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Bars Feature for Project Smart

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*Image from: Google Play Store – eBay App

Top and bottom bar menus (sticky headers/footers) are growing in popularity. Floating top and bottom menus can be found in websites and mobile applications everywhere.

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Dev: Project JS Smart 2017-05-18

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Project Smart is a no programming Javascript software suite. Smart allows anyone to apply new behaviors to their website, so you can focus on what really matters. Content creators and video stars should not have to learn programming, and they don’t have to with Smart.

Introducing new features: Duplicate, Calc, Placeholder.

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Dev: Project JS Smart 2016-12-23

Posted: , By Patcoola

Project Smart is a no programming Javascript software suite. Smart allows anyone to apply new behaviors to their website, so you can focus on what really matters. Content creators and video stars should not have to learn programming, and they don’t have to with Smart.

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Dev: Project JS Smart 2016-11-22

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Project Smart has evolved into a Attribute Javascript Framework. This Javascript software suite provides tons of front-end website behaviors so you can focus on content. No programming knowledge required.

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JS_Smart: Select Case Study

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The Smart Java Script library provides useful features to reduce the need for programming your website. In this case study I’ll demonstrate a common issue with the select element for page selection. Many webpages use the select element to provide a list of pages for the article. Selecting and going to the page address is not easy, especially for content creators using a content management system.

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Projects: jCoola Java Script Library

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The jCoola Java Script library is a full featured tool box for developers that won’t want to learn a new way to write Java Script. jCoola is cataloged based which allows developers to pickup and use functions from the catalog. jCoola has a very low learning curve by use of a lookup table reference. jCoola makes developing powerful cross browser applications easy.

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