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JSHint, A JavaScript Code Quality Tool - 3 views

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    JSHint is a tool to detect errors and potential problems in JavaScript code.
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ColorPicker 0.6 - 0 views

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    This colorPicker is a light weight all-rounder (only ~46k incl. all 16 files) that can display and let you choose the entire color palette (~16.78 mil. colors) in 6 different color modes (+3 extra modes in RGB).
    This highly customizable and easy to install app comes in 4 different sizes (from 151 x 87 pixels to
    405 x 302 pixels) and therefore different feature levels so you can use it for every supposable cause from 'easy choice' to 'professional determination'. That's probably all you'll ever need to let your clients choose the right color.
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jQuery 1.4: What you need to know - 5 views

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    Matt Nowack has taken the awesome HTML5 presentation app in HTML5, which is open source, and has created a presentation discussing jQuery 1.4.
    It is good stuff, using the fact that you can embed the features that you want to show. Just as long as you can hit the right arrow to get through the "look at all the people who use jQuery" part (we get it! lots of people use jQuery!)
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strfriend - 4 views

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    visualize regular expressions simply
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CSS Gradients via Canvas | Weston Ruter - 2 views

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    CSS Gradients via Canvas provides a subset of WebKit's CSS Gradients proposal for browsers that implement the HTML5 canvas element. To use, just include css-gradients-via-canvas.js (12KB) anywhere on the page
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html5media - Project Hosting on Google Code - 1 views

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    HTML5 video and audio tags make embedding media into documents as easy as embedding an image. All it takes is a single
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Allan Jardine | Reflections | Secret - 1 views

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    float letters to form a new word
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jQuery Desktop - 5 views

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    JavaScript desktop environment built with jQuery. (with links to reference)
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Unverse javascript library - 5 views

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    Unverse is a lightweight - absolutely tiny - collection of terse cross-browser javascript functions that perform common tasks, including a lightbox, ajax calls, animation and drag and drop. It implements DOMready. 
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Javascript test page - Universal mouse control - X Y mouse position - 0 views

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    enable to see the x & Y value mouse position
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Javascript Tutorial - Intro - 0 views

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    This seems quit good and easy to understand, has anybody tried ?
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Color Picker - Raphaël - 0 views

shared by yc c on 04 Mar 10 - Cached
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    No images. No libraries*. Works even in IE6.

    // Color Picker by Raphaël - raphaeljs.com
    var icon = Raphael("picker", 23, 23).colorPickerIcon(11, 11, 10); icon.attr({cursor: "pointer"}).node.onclick = function () {    document.getElementById("benefits").style.visibility = "visible";    var out = document.getElementById("output");    out.style.visibility = "visible";                   // this is where colorpicker created    var cp = Raphael.colorpicker(document.body.offsetWidth / 2 - 150, 250, 300, "#eee", document.getElementById("picker2"));                   out.onkeyup = function () {        cp.color(this.value);    };    // assigning onchange event handler    cp.onchange = function (clr) {        out.value = clr;        document.body.style.background = clr;        document.body.style.color = Raphael.rgb2hsb(clr).b <.5>s it. Too easy                    icon.node.onclick = null;}; 
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HTML & JavaScript Encoder/Decoder - 1 views

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    Encoding/Decoding Escape/Unescape These scripts are intended to explain how to "hide" HTML and/or javascript from other people who view your page's source code. It is not foolproof, but it does make it more difficult to read and understand the source code. Due to the nature of how these scripts work, the explanation may seem complicated and drawn out, but be patient and it should make sense once you gain a little experience with them. You don't really have to know the ins-and-outs of these scripts, but it does help you understand how and why they work. So, take a seat and I'll do my best to make this seem as un-complicated as possible.
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JavaScript InfoVis Toolkit - Interactive Data Visualizations for the Web - 0 views

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    • Multiple Data Representations
      Treemaps, Radial Layouts, HyperTrees/Graphs, SpaceTree-like Layouts, and more...
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CodeRun - Online IDE - 2 views

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    Develop ASP.NET, php and Ajax applications in your browserTest and debug code in the cloudInstantly deploy applications to the cloudDiscover and share code
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