Wysiwyg: What you see is what you get editor

I created a wysiwyg editor using Javascript, jQuery, HTML5 and bootstrap for designing. It has some basic formatting options. I will keep adding and making it robust. But it is yours to use for the purpose. Here is the link to demo. It is compatible with firefox and chrome for now but not that much… Continue reading Wysiwyg: What you see is what you get editor

Backbone.js: MVC framework for Javascript – Views

In the previous post, we saw Routers of Backbone. Views as name suggests give views to your page, form whatever. In a single page application, each page has a view and they in result have multiple form views eg- one for login, one for home, one for landing page. How it is done? As we… Continue reading Backbone.js: MVC framework for Javascript – Views

Backbone.js: MVC framework for Javascript – Models

There are many MVC frameworks for Javascript. Spine.js and Backbone.js are most famous and used of all. But we’ll be seeing only Backbone.js here only. Before that, spine is fundamentally different from backbone. Spine strictly follows MVC model, while there is actually nothing like Views in backbone conceptually. Plus there is no controller either in backbone,… Continue reading Backbone.js: MVC framework for Javascript – Models

Refreshing a particular div

With the evolving and more dynamic web application. Refreshing particular part of the page is very much required. Recommended ads on Facebook use it. When we click on like ad, it sends the server tag of the ad the server recommends you another ad. The use of it I can think of is for Views.… Continue reading Refreshing a particular div

Pinterest: New buzz

Pinterest is a new website launched in March’10. Instead of going the traditional way, it used people’s interest as its base. Login is by invite only for now. You can pin your interests, see and re-pin other people’s interest, follow people having same interest. It do not give the social experience which Facebook gives but… Continue reading Pinterest: New buzz

jQuery plugin – cycle: Slideshow of your own in a sec

The jQuery Cycle Plugin is a slideshow plugin that supports many different types of transition effects. It supports pause-on-hover, auto-stop, auto-fit, before/after callbacks, click triggers and much more.   Requires: Javascript, jquery Using: Explanation:           Line 12: it means check if document is ready to apply javascript over it.    … Continue reading jQuery plugin – cycle: Slideshow of your own in a sec

Jquery post method for JSON in php files

jQuery is the awesomest thing I have came across so far. It makes things so easy one can easily understand why upon seeing example below. “post” method of jQuery is frequently used by many sites even Facebook and Google. You must have seen that log-in to Gmail doesn’t redirect/reload and tells you that username or… Continue reading Jquery post method for JSON in php files