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Image Control Manipulation in JavaScript

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Welcome to the home of the one and only JavaScript Guru. I will from here on our take you under my wing in the art of JavaScript. For the lesson […]

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Substring Method in JavaScript

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Knowing how to manipulate strings can become one of the most helpful tools in your bag of tricks in the wonderland known as JavaScript. One of the Methods we can […]

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Replace Method in JavaScript

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I hate to proof read my work. Now Imagine finding that you have built a site with very pertinent information, let’s say a biography , and you just so happen […]

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CoffeeScript, the Other JavaScript

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If you have been programming JavaScript for a while you may or may have not found yourself coming across funny little languages with “script” as the suffix. Well, let me […]

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JavaScript Conditional Operators

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Controlling the flow In this tutorial, we’ll see how we can use JavaScript’s conditional operators to control the flow of our application and make it perform different things based on […]

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Introduction to JavaScript Loops

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A Brief Introduction When dealing with sets of information in a program, it helps to be able to iterate over each piece of a set one by one, and perform […]

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Using the JavaScript IndexOf Method

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I hate skimming large documents looking for certain keywords or lines of text. Now imagine your boss gives you an assignment to you must find a particular line or word […]

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Creating JavaScript Classes

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A Brief Introduction In programming, a class is quite the invaluable tool. It helps to think of a class as a blueprint. In order for me to build objects in […]

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The JavaScript For…In Statement

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A Brief Introduction The JavaScript For…In statement is quite the handy tool. It allows us to loop through elements in an array, or properties in an object and perform a […]

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The JavaScript Try..Catch Statement

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We aren’t perfect (although some programmers will claim otherwise); therefore we need a way to catch the errors we make when we are writing our programs. JavaScript comes with a […]

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