Videos tagged with Nettuts
Welcome to Ruby on Rails From Scratch Week 4! This week we're going to talk about ruby syntax. After this tutorial, I believe that you'll have a much better understanding of the framework and feel much more comfortable doing things by yourself. Oh yeah, and there's a surprise this week - a screencast! So without further ado, here is week 4! Created by Connor Zwick.
So your client emails you and asks, "Can you put one of those flashy maps on my contact page so that users can actually see our building from a satellite's view?". You've used Google maps many times, but there is only one problem: you have no idea how to use the API. Well get out your spoon and dig in! Created by Jeffrey Way.
It's screencast time! This week, I thought I'd change things up just a bit. Today, I'll be going over two things. First, we'll take a look at how easy it is to edit static sites using the free service, CushyCMS. Next, we'll create a nice slideshow by using a jQuery plugin called "innerFade". Enjoy! Created by Jeffrey Way.
I'm happy to say that today, we are posting our very first article on ASP.NET. In this screencast, I'll show you how to implement a simple search functionality into your personal website. We'll go over many of the new features in ASP.NET 3.5, such as LINQ and many of the AJAX controls that ship with Visual Studio/Web Developer. Created by Jeffrey Way.
It seems that the obsession of the web design industry right now is the ability to create a "featured section". While it once may have required a great deal of skill, that is no longer the case. In this screencast, I'll show you how to easily create a scrollable featured section using one of Theme Forest's popular themes as a reference. Let's get into it! Created by Jeffrey Way.
You might think to yourself, "What is all the fuss with jQuery? You have to download a bunch of plugins to even make the library worth while.". First, that isn't true. Second, the jQuery library was specifically designed for that very purpose. By keeping the core library as small as possible - about 16 kb - users can then apply additional plugins at their own discretion. Today, I'll t...