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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Stay Tutorial

With yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Trip Tutorial … we got to a destination on a trip … and today, as far as being online goes with this, we start thinking more about … your stay at that destination … new … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Trip Tutorial

We add onto yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Capitals Tutorial some Trip Planning functionality today. Don’t know about you, but we find ourselves mulling over maps for hours, wondering about far off lands. Now that Google Maps makes it so easy … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Capitals Tutorial

Having seen Toy Story 4 we were inspired enough to dedicate today’s blog post to all those onions out there dedicated to improving the layers of our understanding, all those “onions of the 4th dimension” out there! Because yesterday’s Ajax … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Email Tutorial

On top of the progress of yesterday’s Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Revisit Tutorial we have a dual purpose set of improvements today, those being … introduction of “long hover” functionality to the Ajax Autocompletion menus presented, whereby the Wikipedia and Google … Continue reading

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Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Revisit Tutorial

Way back in 2013 we touched on AutoCompletion ideas when we presented Ajax Auto-completion Internationalization Tutorial. Quite a bit of water under bridges, and here in 2019 we feel like extending its functionalities by … adding a data item (onto … Continue reading

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Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Quiz Wikipedia Tutorial

With the Teletext Country Capital Quiz section of the functionality of the web application of Overlay Iframe Remembering Textarea Client Wikipedia Tutorial we wanted a different style of Wikipedia integration. We wanted to help out the user with their wrong … Continue reading

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Google Places API Autocomplete Proof of Concept Primer Tutorial

Huge “where of life” concept ahead! Yes, we are trialling the great Google Places API, specifically a proof of concept use of autocomplete logic checking keyboard entered places letter by letter. Cute, huh? As you can imagine, “incumbency” is big … Continue reading

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Fruits Emoji Multiple Player Game Tutorial

Yesterday’s Fruits Emoji Game Primer Tutorial was a prototype version of a fairly simple quiz presenting Emoji “p” Fruit elements to aid with quizzing the user for an English answer. That “English” limitation still applies after today’s developments, and we’ll … Continue reading

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