jTypeWriter. Benchmarking Node.js - basic performance tests against Apache + PHP. Several days ago I have done few very basic performance tests to see how node.js server behaves compared to Apache when serving very simple pages.
The UI library is expanding rapidly, much more rapidly than the jQuery core, as its developers push more features and fixes into each release. The funny thing about the UI package though, is that it's really a collection of user interface-related items, and can be broken down into 3 main modules: the widgets, which contain prebuilt and "skinnable" user interfaces that are ready to deploy to a Web site; the effects, which are very simple and straightforward things you can do to a page element (for example, shake it, explode it, and so on); and expanded mouse interaction with page elements (for example, dragging and dropping). The final aspect of the UI package is the ability to create your own "theme" for the prebuilt widgets, allowing you to make the widgets you download look like they were made especially for your Web site. Installing the UI Effects Figure 1. Listing 1.
Badger will easily add a beautiful badge to your element without the need for images. Modelled after the badges found on the iPhone and iPad, Badger is an incredibly attractive way to notify your users in a manner that they may already be familiar with. Demo This is a div that has it's position set to relative. $('#MyBadge').badger('2');$('#MyBadge').badger('+4');$('#MyBadge').badger('-11');$('#MyBadge').badger(''); This time we'll see how it looks with words. $('#WordBadge').badger('new');$('#WordBadge').badger('done!