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Dirk Sorensby

TodoMVC - 0 views

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    elping you select an MV* framework
yc c

Reflect-o-matic - 1 views

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    Reflection.js works well with logos, icons and dynamic image content such as forum avatars.
    Reflection.js comes into it's own with forum avatars; you can apply a reflection effect to every avatar on your forum or blog without any additional server work.
yc c

Soba1.1 - a live HTML editor - 2 views

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    just edit the html on the left pane, and you'll see how it rendered on the right pane as you typed.\nIt should be useful when you want to develop such as CSS or JavaScript which need to be tuned litlle by little.\nNote that the html document is automatically stored into a browser's cookie(up to approx.4kb).\nSo you can continue working on the html even after you closed the browser window.
yc c

Sizzle JavaScript Selector Library - 1 views

shared by yc c on 30 Jan 10 - Cached
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    A pure-JavaScript CSS selector engine
    designed to be easily dropped in to a host library.
    Sizzle supports virtually all CSS 3 Selectors - this even includes some parts that are infrequently implemented such as escaped selectors (".foo\\+bar"), Unicode selectors, and results returned in document order. There are a few notable exceptions to the CSS 3 selector support (the reasoning for this decision can be found here):

    * :root
    * :target
    * :nth-last-child
    * :nth-of-type / :nth-last-of-type / :first-of-type / :last-of-type / :only-of-type
    * :lang()

    In addition to the CSS 3 Selectors Sizzle supports the following additional selectors or conventions.
yc c

Shell Editor | MooShell | to test your JavaScript code - 1 views

shared by yc c on 30 Jan 10 - Cached
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    MooShell is a shell editor where you can write your JavaScript, HTML and CSS code and run it. It might prove to be useful in various cases where you need to test your code without reloading your browser.
yc c

JS Bin - Collaborative JavaScript Debugging - 1 views

shared by yc c on 30 Jan 10 - Cached
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    specifically designed to help JavaScript and CSS folk test snippets of code, within some context, and debug the code collaboratively.

    JS Bin allows you to edit and test JavaScript and HTML (reloading the URL also maintains the state of your code - new tabs doesn't). Once you're happy you can save, and send the URL to a peer for review or help. They can then make further changes saving anew if required.
yc c

gotAPI.com - Documentation search engine - 2 views

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    gotAPI helps you find functions, classes, methods, properties, styles, tags, constants and more \n Search In\nActionScript 2.0, ActionScript 3.0, Adobe Flex 2, Adobe Flex 3.3, Apache Ant, Apache Commons, Apache RegExp, Apache Struts 1.1, Berkley DB XML, Bluetooth and OBEX, C++, CakePHP 1.2, Castor, CDC, CLDC, ColdFusion MX-7, ColdFusion MX-8, CSS, CSS, DbUnit 2.4.5, Dinkumware C/C++, DITA 1.1, DocBook, Dojo Toolkit 1.3, Drupal, Eclipse Platform 2.1, Erlang, Flickr API, FP, Google GWT, Google GWT+Gears, Groovy, Haskell, Hibernate, HTML, HTML, HttpUnit, J2EE 5.0, Java 1.5, Java 1.6, JavaScript, JavaScript, jQuery, JSON LIB, JSTL, JUnit, Log4J, MIDP, Mobile Media, MochiKit, MooTools, MySQL 4.1, OpenGL 2.1, Oracle 10g, Oracle 9i, Orb API 2.0, OSGi Platform 4.1, PBP, Perl 5.10, PHP, PostgreSQL 8.3, Prototype.js, Python 2.6.1, RMagick 1.15, RogueWave, Ruby Std Libraries, Ruby/Rails, Scala 2.7.3, Schema (XSD), Script.aculo.us 1.8, Selenium 0.8.2, Sicstus Prolog, Simple DirectMedia Layer, Spring Framework 2.0, Symphony 1.2, Twitter API, Web Services, XML DOM, XPath 2.0, XSL 2.0, Yahoo! UI\n
Mohammed GHERAÏSSA

Simple Page Peel Effect with jQuery & CSS - 0 views

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    You have probably seen these forms of advertisings where you can peel a corner of a website and see a message underneath. It seems most are flash driven, but I
Hussain M Elius

Nifty Corners - 0 views

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    Rounded Corners with CSS are a hot topic in web design: I think that there are hundreds of articles on them. This page is intended to present the solution I came up, that doesn't requires images, extra markup nor CSS
Julian Knight

slayeroffice | Favelet Suite - 0 views

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    Some of the very best web development favelets available including MODI and DOM inspector
Julian Knight

40+ Tooltips Scripts With AJAX, JavaScript & CSS | Smashing Magazine - 0 views

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    Lots of ways to produce nice tooltips
Julian Knight

Highlight source code formatter - 0 views

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    Converts source code to formatted text with syntax highlighting. Coloured output in HTML, XHTML, RTF, TeX, LaTeX and XML format. 120+ programming languages. Platform independent. Notepad++ plugin available.
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