Tag: javascript

Build A JavaScript Drawing

JavaScript can be used as a drawing tool, bringing HTML and CSS elements to life on a web browser screen. Being able to make static pages look more appealing with graphical elements is a key part of web development, so learning how to make the most out of JavaScript’s drawing capabilities is critical. Consider trying…
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Build a JavaScript Animated Navigation Toggle

When you build website menus using only HTML and CSS, you’re limited to creating links that move the user from one static page to another—it’s JavaScript that allows for drop down, collapsible, and otherwise animated navigation features when you’re doing web development. Animated navigation toggles are another ubiquitous part of the internet landscape that you’ll…
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Build A JavaScript To-Do List

JavaScript is particularly handy for coding interactive lists that let users add, remove, and group items—something you can’t do with HTML and CSS alone. If you’re like me and have great intentions of setting up a to-do list (but never do), now’s your chance. Use your JavaScript chops to whip up a to-do list like this…
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A-Frame: VR in the Browser

A-Frame is a web framework for making VR games and environments in the browser. The last language you would expect to code VR in would be HTML, but A-Frame challenges your feeble expectations and has you code a game slap in the middle of an HTML file. A-Frame, being a web framework, loves hand-holding and…
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