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Collation Javascript Internationalization Tutorial

On top of the recent Internationalization … DateTime … and … Currency and Number …. work, today we add on some … Collation … and let’s see what Wikipedia says about it … Collation is the assembly of written information … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server Map Tutorial

Get a good map, and a goodly number of times you’ll want a map of smaller or larger scale than the one you have. Murphy’s Law? This is probably why in the wonderful woooooooorrrrrrrrlllllld of Google Charts they have included … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server Timeline Tutorial

Up to yesterday’s Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server User Tutorial‘s progress, our Capital City Find Matching Country Report web application project was all about … where (and capital of “what”) … but we often seek out a way to add … Continue reading

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Window LocalStorage Client Versus Server User Tutorial

The inherent weakness with our current Capital City Find Matching Country Report web application project, to our minds, was that places of interest are not restricted to the Capital Cities of Countries, especially when “Trip Planning”. On the other hand, … Continue reading

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Window SessionStorage Client Versus Server Order Tutorial

If we are to honour our thoughts of being able to use our current Capital City Find Matching Country Report web application as a Trip Planner … Our primary integration today is to (software) integrate the great Weather Underground and … Continue reading

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User Controlled Dynamic Javascript YouTube Embedded API Ajax Tutorial

Around here we have our favourite Javascript and PHP function names. And in that list, the Javascript “ajaxit([argument1])” features strongly and commonly. After reaching below the sink After talking excitedly to the kitchen taps about my plans … oddly, receiving … Continue reading

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User Controlled Dynamic Javascript YouTube Embedded API Ordered Tutorial

We think that whenever you … deprive many people of “order” in their lives … they’ll crave for (and maybe seek out) “order” … and when you … deprive many people of “randomosity” in their lives … they’ll crave for … Continue reading

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One Image Your Own Slideshow Dynamic CSS Filters and Transforms Tutorial

Up to the One Image Your Own Site Dynamic CSS Filters and Transforms Tutorial of yesterday, we’ve talked about random image orderings and arrangements. But if we are offering the functionality of a user defined numeric image sequence, it could … Continue reading

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