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HowToJS – Just a Tip for Tooltips
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It is really easy to create and use tooltips completely on your own, without to including external scripts which depends on fat positioning libraries!

Just Vanilla: #06 – How about AJAX
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You don’t need jQuery to use XMLHttpRequests on your page. I’ll show you how you AJAXify your website with ease and with just Vanilla JavaScript!

5 Languages to build the Backend of your Website
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Wanna create a website but you don’t know which language you should choose? Check out this article and find your backend language out of 6!

Just Vanilla: #04 – Animations, the clean way \1
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Animations using vanilla JavaScript or CSS 3 can be so easy, that you don’t need any library for this! Read on and write cool animations on your own!

Just Vanilla: #03 – Event Handlers for everyone
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Event Handlers for everyone, that’s the main topic on this Just Vanilla JavaScript episode. Because you don’t need jQuery to listen to the events!

5 Sources to find new JavaScript libraries
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This 5 JavaScript Sources will help you to find and discover new JavaScript (Frontend and Backend based) libraries and tools.

5 JS Features, which you can’t use on Internet Explorer
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Just 5 (of uncountable) awesome JavaScript Features (partly ES 6), which you can’t use on the complete Internet Explorer Browser Family. (+ RANT)

Just Vanilla: #02 – The easy way to play with classNames
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The second part of our “Just Vanilla – Why you don’t need a library like jQuery” series shows you how you can handle your elements classNames on your own!

Just Vanilla: #01 – You don’t need a Selector Engine
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The first part of our “Just Vanilla – Why you don’t need a library like jQuery” series deals with the heavy Selector Engines used by these (like Sizzle).

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