Best jQuery Other API Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
Facebook event creator is used for creating events on facebook. So after adding some awesome tutorials on facebook I have now created facebook style event creator for you. This is awesome piece of script. Hope you will like it.
In order to display facebook comments on your page you would normally follow the instructions on this page. This works great if you just have a single page that you want to comment on, but for my scenario I wanted the comment box to appear fresh for each photo that the lightbox displayed. In order to do this, the first thing you’ll need to do is omit the 2nd bit of code that Facebook generates for you on the afore mentioned page:
There are so many web applications available for shortening URLs to share online. TinyURL is one of the originals and has been around longer than I can even remember. Their service is always online and it works perfectly for translating into tweets or posts on Facebook.
In this tutorial I want to build a mini-app which will generate tiny URLs right from your web browser. You could install this script on any domain and you’ll be able to generate dynamic links using Ajax without even refreshing the page! Their service doesn’t have a detailed API but it’s enough that we can pass a full URL and get the tiny version back as a result. And that’s just enough functionality for this app to hold some value when hosted on a 3rd party website.
To add a badge all you need to do is add the link inside a DIV with the class
flickrbadge and the script does the rest for you. You can use as many badges as you want in the same document. You can also only show pictures of your photo stream tagged with a certain tag.
In this tutorial I am going to create a stylish Tweet book to keep your best friends and view their Tweets. As you complete this tutorial you will gain knowledge in working with jQuery and CSS to create a stylish book design. You will also learn to work with the Twitter API using jQuery and AJAX.
You want to put your data on a searchable, filterable map. This is a free, open source tool to help you do it.
- clean, full screen layout
- new mobile and tablet friendly using responsive design
- address search (with variable radius)
- geolocation (find me!)
- new RESTful URLs for sharing searches
- results count (using Google’s Fusion Tables API)
- ability to easily add additional search filters (checkboxes, sliders, etc)
- Fix an issue with unescaped characters, e.g. hashes, in the search query.
- Fix an issue with ampersands in links in the
- Replace some deprecated HTML tags, e.g.
<b>, and fix other XHTML validation issues, e.g. using self-closing
- Fetch search results only once, rather than every few seconds (since Twitter sets a rate limit of 100 requests per-hour per-user, I found this to be necessary).
- Specify the number of tweets to return using an additional
- Remove the fade-in effect.
- Hyperlink each user’s profile image to their timeline.
Just like monitter, TwitStream utilizes the jQuery framework. Because jQuery is awesome.