Did you know that you can use localStorage to store JSON objects and arrays? Many times you will need quick access to these items and you shouldn’t have to duplicate calls with AJAX or store them in volatile sessions. Using localStorage, you can store key/value pairs as strings so in order to store objects and […]
Here is a really interesting plugin that I am about to implement into my current project for Verizon. I am not going to use it like the demo though. I am going to traverse an array that is populated by an API and reogorganize data by integer value. The animation effect will give some cool […]
This is an interesting little script. I am not sure of it’s cross browser functionality. In the next few years, you will see lots of this feature on sites and apps. I am thinking of a cool way to incorporate this into some responsive applications. I will hopefully post some examples of some cool uses […]
This plugin has some really cool effects. I particularly like the easing functions. There are so many reasons why you should use a plugin for these types of effects. Mostly because you can extend it with function callbacks and create some really cool effects with no performance degradation. Try it out. Transit
Check out this awesome jQuery plugin that can help to make big, bold headlines for your responsive sites. Possible alternative to using image replacement text like cufon. Give it a try! Slabtext
Implementing FLOT charting into a project is easy and very customizable. Ive been using FLOT for a while and you can extend it to do just about anything you need to. One important thing to remember so you do not pull your hair out is the importance of date format in time series data. Use […]
Here is a plugin I use for time stamping data. Mostly for things like twitter statuses and the like. Easy to use, easy to set up and works well.
If you are working with JQuery Mobile, one of the most frustrating things can be loading data via ajax only to see it unformatted after the page has been executed. JQuery uses timing stages to fire events when it loads. When a page is loaded into the DOM (If you dont know what this is, […]