David Walsh
David Walsh is an eccentric programmer that finds a way to make things work. His expertise is in CSS, PHP, and MooTools javascript. You can read his ramblings at the David Walsh Blog (http://davidwalsh.name)
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    Master Developers: Dylan Schiemann (Dojo Creator)Dojo interview
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    One of the most prominent figures in the JavaScript and open-source world is Dylan Schiemann, and for good reason. Dylan appears at conferences all over the world, supports open source projects with the Dojo Foundation, and most importantly, leads the Dojo Toolkit project. I talked to Dylan about what he's up to today, the release of Dojo 1.8, what we can see in Dojo 2.0, and what his plans are for the future.Read More…
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    10 Reasons Why Your Projects Should Use the Dojo ToolkitDojo
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    The most powerful and underutilized JavaScript utility is one and the same: the Dojo Toolkit. While nearly every JavaScript framework or toolkit promises to do everything you need, the Dojo Toolkit makes the most compelling case for that statement being true. This post will cover many of the most powerful features of the Dojo Toolkit, and in doing so will make the case for why you should use the Dojo Toolkit for your next project.Read More…
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    Make your MooTools Code Shorter, Faster, and StrongerCode
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    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in February, 2010. MooTools is one of the most flexible, modular, and well written JavaScript frameworks available. So many people use it but many of them don't optimize their code. This post will provide you with fifteen simple tips for making your MooTools code shorter, faster, and stronger. Read More…
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    Sexy Animated Tabs Using MooTools200x200
    One modern, attractive way of placing a lot of content into a little space is by using a tab system. This tutorial will show you how to create a sexy, animated tab system complete with CSS sprites, cookies, and animated tab swapping. Read More…
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    Create a Twitter-Like "Load More" Widget200x200
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    Both Twitter and the Apple App Store use a brilliant technique for loading more information; you click the link and fresh items magically appear on the screen. This tutorial teaches you to use AJAX, CSS, Javascript, JSON, PHP, and HTML to create that magic. This tutorial will also feature both jQuery and MooTools versions of the script. Read More…
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    Twitter Emulation Using MooTools 1.2 and PHP200x200
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    People all over the world love Twitter because of how easy it is to use. All you need to do is type in your current status, click "Update", and you're done. What most people probably don't know is how simple it is to emulate Twitter's functionality. Using PHP, MySQL, and MooTools javascript, you can implement a Twitter-like status system in no time. Read More…