Stuart on January 2nd, 2011

Using Jo and PhoneGap, you can create native iPhone/Android/Symbian applications which are both lightweight and responsive as well as pretty. Jo currently supports the follow platforms – webOS, iOS, Android, Symbian, Safari and Chrome.

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Stuart on January 1st, 2011

Sencha Animator comes as a desktop application used to create rich HTML5 animation. It’s currently in its infancy but could have real potential. There is one drawback at this point-in-time however; it requires a Webkit browser to work. This means it will work in Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Iphone, Ipad, Blackberry torch, Google Android and other Webkit based browsers. But it will not fully work in IE, Opera or Firefox. At least not until the CSS3 is fully supported (IE 9 claims support).

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Stuart on March 3rd, 2010

Over the next several articles we’ll be covering the “Basic Ajax usage with X”. For example, Basic Ajax usage with jQuery.

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Stuart on December 5th, 2008

Hey folks, I’m in the process of putting together some ideas for our upcoming JavaScript Coding Contests. Several years ago, I ran some coding contests on a PHP website (PHP Programming Contests)… they were great fun at the time, and ran for a couple of years. Since JavaScript seems to be the cool language now, [...]

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Stuart on November 23rd, 2008

Scott Guthrie, from Microsoft, has wrote about the new intellisense support for the jQuery library. jQuery support is now found in both Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express (free). There are a few steps involved in getting this new support – just the usually steps you would expect from Microsoft though, nothing [...]

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