Demo

We'd like to take a moment to give you a tour of the www.jsphp.com website with a view to helping you discover what features are available. The demo takes about 20 minutes.

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The demo works by loading a HTML frameset with instructions on the left-hand side of the main content.

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: Demo Jenny Nguyen 2012-08-05 09:53
Starting on the demo now. :) There's my start time at the top right.
: Demo Jenny Nguyen 2012-08-05 10:33
And done.
: Demo John Marshall 2012-07-08 22:54
Hello,

This looks like what I have been looking for.  As a relatively new beginner in writing computer code I have been looking for alternative ways to educate myself in javascript, html, and css to help me with creating and working with web based natural resource management tools.  I have recently started creating and have posted a web page on the internet:

mitigationcreditdebit.com

It is intended to be a work in progress and is basically now my primary work space to use trial and error to learn this "code stuff."  Today I am specifically looking for directions on how to assign a data type (currency) to one of my javascript based arithmetic outcomes.  I am currently writing all my code in Notepad ++ and uploading the html, css, and occasional jpg to my IPS via FileZilla.

John Marshall
: Demo John Elliot 2012-07-15 07:19
Hi John,

Welcome to jsphp.co! If you're looking for help learning about JavaScript try heading over to ProgClub and registering there. ProgClub runs forums (mailing lists) where you can ask your JavaScript/HTML/CSS questions and we'd be happy to help you.

The focus at jsphp.co is the PHP API library and you could help out with that and learn a thing or two about software development and JavaScript by hacking on some unit tests for us.

Good luck with your journey into software development.

Regards,
John Elliot.
: Demo Virgil L Deemer 2012-04-25 17:50
Will check it out.
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