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Programmers, assemble

archard

Joined: Jan 11 2007

Just wondering about the technical expertise of the community. I'm interested if there's anyone here who has experience in web development and could possibly help me out with some things. I'm particularly interested in people who are familiar with jQuery, or javascript in general. I'm pretty experienced at the server side, backend of development (PHP, MySQL, etc) but I lack a lot when it comes to client side stuff, which is what javascript is all about. I particularly would like to get familiar with AJAX, so I can do things like make a better shoutbox.

Even if you're not very experienced, make a post just cause I'm curious ;)

Re: Programmers, assemble

atukomanga

Shiny/Glowy object collector

Location: Orlando, Florida, United States of America

Joined: Jun 13 2008

I'm not a programmer, I'm an artist. If you ever need graphical work done, let me know. I'm able to do that more over...however, I'm not too good with programming.

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Re: Programmers, assemble

Krimson

Much nerdy love

Joined: Jun 01 2008

Just finished up a course in XHTML/Javascript last semester. Can't say I'm great with it, but I can handle some basic client-side scripting with ease. I'm happy to contribute if you think you could use my help.

You can PM me or e-mail me if you prefer:
[email protected]

Re: Programmers, assemble

yoshistrings

ヨッシー

Location: trapped in an egg

Joined: Oct 29 2007

artist here, too.

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ajrock2000

Joined: Aug 02 2007

familiarize yourself with jQuery (http://www.jquery.com) for all your ajax needs...I am a programmer and work with this stuff on a daily basis. I don't have any time to help out though.

Re: Programmers, assemble

Light Aligns

Joined: Jan 04 2009

I currently work mainly in a database and application environment (SQL Server 2005, VB, a small amount of web development in .asp/html and some javascript). I am also currently taking my second Java class which is supposed to start touching on some AJAX, but am not sure if it will. My time is very limited... but I may be able to help a little bit.

Re: Programmers, assemble

Krimson

Much nerdy love

Joined: Jun 01 2008

Oh, forgot to mention:

www.w3schools.com

It was extremely helpful in learning JavaScript, and I think they offer tutorials on a number of other server-side/client-side languages as well. They also offer certification in the languages they teach, which is good for the resumes of the up and coming web developers out there.

Re: Programmers, assemble

Light Aligns

Joined: Jan 04 2009

Another good website is:

http://www.functionx.com/

Pretty easy to follow along with and includes good examples.

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Vic9mm

The Fingerstyle Mechanic

Location: Dallas Texas

Joined: Aug 27 2008

yoshistrings said

artist here, too.

your drawing of yoshi holding a guitar does not count as art...lol...j/k

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Re: Programmers, assemble

michi2002k2

Joined: Oct 29 2007

I'm a student of business information systems and have some experience with client side javascript. I've mostly used Google Web Toolkit. It gives you the possibility to write your application in easy java code and compile it into a html page which contains javascript. Its pretty easy to use.
The bad thing is, its only connection to your backend is through servlets. This ones have to be interpreted by a special server. Like Tomcat or Resin.