Javascript Tutorials: Painless Techniques to Create Animation

With all those cool functionalities Javascript offers animating website elements have never been that easy. Since we have cool jQuery library in combination with CSS tricks one can create extensive animation.

Those who are familiar with jQuery know how it helps us in creating jQuery animation. Today we’ve brought to you some jQuery tutorials and techniques. The power of jQuery helps web developers create some interesting user-interface works. They are a branch of JavaScript and make the interaction with development code easier, thus making the work fast.

This fast growing technology gives the websites a more scope for entertainment and interaction at the same time. The drop down menus, drag elements, animations can be created in less amount of time as it reduces your amount of coding than JavaScript.

Feel free to check them out!

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Item Blur Effect with CSS3 and jQuery

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Lateral On-Scroll Sliding with jQuery

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Typography Effects with CSS3 and jQuery

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Hover and Click Trigger for Circular Elements with jQuery

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Fullscreen Image 3D Effect with CSS3 and jQuery

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Wave Display Effect with jQuery

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Scrollbar Visibility with jScrollPane

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Automatic Image Montage with jQuery

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How to Create Accordion Menu (CSS3+jQuery)

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Image Zoom Tour with jQuery

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jQuery Sticky Footer

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How to Make a Smooth Animated Menu with jQuery

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Shuffle Letters Effect: a jQuery Plugin

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Bubble Slideshow Effect with jQuery

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Making a jQuery Countdown Timer

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Additionally we’d like to share with you some more cool tutorials on jQuery:

Understanding design patterns in JavaScript

Solid design patterns are the basic building block for maintainable software applications. If you’ve ever participated in a technical interview, you’ve liked been asked about them. This tutorial by Tilo Mitra looks at a few patterns that you can start using today.

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Key principles of maintainable JavaScript

JavaScript is a curious language. It’s easy to write, but difficult to master. By the end of this tutorial by Jonathan Creamer, you’ll be able to transform your spaghetti code into a five-course meal, full of readable, maintainable yumminess!

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Introduction to JavaScript unit testing

You probably know that testing is good, says Jörn Zaefferer, but the first hurdle to overcome when trying to write unit tests for client-side code is the lack of any actual units; JavaScript code is written for each page of a website or each module of an application and is closely intermixed with back-end logic and related HTML.

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Build an immersive environment with CSS and JavaScript

Technologist Benjamin Bojko and art director Dan Mall show us how they created Activatedrinks.com. They’ll show you how to build an immersive environment using CSS and JavaScript.

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Useful jQuery function demos for your projects

Every aspiring web developer should know about the power of JavaScript and how it can be used effectively to enhance the ways in which see and interact with web pages, writes Sam Deering. Fortunately, to help us be more productive we can use the power of JavaScript Libraries.

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