It comes with 2 chart types; TimeSeries + Finance and with an API for developers to build custom charts. The library is built on top of Flotr2 and the HTML5 Canvas. It is framework agnostic and depends on few micro libraries. It works by default on modern browsers, IE6-8 with FlashCanvas, and mobile touch devices with a WebKit browser are all supported. P.S. Adamdbradley/foresight.js. Badger - Super sexy iOS style badges for jQuery. Super sexy iOS style badges for jQuery May 14, 2011 Give your users a dose of familiarity with iOS style badges.
Usage. Swipe JS - a lightweight mobile web slider. Seriously.js: A Realtime, Node-Based Video Compositor for the Web. We covered a demo earlier this week showing real time video processing with WebGL, but Seriously.js taking this concept even further: seriously!
It has support for any depth, clicking each item can show/hide the sub-levels and drag 'n' dropping elements from one node to another is possible, the interface will adjust the levels accordingly. There is no limit in the contents to be used inside each item, any HTML elements are supported (except <ul> and <li>) and the plugin is so handy for visualizing hierarchical data (org. chart, family tree, computer network, etc.). Akordeon – Stylish jQuery accordion plugin.
jQuery/Added on March 31, 2012/Add to favorites Akordeon is a stylish jQuery plugin for adding efficient accordion style menu to a web page.
The idea behind Akordeon is to provide a lightweight and customizable interface for collapsible panels that can hold any kind of data in a limited space. Akordeon is fully customizable and can be used to display large chunks of data (text, images etc.) in a limited space. For instance, you can use it to display categorized data or menu options just like a restaurant’s menu items with each category data displayed in a separate panel. Mercury Editor - Home. Mercury Save Preview.
Canvas - camera - orthographic. 1.3.1 demo - jQuery. Window 1 I am plumbed with a Bezier connector to Window 2 and a label, with Blank endpoints.
This pattern is also useful for modifying existing systems where you may wish to add additional features to objects without the need to change the underlying code that uses them. Traditionally, the decorator is defined as a design pattern that allows behaviour to be added to an existing object dynamically. The idea is that the decoration itself isn't essential to the base functionality of an object otherwise it would be baked into the 'superclass' object itself.