Today’s post is a rather short and simple one. In most client-based games today, you can move using your keyboard. Browser-based games, however, are usually controlled using the mouse. But though using the arrow or WASD keys to interact with web pages is not too common, it can still be quite useful.
$(document).bind('keydown', 'Ctrl+c', fn);
Sometimes, however, you want to do things yourself and not use a plugin. Continue reading →
First, let me start by explaining the purpose of this blog. I usually think that the best time to explain why something is starting is at the beginning… so here goes.
There are a lot of sites, blogs, and portals around that teach and explain how to do this or that in web development, so you may be asking, why do we need another one? Simple – We can never have enough. No, really. I started learning web development about 10 years ago, and ever since then I find myself constantly in search of more sites, and many of the sites I’ve found have managed to teach me something new, so I really do think we can’t have enough, especially this day and age.
There’s another reason for my starting this blog. As I mentioned, quite a large chunk of the things I know, I’ve learned from other people’s blogs and sites, so I think it’s about time I started giving back to the community.
I plan to update about once a week with new projects/parts. This week we will start with a simple game of tic-tac-toe. You probably know this one and it will be easy and fun to write, so stay tuned.
Until next time,