Tweets count api in javascript/jquery

<script src=""></script>

function getTweetsCount(username, callback) { $.getJSON("*%20from%20html%20where%20url%3D'" + username + "'%20and%20xpath%3D'%2F%2Finput%5B%40id%3D%22init-data%22%5D'&format=json&", function (data) { callback(data.query.results.input.value.match(/statuses_count":(\d+)/)[1]); }); }

getTweetsCount('coding_4_devs', function (count) { $('#tweet-count').html("<h2>Tweet Count: "+count+"</h2>") });


<div id="tweet-count"> <h2>Loading...</h2> </div>

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Twitter follower count api in javascript/jquery

<script src=""></script>

function getTwitterFollowerCount(username, callback) { $.getJSON("*%20from%20html%20where%20url%3D'" + username + "'%20and%20xpath%3D'%2F%2Finput%5B%40id%3D%22init-data%22%5D'&format=json&", function (data) { callback(data.query.results.input.value.match(/followers_count":(\d+)/)[1]); }); }

getTwitterFollowerCount('coding_4_devs', function (count) { $('#follower-count').html("<h2>Twitter Followers Count: "+count+"</h2>") });


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Facebook page likes count api in javascript/jquery

You can get your Facebook page likes count in JavaScript/JQuery. You will require to pass your Facebook page id or Facebook page name and (App ID|App Secret).

You can get Facebook App ID and Facebook Secret Id from your developers account.

Visit and select your page in 'My Apps' and now you can get App ID and Secret ID.


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Get browser name in javascript

<script> var nAgt = navigator.userAgent; var browserName = navigator.appName; var nameOffset,verOffset,ix; if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("OPR/"))!=-1) { browserName = "Opera"; } else if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("Opera"))!=-1) { browserName = "Opera"; } else if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("MSIE"))!=-1) { browserName = "Microsoft Internet Explorer"; } else if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("Chrome"))!=-1) { browserName = "Chrome"; } else if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("Safari"))!=-1) { browserName = "Safari"; } else if ((verOffset=nAgt.indexOf("Firefox"))!=-1) { browserName = "Firefox"; } else if ( (nameOffset=nAgt.lastIndexOf(' ')+1) < (verOffset=nAgt.lastIndexOf('/')) ) { browserName = nAgt.substring(nameOffset,verOffset); if (browserName.toLowerCase()==browserName.toUpperCase()) { browserName = navigator.appName; } } document.write('Browser name = '+browserName) </script>

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Redirect after a time in Javascript

<html> <head> <script type="text/javascript"> function Redirect() { window.location=""; }

document.write("You will be redirected to main page in 10 sec.");
setTimeout('Redirect()', 10000);


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Object oriented programming in jquery/javascript

With the basics out of the way, we'll now focus on object-oriented JavaScript (OOJS) . This article presents a basic view of object-oriented programming with an example.


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Check background or foreground status of web app

I'd like to check weather my web application is running in background or foreground, You can check it very easily in JavaScript. hasFocus() is the function which tells that your window is active or not.

Here in below example I have create checkForeGroundBackGround() function and inside the body of it we check the window status.

We call back checkForeGroundBackGround() function periodically to check the status.

window.document.hasFocus() returns the web app status true if app is in foreground and false if app is in background. ...  Read More

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Check internet connection on webpage

We can check the internet connection so that if there is no internet in between we can let user know that no internet connection.
Here in below example we call the checkInternetConnection() function periodically. So that we can detect the internet connection on web page.

Here we are checking internet connection by navigator.onLine. It returns true if there is internet connection and returns false if there is no internet connection. 

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Calling a function after time interval in javascript

If you wanted to do some stuff after time interval so here is the solution for you.

Here setInterval() method will call test() method after each 2 seconds.

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Concatenating arrays in javascript

<button onclick="Concat()">Concat</button>
<p id="demo"></p>

var arr1 = [40, 100, 1, 5, 25, 10];
var arr2 = ['saurabh', 'sharma'];
var arr3 = ['Apple', 'Google',25];

function Concat() {
var concatenated_array = arr1.concat(arr2,arr3);
document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = concatenated_array;


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