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  • New Goodies

  • CSS3 Multi-column Layouts

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

  • Using Built-in Vaadin Themes in your HTML5 Applications

    Rob Gravelle describes how Vaadin uses themes to give your applications a consistent and refined appearance using the Exercises Catalog application that we built in the previous installment.

  • Intermediate Web Page Graphics

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

  • Getting Fancy with the JavaScript For Loop

    Rob Gravelle shows how to use the comma to extend each of the for loop statement's three evaluation parts - initialize, condition, and increment - to take your for loops to a whole new level.

  • HTML5 FAQ

    From Web Workers to Web Storage, this article will take a look at some of the most common HTML5 frequently asked questions (FAQ).

  • Featured Goodies

  • A Guide to JavaScript Fuzzy Search Libraries

    Blame it on Google, but today's web surfers expect the search process to know what they mean even when they themselves aren't sure that they are looking for. That's where fuzzy searching comes in. Rob Gravelle reviews a few such libraries for JavaScript.

  • Using Views in Apache Cordova

    In Apache Cordova apps, the first (and sometimes the only) view that comes up upon starting your app is called the Home View. Rob Gravelle explains how to configure your Home View to perform a search and display the results within the same page.

  • Apache Cordova Persistence Options

    The Apache Cordova Mobile Framework relies entirely on web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create cross-platform mobile apps. Rob Gravelle explains how Apache Cordova's use of client-side technologies opens up a wealth of storage possibilities.

  • Persistence in Java EE Applications

    A major enhancement in EJB 3.0 is the addition of the new Java Persistence API (JPA), which simplifies entity persistence and adds new capabilities to EJB 2.1. The Java Persistence API deals with the way relational data is mapped to Java objects called "persistent entities", as well as the way that these objects are stored so as to make them available across multiple application sessions. In this Article, Rob Gravelle demonstrates how to create an Entity class that conforms to the JPA.

  • Create a Java EE Web Application using the Glassfish Server

    Not long after Java first released Java Beans, the Spring Framework was introduced. Now, Oracle, the makers of Java, have fought back with the EJB 3.1 spec. Rob Gravelle demonstrates how to create a Java EE application project and configure a Glassfish server in the Eclipse IDE.

  • Beyond HTML

  • 10 Tips for Creating a Responsive WordPress Site

    In this article we’re going to look at ten different ways of building a responsive WordPress site. For some of you, nothing is more appealing than to build a site from scratch, but that’s not necessary unless you’re a hard-core programmer. Instead, we’ll look at tools and methods to make the process easier.

  • Working with Tables Using jQuery

    HTML tables' cumbersome tag structure make them difficult to work with in a dynamic way - without jQuery that is. Its DOM and iteration utility methods allow you to manipulate table cells without having to worry so much about the tags.

  • Primers

  • CSS3 Multi-column Layouts

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

  • Intermediate Web Page Graphics

    Following on the previous article (Basic HTML: Adding Images), here is more information on the main web formats, which are JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PNG-8, along with examples of each. In addition you will learn more about SEO and some basic placement of images on your web pages with CSS3.

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