[#Coding] 15 Interesting #JavaScript and #CSS Libraries for June 2017

From Tutorialzine 15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for June 2017:


 15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for June 2017Our list of recommended web dev resources for the month of June. It features a plugin for CSS-only tooltips, a JavaScript code formatter, plus other new frameworks and utilities.



[#Tutorial] Getting Started With The #JavaScript Web Animation API

From TutorialzineGetting Started With The JavaScript Web Animation API:

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Adding animations to web interfaces makes pages and apps feel more responsive and interactive. A side menu that smoothly slides out of view provides a much better user experience then a menu that just disappears when you close it. So far creating web animations was done either via CSS transitions, CSS keyframes, or an external library such as Animate.css or Velocity. Thanks to a new native JavaScript API, we are now able to freely animate any HTML element without ever having to leave our .js file.



[#Coding] 15 #JavaScript and #CSS Libraries for May 2017

From Tutorialzine15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for May 2017:

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The mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month they release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that they’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention. monthly compilation of web dev resources is here and it is packed with awesome frameworks, plugins, and other useful freebies.



[#Tutorial] 10 Machine Learning Examples in #JavaScript

From Tutorialzine10 Machine Learning Examples in JavaScript:

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A collection of cool libraries and web experiments that will help JavaScript developers make their first steps in machine learning.



[Tutorialzine] 15 Interesting #JavaScript and #CSS Libraries for April 2017

From Tutorialzine15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for April 2017:


15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for April 2017
This April we have prepared for you a wonderful list of web dev resources, including some React libraries, a framework for cross-browser extensions, and a JavaScript physics engine! Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.



[#Coding] 10 Machine Learning Examples in #JavaScript

From Tutorialzine10 Machine Learning Examples in JavaScript:

10 Machine Learning Examples in JavaScript


A collection of cool libraries and web experiments that will help JavaScript developers make their first steps in machine learning. The web ecosystem has made a lot of progress in recent times and although JavaScript and Node.js are still less performant than Python and Java, they are now powerful enough to handle many machine learning problems. Web languages also have the advantage of being super accessible – all you need to run a JavaScript ML project is your web browser.



[#Tutorial] Creating a slick, animated Full Screen Search Form with #CSS3 and #JavaScript

From Javascript Kit – Latest Tutorial Listings For CSSCreating a slick, animated Full Screen Search Form with CSS3 and JavaScript:


Creating a slick, animated Full Screen Search Form with CSS3 and JavaScript
The trend for search boxes these days has been bigger and bolder. In this tutorial we’ll code a well engineered full screen search form with CSS3 and JavaScript.



[Tools] 20 Awesome PHP Libraries For Early 2017

From Tutorialzine20 Awesome PHP Libraries For Early 2017:

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A curated list of some of our favorite open-source PHP libraries and frameworks from the last couple of months.



[Tutorial] Quick Tip: The Easiest Way To Show Browser Notifications

From TutorialzineQuick Tip: The Easiest Way To Show Browser Notifications:

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The JavaScript Web Notification API allows both desktop and mobile browsers to display notifications with custom content. Although it’s support used to be quite inconsistent, the API is now compatible with most modern browsers and we are already seeing it implemented in many websites and apps. In this article we will show you the quickest way to set up browser notifications using the open-source Push.js library.



[Tutorial] Introduction To Chatbots

From TutorialzineIntroduction To Chatbots:

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We dive into the futuristic world of chatbots and talk about how they work, what they can be used for, and what it takes to get one up and running.



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