JavaScript section makes it way to the Web Design Cheat Sheet app

A hugely useful reference app just got an update. Web Design Cheat Sheet is an app I regularly recommend to those who ask me the best app for learning web design or even just HTML. A lot of people thank me for recommending it as it was exactly what they were looking for. It has a very comprehensive syntax library as well as a resources section and a HTML code editor.

Web Design Cheat Sheet has three main sections - HTML, CSS3 and JavaScript. The app started off with just the HTML section, then the CSS3 section was released and now the long awaited JavaScript section is now available to be unlocked. Again, you'll find a syntax library and a resources section packed with lots of information for you. There is also JS editor in the section too and you can toggle between the HTML and JS editor for ease of use.

Version 3 changelog

  • Access to over 220 JavaScript Functions
  • Descriptions
  • Detailed Syntax
  • Parameter Values
  • Return Values
  • JS & HTML Values
  • Fully functional JS editor and viewer
  • Ability to toggle between HTML & JS
  • ​Remembers code on exit
  • Predefined templates
  • Quick code buttons
  • JS Resources section - 14 chapters from Mozilla Developer Network
  • Quick links for useful tools
  • Quick links to Team Treehouse Tutorials
  • Quick links within function pages
  • W3Schools
  • ​Functions are sorted by categories
  • Quick access to fulter between JS types
  • Color coded JS types
  • Properties and methods have designated colors
  • Know JS Version by Quick Glance
  • UI/UX enhancements
  • New CSS, JavaScript and Site Feeds icons
  • Added "Updates" icon to Home tab - opens up the "Web Design Cheat Sheet" BBM Channel
  • Added "Foundation" icon to HTML/CSS3/JavaScript Resources - Links to Team Treehouse's Introduction videos
  • Changed the "Open in Browser" icon to match one in BlackBerry World
  • Editor Preview Page
  • Swapped "Share" and "Edit on main Action Bar
  • "Back" button
  • Added more useful links
  • Settings reorganized

As you can see, that's a lot of new additions and tweaks to an already comprehensive app. As well as a developer, the creator of Web Design Cheat Sheet is a student and an app such as this requires a lot of hours. The JavaScript section can be unlocked for $1.99. Think of it as a way of buying the developer a hot beverage to get him through those long study hours. Or just as a thank you for bringing about such a great app to the platform. It is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. You can also visit the developer's website too for further information.

Learn more / Download Web Design Cheat Sheet from BlackBerry World