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A quick and painless description of JavaScript Hoisting

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In this tutorial, we'll investigate how the famed hoisting mechanism occurs in JavaScript. Before we dive in, let's get to grips with what hoisting is. Hoisting is a JavaScript mechanism where variables and function declarations are moved to the top of their scope before code execution.
 
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Html5 Onclick Event Attribute Example

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In HTML and JavaScript parlance an event can be either something the browser does or something the user does. What this means is that both the browser and the user can trigger an event. An example of a user triggered event is a button click.
 

Validation Compare Passwords Example

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Here I will explain how to implement compare validator in asp.net mvc using DataAnnotations with example or asp.net mvc validation to compare two properties with examples or validation to compare passwords in asp.net mvc with example or Compare properties in model using DataAnnotations in asp.net mvc with example. In asp.net mvc we can easily implement compare validation on model properties by using DataAnnotations compare property.
 

Create a Random Quote Generator with JSON

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Presenting every visitor to your site with a random quote is a popular way to personalize a user’s experience. Often the quotes are stored in an external file, but if the corpus is relatively small - a dozen entries or less - it’s more efficient to store them directly the page, within their own script:
 

How to Draw Charts Using JavaScript and HTML5 Canvas

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In this tutorial I will show you how to use JavaScript and the canvas as a means to display numerical information in the form of pie charts and doughnut charts. A chart is a statistical tool used to graphically represent numerical data. A pie chart displays that numerical data as a circle divided into slices. The size of each slice is proportional to the numeric value that it stands for.
 

Logging Errors in Client-Side Applications

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Logging is an important part of any software application, both during active development and when it’s running in production mode. When you’re working on the server, there are hundreds of libraries available to you regardless of your server-side language of choice, a wide range of storage mechanisms, and all sorts of tools you can use to work with the resulting logs. In this article I’ll look at some of the ways in which you can implement logging in a client-side application; particularly in a JavaScript-heavy, single-page application (SPA).
 

How to Create Checkout Form

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In this tutorial, we are going to create a Shopping Checkout Form using HTML, CSS3 and a little bit of jQuery. We’re going to use Google Fonts for this tutorial, specifically Montserrat.
 

Getting Started With Paper.js: Animation and Images

Getting Started With Paper.js: Animation and Images Icon
This tutorial will cover how to animate items in Paper.js. Later sections of the tutorial will also cover image manipulation and how you can manipulate the colors of individual pixels. The library also enables you to create rasters from vectors which will be covered in the end.
 

Make Dynamic Tables in Seconds from Any JSON Data

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If this sounds familiar, then Tabulator is the library for you. Tabulator is a lightweight jQuery UI plugin designed to make building complex interactive tables a doddle, using only a few lines of JavaScript you can turn almost any data source into a beautifully formatted interactive table. In this tutorial I will take you through the basics of creating your first Tabulator, then expand on some of the options available to add extra features to your tables.
 

Tips for using async functions

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The foundation of async functions is Promises. That’s why understanding the latter is crucial for understanding the former. Especially when connecting old code that isn’t based on Promises with async functions, you often have no choice but to use Promises directly. For example, this is a “promisified” version of XMLHttpRequest...
 

JQuery Mobile Lesson 2

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Today we continue our lessons about jQuery Mobile. In this lesson we will look at examples of jQuery Mobile initialization, creation of pages, event handlers, page transitions and other.
 

Replace jQuery’s Ready() with Plain JavaScript

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The ready method was implemented in jQuery to execute code when the DOM is fully loaded. Since it executes the given function when all DOM elements are available, you can be sure that trying to access or manipulate elements will work. Before jQuery 3.0, the typical usage with a anonymous function looked like this:
 

Prototyping reactive interfaces with an adapted JavaScript Observer pattern

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Did you think this piece was going to have something to do with React, the JavaScript framework? It doesn’t. Therefore, move along you lot; there’s another bazillion posts out there for you. By the same token, if you are a Computer Science graduate and already know what an Observer pattern is and why you would use it, you can probably save yourself any further reading.
 

Building a JavaScript 3D Minecraft Editor

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I’ve always wanted to build a 3D game. I’ve just never had the time and energy to learn the intricacies of 3D programming. Then I discovered I didn’t need to… I wanted to simulate a Minecraft world (or a tiny part of it at least). Minecraft is a sandbox game, in which you can break and place blocks. I wanted the same kind of functionality, but with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
 

Yarn vs npm: Everything You Need to Know

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Yarn is a new JavaScript package manager built by Facebook, Google, Exponent and Tilde. its purpose is to solve a handful of problems that these teams faced with npm, namely: installing packages wasn’t fast/consistent enough, and there were security concerns, as npm allows packages to run code on installation...
 

Search JavaScript Arrays Efficiently with includes and indexOf

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Searching through arrays has traditionally involved writing an exhaustive loop that inspected each element in the array, checking if they matched a particular value. Thankfully, modern JavaScript provides two solutions that are far more efficient: one new in JS 2015, and one a little older.
 

Getting Started With Paper.js: User Interaction

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There is a global tool variable that only exists in scripts which contain handler functions to interact with either the mouse or the keyboard. This variable gives you access to properties like minDistance, which is the minimum distance after which the mouse can again fire the onMouseDrag event, since it was last fired. Similarly, the property maxDistance allows you to specify a maximum distance after which the onMouseDrag event needs to fire again. Paper.js also has a ToolEvent object.
 

Canvas Animation: Random Bounce In a Box

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In the last article I demonstrated literally straightforward animation, moving a square from one side of the canvas drawing element to the other. In this piece, I’ll show continuous motion of a circle in many different directions, a useful lesson in how to develop a complete JavaScript canvas animation:
 

How to add / import javascript dependencies dynamically into your html

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Today i'm gonna show you, how to import / add javascript dependencies dynamically to your html files. I'm playing with object orientation in javascript and in this context, I've created a class that does exactly that and I'd like to share with you.
 

Control Element Visibility with Opacity

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We can use opacity to control the visibility of elements on the page – anything from completely transparent to completely opaque Here are a couple of tips when using opacity to ensure the right parts of the element are semi-transparent and to demonstrate how we can create fading effects without relying on JavaScript effects libraries.
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