When building a responsive website or app, jQuery can be of great help. In fact, it can take the whole mobile user experience to a new level. In this article, I have compiled my favorite jQuery tips and tricks for making and enhancing responsive sites.
As a web developer or online publisher, you have to deal with poorly formatted text files on a daily basis. So how to survive in this jungle of HTML written on Word files, messy PHP source code and minified CSS? This article showcases the current most interesting online formatting tools in order to make your editing faster, easier and more efficient.
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.
Webforms are a crucial part of every website: this is how a visitor interacts with the site. Unfortunately, webforms are most of the time annoying or even painful for internet users. I've compiled super useful tips in this article in order to create better webforms and make your visitors happier.
Using open-source components makes it really easy and quick to build powerful front-end elements for websites or apps. In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can easily create an editable table using PureCSS and jQuery.