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In this video, we talk about the break statement and the continue statement. Break statement is used to jump out (halt) of the loop in for example, for loops and while loops. Continue statement is used to jump over to the next loop, skipping the current one.
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In this video, we create our very own object. There are 2 ways to creating a custom object, and in this video I will show you one of them, and in the next video I will show you the other method. I also add properties to our object.
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In this video, we look at the two string methods: the match() and the replace(). The match method finds the exact string, and the replace method find the exact string and replaces it with a different one.
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In this video, we create a simple email validation you can use in your form. An email address has a general syntax (contains one @ symbol, a . symbol after the @ symbol, and so on), and checks whether the inserted text is following the general syntax/structure of an email.
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In this video, we look at the new version of CSS; the CSS3. CSS3 is currently still in development, but some of its features are already available to major web browsers. CSS3 adds a whole lot of new features to web development, from rounded borders, box and text shadows, to animations. With CSS3, you'll be able to create sleek websites without the need of using other languages such as jQuery.
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In this video, we write a quick event listener to hide the keyboard and lose the focus of the textfield when clicking onto somewhere in the window outside both the textfield and the keyboard.
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We continue to look at HTML DOM events, and in this video, I talk about onmousedown, onmouseup, and on focus! All 3 of them are fun and quite useful!
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In this video, we are going to look at the radial-gradient property in CSS3. This is similar to the linear-gradient property we looked at in the last video, expect this time we create circle (technically ellipse) gradients instead of a straight line.
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In this video, we look at functions with arguments, or parameters. With arguments, you can choose the value you want to pass through to the function. With arguments, you can create functions like addition and subtraction for calculators.
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In this video, we are going to look at how to change your background image size using CSS3. Up until now, the background image size depended on the size of the image you use, but with CSS3 you can change the size of your background image using CSS3. It's not the most fancy feature in CSS3, but it's still useful to know about it.
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We take a first look at Titanium Studio (briefly), and start creating out new project. We look at using the iPhone simulator and the Android emulator.
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In this video, we play around with the getTime() method shown in the last video.
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In this video, we will be adding an activity indicator in to our app. Activity indicators are those things that you see when you are waiting for something to load. For example, you see this circle image going round and round with a text "Loading..." next to it. It's really useful as it tells the user of your app that your app is loading something, and have not frozen.
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Get Dropbox through this link and get 500MB extra space! - http://db.tt/sgY59i5P Enable public folders in your Dropbox here! - https://www.dropbox.com/enable_public_folder Dropbox is a cloud storage & file synchronisation service which let you store files 'on the cloud', synch files and folders with multiple computers, and share folders with friends/families/colleagues. In this video, we look at how to make your files and folders public in Dropbox.
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We look at tabs and tabgroups in Titanium. When you create a new default project and run the simulator without changing the code, it'll display a two-tabbed application with windows, views and labels. We'll be creating that from scratch.
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In this video, I talk about comparison operators. The operators I looked at are the following: == is equal to === is exactly equal to != is not equal to !== is exactly equal to "less than sign" is less than "greater than sign" is greater than "less than sign"= is less than or equal to "greater than sign"= is greater than or equal to You need to know these comparison operators in order to play around with condition statements which we will look at in the next video.
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In this video, we will install Titanium Studio, the IDE we are going to be using to create our apps. Titanium Studio is similar to Aptana Studio, because Appcelerator acquired Aptana and created Titanium Studio from it. We will also look at installing Android and iPhone SDK in order to get ready to start coding!
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In this video, we look at scale and rotation animation in Titanium Mobile.
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In this video, we use the border-radius property we looked at in the last video, to create a simple and cool-looking circle picture frame. When you set the value of the border-radius to 50%, the border turns in to a complete circle. Then, you can add an image by using the background-image property.
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In this video, we create our first app from scratch. We look at creating the window, view and a label with the text "Hello World!" to create a simple app with the background colour of yellow with the text being displayed in the middle.
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