It allow you to easily add qrcode to your webpages. It is standalone, less than 4k after minify+gzip, no image download. It doesnt rely on external services which go on and off, or add latency while loading. It is based on a library which build qrcode in various language. jquery.qrcode.js wraps it to make it easy to include in your own code. Show, dont tell, here is a example. Crossfilter. Nvd3. Getting started with Knockout.js. One of Knockout's guiding principles is to stick to its strengths and provide extensibility points for the areas outside of its core competencies.
Kig/JSARToolKit. SPIF - Streaming Progressive Image Format. MultiRes is an image format that makes images look good on all screen resolutions, from mobile displays to Retina displays.
Is that you get to see and play with a lot of little toys before the rest of the world does. YUI was one such tool. I started playing with YUI while it was still in version 1, and its API was much different from what it looks like now. Among the toys I'd made was a bookmarklet to add drag and drop to any website. I used it on our internal sites until YUI was made publicly available. A couple of years ago, I published instructions for adding drag and drop to any website, but that still needed a little technical know-how on the user's part. Create a new Fiddle - jsFiddle. Hogan.js. Getting started Hogan.js is a 3.4k JS templating engine developed at Twitter.
It delegates to built-in functions, if present, so modern browsers will use the native implementations of forEach, map, reduce, filter, every, some and indexOf. The project is hosted on GitHub. Collection Functions (Arrays or Objects) _.each(list, iterator, [context]) Alias: forEach Iterates over a list of elements, yielding each in turn to an iterator function.