6 New AJAX and JavaScript Calendars and Timelines

May 29, 2009

iCal-like CalendarThis is a nice post by Paul Spoerry of http://www.paulspoerry.com that lists six highly efficient and unobtrusive JavaScript Calendars and Timelines.

Source: http://www.paulspoerry.com/2009/03/09/6-new-ajax-and-javascript-calendars-and-timelines/


MIT Simile Timeline Project

May 29, 2009

Screenshot of the Simile TimelineScreenshot of the Simile TimelineCalendars and Timelines seem to be sprouting all over the net these days. And they should be. Calendars are becoming more common as a household item for selecting dates. Timelines show the user information in an organized way that lets the user drag the change the date and time with convenience. If you want to see a really slick JS Timeline script, look at this: http://www.simile-widgets.org. These are applications made by MIT Simile Project to enhance the web with existing technologies.

Source (Timeline): http://www.simile-widgets.org/timeline/


15 Days of jQuery

May 28, 2009

This is a Highly Recommended site with advanced jQuery codes to let your site compete with the Big Guys. Includes tutorials on making draggable/droppable contents, writing unobtrusive JS codes, multiple file upload, and last but not the least, creating Rounded Corners

Source: http://15daysofjquery.com/


Learning jQuery

May 28, 2009

Learning  jQuery provides the user with tons of jQuery (the nifty JS library) tutorials, tricks and tips. Visit Learning jQuery @ http://www.learningjquery.com/


Simple Guide: How To Get Started With jQuery

May 28, 2009

This article by Jon Phillips dives headfirst into jQuery syntaxes and what’s more, he also teaches you to write your first jQuery script.

Source: http://spyrestudios.com/simple-guide-how-to-get-started-with-jquery/


Using Google AJAX Libraries API

May 28, 2009

Google’s AJAX Libraries API provides an easy and swift way for including the popular JavaScript libraries in dynamic websites. Usually, we send the required JavaScript libraries from our server to the user. This will take varying amounts of time if the website is accessed from different parts of the world. And if caching is not taken care by the programmer we would be sending the same file over and over again. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could provide the libraries from a place closer to the user? thats exactly what Google AJAX Libraries API does – Acquestech

Source: http://www.acquestech.com/2009/01/google-ajax-libraries-api/