jQuery animate Example with CSS, Duration and Easing

Animation is one of the key aspects of jQuery. It is such a big feature set that it has multiple different functions built inside jQuery library. jQuery animate is sort of custom function along with the other animation functions. You can animate almost any CSS style there is and create very good looking user interfaces by doing smooth transitions and effects according the to the actions made by the user. Continue reading jQuery animate Example with CSS, Duration and Easing

jQuery after Definition and Example

With jQuery after you can add content after the specified selector. The content can be anything and the selector can be any element that is found on a web page. The content most often is a new HTML element or plain text. The selector should be an selector or a already initialized jQuery object that corresponds to real element on a page. Remember that jQuery.after() can only be applied to real elements so you can’t use it on virtual variables that are not yet in the page. Continue reading jQuery after Definition and Example

jQuery addClass with Explanation and Example

This function can help you daily. It simplifies the web development a lot and allows you to do complicated styling using classes. jQuery addClass does what is says. It adds a class to the object now under modification. It has no side effects and it really does only one simple thing add a class. It provides a powerful combination with removeClass() and toggleClass() to class handling. Continue reading jQuery addClass with Explanation and Example

Symfony vs Laravel – The Battle of Old and New

Question that arise for many new projects with PHP as their main back end language which web framework should I choose. How can you make a decision between Symfony and Laravel?

These two PHP web frameworks are currently the two most used. They have a lot in common and Laravel actually uses some parts of Symfony, but in the end its a world of its own. Even though they have a lot in common, they also differ in many ways from each other. The basic object oriented model and model view controller pattern is in the heart of both. Continue reading Symfony vs Laravel – The Battle of Old and New

JavaScript Semicolons Are Not Necessary

Did you know that when you are writing JavaScript, most of the time you don’t actually need to use semicolon in the end of the line. In most programming languages semicolons are mandatory in the end of the line. But in more modern languages, like JavaScript, Python or Swift, this tradition has been cut off. These languages handle the the ending of a statement some other way. Continue reading JavaScript Semicolons Are Not Necessary