy to grep up complaints and feature requests for both parameter skipping and named parameters…

Displaying An RSS Feed On Your Website Using PHP And MagpieRSS

By using RSS and the MagpieRSS toolkit, you can import data from another web site or news source and display that information on your own site.

Developing a Login System with PHP and MySQL

Most interactive websites nowadays would require a user to log in into the website’s system in order to provide a customized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide a presentation that is tailored to the user’s preferences.