Tag: web development
I am here not talking about Server-side improvements. I am here talking about Front-End improvements that really affects the web page speed.
The time spent till the website is running on the client’s browser. If we analyze that time, we will get:
Request Time (in milliseconds)
Server Process Time, or response time (usually in milliseconds)
Downloading web page and files into browser (few to several seconds, depending on internet speed)
Rendering on browser.
Drang n’ Drop in HTML 5 is supported by: IE9+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4+, Opera 11+ and Chrome 12+. But its not supported yet for touch devices like Touch Mobiles and Tablets.
Hi reader,I have collected 15 free ebooks for front-end development to put it between your hands. Not all are PDF files, some are websites and online samples.
Komodo Edit (Windows, Mac, Linux)
It has syntax coloring, folding, background syntax checking, auto-complete and calltips. It also includes libraries for autocompletion for jQuery, Ext JS, Ruby on rails and more.
I just recommend Komoodo Edit.
In the last jQuery Animate article I wrote, I mentioned how to use the .animate() function with few tricks.
But here, I am going to write about jQuery Animate function in general and I will explain few things and some tricks.
The jQuery Animate is a smart object because could be used at any syntax.
We can use the default syntax of this function as follow:
/* params */ },
/* integet time period in milliseconds */