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Open-Source Chat Client Lets Users Converse

On-site (and in-app) chat is a powerful mechanism for brands to deepen digital engagement with consumers and there are dozens of commercial grade, enterprise-level solution providers ready, willing, and more than capable of serving...

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Develop A Mobile Strategy Like It's 1999

:: By Stephen Forte, Telerik :: Mobile is everywhere and with its necessary integration into all sides of business, developers face numerous obstacles when implementing a successful mobile strategy – from user experience to standards...

Intense Images for the Full Screen

There is no shortage of image-related scripts circulating the Web, but Intense Images can put a new spin on your essential visual content. The stand-alone javascript library (no jQuery) is ideal for viewing images on the full screen...

Google Indexing JavaScript

Within the last three months the highest number of websites that Google has had indexed (found and logged by the search engine) at any one time was more than 50 billion . Google’s ability to read a website is critical to the...

Make a Flipbook Magazine with Turn.js

Your average Web user is looking for richer and more engaging interactions within their digital experience. That is challenging on both creative and technical levels but there are solutions emerging which make quick work of this more...

What is TypeScript?

Have you heard of TypScript, yet? That’s Microsoft’s new JavaScript-like programming language that the company just released a developer preview of a few weeks ago. TypeScript is translated into good old JavaScript so that...

Windows Server Host Now Features node.js Support

Over the last few years, server-side JavaScript implementation node.js has really picked up in popularity among developers, and because of this, utilizing the software system has become more of a priority for many Web hosting providers...

Responsive Drop-Down Navigation with SelectNav (JS)

There's a whole lot of interest right now on the part of both designers and those that employ them to make their digital properties as accessible as possible - meaning that they must work and appear well on desktop and mobile devices...

Getting Started with Frameworks

If you find yourself spending hours coding, recoding and coding again, know that there are some benefits to using frameworks. A Web application framework is designed to support the development of dynamic websites, Web applications...

Got Widgets?

They come in just about every size, shape and color and they are fast becoming one of the most common sights on the Web. That’s according to a company called Lijit, which develops widgets and recently released a study tracking...

Is Javascript Making A Comeback?

For a long period of time, the enriched-web juggernaut known as Adobe Flash seemed like it would remain the unchallenged king of the proverbial mountain. With the introduction of libraries such as jQuery and MooTools, it seems JavaScript...

10 Practical Prototype Extensions for Designers & Developers

You might have noticed that Website Magazine routinely features interesting jQuery plugins. There are options to jQuery however that Web designers and developers should seriously consider and one of those powerful alternatives is the...

New jQuery 1.3 JavaScript Library Available

A new release is available now for jQuery JavaScript library. Existing public APIs have been maintained, which means existing plugins should work just fine. Many new features, performance improvements, and method changes are in this...

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