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Javascript / jQuery

jQuery is a lightweight cross-browser JavaScript library that emphasizes interaction between JavaScript and HTML. It’s primary use is to enhance the user experience (UX) of a website or web application. These tutorials cover the basics of jQuery, including a cheat sheet, through to creating a plugin. There is also a collection of lists showcasing the best plugins in a selected category.


Living Online Without Javascript
Javascript used to be a tool for enhancing a webpage through the actions of client side scripting (running in your browser, not on the server). In recent years, Javascript has become more of an annoyance than an enhancement and is increasingly used to bypass privacy and security settings, tracking you actions and analysing you every movement online.
Adding Pins, Points and Routes to Google Maps API
26/04/2010Javascript / jQuery
In this article I'm going to look at how you can add pins, waypoints and routes to Google Maps embedded in your website. I'm going to expand on the examples from the previous article so if you haven't seen that one, head over to part one on the list below.
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Getting Started with the Google Maps API
18/04/2010Javascript / jQuery
In this tutorial series I am going to show you how to incorporate Google Maps into your website, add pins to locations with balloon pop ups, set way points and even add routes. We'll also see how you can get latitude and longitude coordinates in Google maps.