Fun with Overflows Fun with Overflows Background The first is a scrollable timeline. A couple of readers requested a demo of how Plurk’s browse timeline works. In addition, in the last month, Google released a 10 year timeline – so I wanted to show how this works.
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In this tutorial we will introduce some basics of D3.js and create an infographic with multiple area charts along with a context tool to zoom and pan the data. View demo Download source The D3.js website describes itself as “a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data.” It is but one of many in the ever growing list of visual data JavaScript libraries. D3 was created by Mike Bostock who was the lead developer on Protovis, which D3.js builds on. Multiple Area Charts with D3.js Multiple Area Charts with D3.js
I am a MIT licensed collection of extremely useful DOM helpers and special events for jQuery 1.8 and later. I’m not a UI project like jQuery UI or jQuery Tools. Instead, I’m all about providing low-level utilities for things that jQuery doesn’t support. jQuery++ jQuery++
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Redactor WYSIWYG editor on jQuery

Redactor WYSIWYG editor on jQuery

Now, redactor of @imperavi is leading the wysiwyg competition. lightweight, fast performance, beating tinymce, ckeditor, and others :) Drizzle Cloudy @drizzlecloudy Great #rte #editor redactor.js - and just had excellent support by @imperavi Urs Bräm @ursbraem We're starting Imperavi integration into TargetProcess. I personally waited for great editor for years. Seems it's finally there! Michael Dubakov @mdubakov
Every aspiring Web developer should know about the power of JavaScript and how it can be used to enhance the ways in which people see and interact with Web pages. Fortunately, to help us be more productive, we can use the power of JavaScript libraries, and in this article we will take a good look at jQuery in action. What Is jQuery?

50 jQuery Function Demos for Aspiring Web Developers - Smashing Coding

50 jQuery Function Demos for Aspiring Web Developers - Smashing Coding
Using Sharrre Info With jQuery 1.7 or higher. Options Methods Sharrre - A plugin for sharing buttons Sharrre - A plugin for sharing buttons
and have really nice VML rendering in IE as a bonus. Why? One day I thought that if I need to use SVG’s for my web layouts (and I do) the better way is to draw them with the tool I’m used to - Adobe Illustrator - and just convert them into Javascript. Easier said than done, it seem that there’s no public project for this. What the heck, I have done something like this before and as SVG is pure XML all I need to do is write some small PHP script. convert svg into raphaël » atirip convert svg into raphaël » atirip
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Learning jQuery - Tips, Techniques, Tutorials

Learning jQuery - Tips, Techniques, Tutorials This post has been a long time in coming, and I’m sure it comes as no surprise to anyone who has been to the site in the past year and a half. But it’s time to make it official: the Learning jQuery blog has come to an end. I started this blog seven years ago when I was just getting my feet wet with programming for the web as a way to record and help solidify all that I was learning about jQuery (hence the blog’s name, duh). Soon thereafter I started inviting others to write here as well in the hopes of having the site be a good destination for solid information about my favorite JavaScript library. We had a good run with it, but after a while the frequency of posts started to drop.