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(Hypertext Markup Language)HTML is the language used to create Web pages for display in Web Browsers. HTML can be created directly with text editors or Web publishing programs, such as DreamWeaver, or it can be the output of other programs that make dynamic webpages on the fly. When you select "view source" from your Web browser, the code that you are viewing is HTML.:P
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How to Get and Set CSS Variable Values with JavaScript
CSS variables are a very welcome addition to the language, despite them being incredibly basic.  Sure we could use SASS or stylus but languages should never count on developers relying on framework...
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Script & Style Show: Episode 24: Meme Sites, Developing for Fun, and Podcasts with Lemon!
On this episode: Todd asks David what he wants to be for Halloween and quickly regrets it, while Todd reveals his somewhat controversial costume.  David and Todd then welcome Lemon, an amazing web ...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Array and Boolean
One of the annoyances of old-school JavaScript was side effects; then Array.prototype got methods like filter, map, and forEach so we didn’t need to burn variables before looping over values.  I ca...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Slides Review: Create Awesome Animated Websites
Many of the impressive product websites I see these days are single-page sites with elegant animations and responsive elements;  responsive images, responsive font-sizes, and responsive backgrounds...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Repeat Bash Prompts
I’m sure you wont be surprised when I tell you it’s my job to automate things in our my household.  My wife is tech savvy but she relies on me to make tech matters easy for everyone; I guess it’s f...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Twilio: the Ultimate Communication Tool
My favorite part of the mobile revolution was the explosion of communication tools.  I grew up chatting on AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, and other desktop messaging tools, so when mobile ph...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Popular Web Tools and Services Among Designers & Developers (Sponsored)
Today we will present you the most popular 30 web tools and services among designers and developers. We handpicked solutions that are offering the best functionalities, support, and pricing on the ...
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Object.freeze: Immutable Objects
One of my favorite part of JavaScript has always been mutability of objects.  I loved that MooTools and likewise frameworks could modify native prototypes to enhance them with functionality we knew...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Aliases with JavaScript Destructuring
Destructuring in JavaScript has totally changed the way JavaScript is written these days;  code is more concise to write but but, from a visual standpoint, the syntax of the language has changed so...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Script & Style Show: Episode 21: Third Party JavaScript and Web Performance with Charlie Vazac
On this week’s episode: David shrugs aside the scars of the week’s DevTools Debugger development to welcome this week’s guest:  Charlie Vazac.  Charlie boasts the title of Senior Architect at Akama...
David Walsh - Javascript
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Script & Style Show: Episode 22: JavaScript, Mentoring, and Blockchain with Kyle Simpson
In this episode:  David and Todd discuss the best holiday every:  National Cheeseburger Day.  After the salivation ended, David and Todd welcome Kyle Simpson, aka getify, to the show.  Kyle’s a wel...
David Walsh - Javascript
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How to Get Green Blood in PUBG
My current video game obsession is Player Unknown’s Battleground, also referred to as PUBG.  It’s an online multiplayer game which drops yourself and 99 others into a single, large map and you batt...
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