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jQuery and Ajax – Ready to use code snippets for every day

The term AJAX was coined twelve years ago to describe a method of retrieving data from a server without requiring a page refresh. Amongst many other amazing features, jQuery is known for making the whole AJAX process way simpler. In this article, I have compiled ready-to-use code snippets for everyday needs: sending data with the GET and POST method, retrieving text or Json from remote pages, and more.

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Umbrella JS: A tiny yet powerful alternative to jQuery

jQuery has been by far the most popular JavaScript library for the last 5 years. It’s powerful, easy to use, and widespread. However, the latest jQuery release is 250kb. Since website speed is extremely important, what about giving a try to Umbrella JS, which is only 4kb? Let’s have a look at this new and promising JavaScript library.

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JavaScript without jQuery: Tips and practical examples

jQuery is extremely popular amongst front-end developers and is the preferred JavaScript framework of most coders. But even if jQuery can simplify your JS development and add a lot of possibilities, there’s cases where you can’t use jQuery. Here is tips and practical examples about how to do things you usually done with jQuery without using the popular framework.

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Hyper Useful, Ready To Use HTML Snippets

HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this user guide, I have compiled

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How to Create a CSS Progress Bar

The newest additions to both the HTML and CSS specifications allow web developers to craft beautiful and user-friendly components. Amongst those components, progress/loading bars can contribute to making your website

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Exemple: WordPress AJAX forms using wp_nonce_field

When creating a WordPress theme or plugin, AJAX is often used in order to enhance the user experience. In order to ensure security and protect your site against several types of attacks including CSRF, WordPress provides security tokens called nonces. In this article, I’ll show you how to use nonces to protect AJAX requests on a WordPress site.

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Stunning examples of CSS loaders

Using modern CSS techniques, it has never been easier to create any kind of a loader/spinner. This article showcases over 40 different techniques and styles.

10 awesome HTML5 audio players

Among other great features, the new HTML5 specification allow native audio streaming. In this article, I have compiled the 10 most awesome HTML5 audio players available today.

Top 10 best practices for front-end web developers

Front-end web developent can seem to be easy at first, but producing a clean, semantic, and cross-browser code is definitely a hard job. In this article, I have compiled the top 10 best practices that have been useful to me in the past 3 years.

10+ useful online code editors

As a developer, your main tool is obviously those that will allow you to turn your ideas into code: A text editor. As time go by, more online text editors are created that can help you code from any computer with internet access. In this article, let’s have a look at 10+ useful online
code editors.

Top 10 Javascript slideshows, carousels and sliders

When you’re looking for a very eye-candy way to display your content, slideshows are always a good choice. Here’s our selection of 10 cross-platform, absolutely stunning slideshows, carousels and sliders, based on Mootools, JQuery, Yahoo! User Interface, and Script.aculo.us.