HTML5 Web Apps
jQuery JS: on the server,
Devices, on SmartPhones,
I/O w/Physical Devices,
to Automation: Living beyond yourself.
(A Google drive
you have information about this work, please
code editing tool. In the book, you'll not only learn about objects and arrays
and debugging, but also walk through several projects, such as building a
platform game in your browser. There's even a code sandbox so you can download
source code from the chapters or edit and run your own code.
OOP in JS
tutorials, examples, and notes.+
to the Server environment.
openjscad.org makes your browser a powerful
text based CAD language
Great discussion of options for OOP object oriented programming (or not)
https://jsfiddle.net/ very nice hosting
and editing site, allows you to write js, html, css in your browser and see
the result, then save, share, collaborate. Like
Google Coder without the backend.
http://jsconsole.com/remote-debugging.html Remote debugging
of important algorithms, then debug (step, breakpoints, etc...) the code
while viewing variables, output, and call
methods. Facilitates CSS properties and other parameters alteration along
timeline. Supports parallel effects sets and effects chains. Has extended
set of callbacks to adjust behavior.+
http://www.openjs.com/ Open source
Routines for color calculations. Very complete.
Make content into tabs like a wizard.+
http://navahogunleg.net/blog/?page_id=56 A BASIC interpreter
3d dynamically in the browser!
Tons of them
java scriplets and tutorials
Web Video Graphics
[6,2,-2,-7].sort() gives -2, -7, 2, 6 Despite being declared
as numbers in the array, the default sort comparison treats them as strings.
So both strings starting with "-" come before "2" and "6", but then "2" is
less than "7" in the strings. You have to pass
sort() a function that
does a numerical comparison e.g. [6,2,-2,-7].sort((a,b) => a >
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