Javascript

  • Slip.js: Small Script Touch-Optimizes Lists in Web Apps

    Slip.js is not exactly new to me. I stumbled upon it a few weeks ago, yet didn’t get impressed at first sight. These days I had a real life usecase and faintly remembered Slip.js. Now, having worked through a real project with the help of that small script, I have to admit that Slip.js really is a clever tool for the creation of touch-sortable or – more general – editable lists in web apps.



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  • SVG and JavaScript: What Is Possible, What To Consider?

    SVG has been around for quite some time now, waiting. Waiting for proper browser support. The wait is now over as all modern browsers support the format today. With Flash being on the decline, SVG has grown even more popular. Just like the proprietary Flash format, SVG is vector-based and can even contain animations. You need not even miss out on scripting, as SVG supports JavaScript right inside its own format. Think of an open ActionScript, only more commonly known.



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  • Wallpaper for jQuery Adds Image or Video Backgrounds to Any Website Easily

    Such is life. Client X needs a landing page within the next 15 minutes. It’s a rather simple page with not a lot more than a full-screen background image. Now, how can I achieve that in the quickest and easiest way? Having evaluated a few alternatives I decide to go with Ben Plum’s newest jQuery plugin Wallpaper. This lets me do the job in less than ten minutes. Being able to change the image to a video background using the very same solution made my client smile with joy…



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  • Codeblock.js: Edit and Run JavaScript Directly from Within Your Browser

    Talking about introducing JavaScript frameworks, libraries or just step by step tutorials, it is always useful, if you are able to support all your words by a handful of fitting live examples. So, instead of just posting dead code snippets, would it not be far better, if you could embed JavaScript in a way that it can be edited and run by your readers, without forcing them to download examples and what not first? That’s what Codeblock.js offers…



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  • Let It Snow: Festive Resources to Santa up Your Website

    In these special times we tend to not only decorate houses, streets, the whole country, basically. We don’t even leave our websites untouched. Christmassy looks are mandatory these days. If you are on the lookout for a bunch of effects to implement on your blog, portfolio, whatever, look no further. We have compiled a small collection of just what you need to bring that Santa sparkle to the eyes of your visitors.



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  • One-Stop Shop: PHP-Tool Munee Cares for All your Website’s Assets

    Cody Lundquist, Australian with a Swedish sounding name, created a free asset-management based on PHP 5.3. Its feature-set is astounding, yet demands a special preliminary treatment of the websites, it’s supposed to be working on. Munee is able to manage any kind of possible asset, be it images or other files, JavaScript, CSS, LESS, SCSS or even CoffeeScript.



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  • Flat, Mobile, Responsive: Fresh JavaScripts and jQuery Plugins Made in September 2013

    jQuery plugins and JavaScript tools are collectibles you can’t get enough of. Just like WordPress themes, fonts, icons, basically any resource for designers and developers, they are available in masses. To separate the wheat from the chaff is harder than simply finding them. Regarding JavaScript tools keeping up with development is especially important. If you choose to integrate a third-party tool you should not decide to go for any medieval creations but make sure to get something recent and modern. We have curated some of the best and most recent tools. THey are all free and they are all fresh…



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  • Progression.js: jQuery Plugin Takes the Pain out of Inescapable Web Forms

    From the UK, West Yorkshire county, city of Leeds stems a fresh jQuery plugin, that promises to help visitors fill out web forms by assisting them and providing progress updates. This is the more helpful the longer a form gets – and we all know, web forms can get reeaaallly looong. Two data attributes, added to the form fields, care for keeping track of where the visitor is and what he is supposed to do there.



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  • Fast and Easy: Create HTML Mockups with RoughDraft.js

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    In the process of the development of the next client’s website it comes inescapably – the moment, where you will have to present a design that does look real, though you almost always don’t have any real content at that time. The urgent need for placeholder content lies in the air and you go through your gazillions of bookmarks to find the proper fit. The future sees you more relaxed as soon as you take my advice and start using RoughDraft.js to quickly create a mockup tailored to your project’s needs. Did I mention that you need not put a lot of effort into it?



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  • Mozilla Labs TowTruck: Brand-new Real-Time Collaboration Tool Tested

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    Mozilla Labs achieves amazing things. And this is more of an under- than an overstatement. The latest sprout from Mozilla’s garden, interestingly named TowTruck, makes no exception and promises a lot. TowTruck lets you integrate collaboration features into any website with a mere two lines of code. Once done, people can communicate, collaborate, create together right inside any website. They can even talk to each other via WebRTC. Noupe took a closer look…



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