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16 Javascript Libraries for Visualizations on Datavisualization As data visualization often needs to reach a broad audience the browser is becoming the number one tool to publish and share visualizations. A lot of visualizations require user-interaction to unleash their full potential, thus interactive applets that run directly in the browser are a a great way to analyze the data at hand. Beside the usual suspects like Flash, Silverlight and Processing, JavaScript is quickly gaining ground in the field of interactive visualization embedded in websites. We’ve collected 13 16 JavaScript visualization libraries that help you get started faster, keep it flexible and develop with higher reliability. Processing.js Processing.js is an open programming language for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions for the web without using Flash or Java applets. 16 Javascript Libraries for Visualizations on Datavisualization
Hash URIs Hash URIs There’s been quite a bit of discussion recently about the use of hash-bang URIs following their adoption by Gawker, and the ensuing downtime of that site. Gawker have redesigned their sites, including lifehacker and various others, such that all URIs look like http://{domain}#!{path-to-content} — the #! is the hash-bang.
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Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Projects | Sparklines Welcome to the sparkline generator. You can start right away by dynamically creating a sparkline using the Sparkline Generator Web Application, or you can read more about sparklines and decide if you want to use the sparkline web service or if you would be better off downloading the code and running the sparkline service on your own server. This service can be found hosted at both http://bitworking.org/projects/sparklines/ and on Google App Engine at http://sparklines-bitworking.appspot.com/. Generator Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Projects | Sparklines
HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome. Save time. Create with confidence. ★ Analytics, icons, and more A lean, mobile-friendly HTML template; optimized Google Analytics snippet; placeholder touch-device icon; and docs covering dozens of extra tips and tricks. ★ Normalize.css and helpers Includes Normalize.css v1 — a modern, HTML5-ready alternative to CSS resets — and further base styles, helpers, media queries, and print styles. HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome.
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CSS1K CSS1K So What is This About? Back in 2003 (that's 9 years ago!) Dave Shea launched the CSS Zen Garden. It showcased what was possible with CSS-based designs, leading to an explosion in the use of CSS on the web. More recently, Peter van der Zee created JS1k, a competition to build cool applications with no more than 1 K of JavaScript.
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