XTRASI mostly teach Java technology (including Android), but have also taught other technologies such as CoffeeScript, jQuery, and CSS 3. This page presents links to a few of my non-Java articles.
Try out the SeaBattle game.
Browser BASICBrowser BASIC (BBASIC) is an InformIT article that presents BBASIC, an experimental, easy-to-use, and portable browser language whose programs can run on desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
Try out Browser BASIC.
CoffeeScript in a NutshellCoffeeScript in a Nutshell is a four-part InformIT series that introduces CoffeeScript and explores its various language features.
Developing HTML5 ApplicationsDeveloping HTML5 Applications is a three-part InformIT series that teaches how to develop HTML5 applications, primarily involving the Canvas API, although the File API is also used.
Exploring jQuery SelectorsExploring jQuery Selectors is a three-part InformIT series that explores jQuery's basic, hierarchy, form, attribute, filter, extension, and custom selectors.
Happy Holidays from CoffeeScriptHappy Holidays from CoffeeScript is a SitePoint article that presents an HTML5/CoffeeScript holiday application consisting of a winter forest scene at night, falling snowflakes, and more.
Try out the HHFCS application.
Styling Web Pages with CSS 3Styling Web Pages with CSS 3 is an InformIT article that explores how CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3's new background and border features help improve Web page styling.