Paper.js — The Swiss Army Knife of Vector Graphics Scripting. Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface. Paper.js is based on and largely compatible with Scriptographer, a scripting environment for Adobe Illustrator with an active community of scripters and more than 10 years of development. Paper.js is easy to learn for beginners and has lots to master for intermediate and advanced users. Paper.js is developed by Jürg Lehni & Jonathan Puckey, and distributed under the permissive MIT License. Getting Started First of all, take a look at some of our examples.Download Paper.js or check out the latest version from our Github Repository.Want to learn Paper.js? Overview Browser Support
Use Flot to turn numbers into visual storiesFrom building apps to backgrounding stories, reporters work with numerical data in all kinds of ways. It’s a practice that will no doubt increase in the future as more data becomes available all the time. But as anyone who’s tried to work numbers into a story knows, it’s difficult to convey the meaning of too many numbers to people without a visual. Even a simple line chart can help in a city budget story, for instance, while more in-depth subjects like school report cards and our nation’s budget require charts if they are to be understood. Interactivity can be a huge boon for understanding (though it should only be used when necessary, as it can quickly create clutter). Flot is a powerful library. The HTML file has in its head several scripts. There are two excanvas files included with the Flot download. Next, we have jQuery, included from the Google Libraries API, and then the Flot library itself. The body of this page is a single div: This div must have 1.) an ID, and 2.) But wait.
Schema Creator - Améliorez votre référencement avec les microdatasSchema creator est un site web proposant de créer facilement des schémas de microdatas sémantiques reconnus par les moteurs de recherche. Les microdatas permettent d'ajouter un peu de sémantique dans le code de vos pages web. Composés d'un ensemble de balises ou propriétés HTML, elles signifient aux moteurs de recherche des informations plus pertinentes: Auteur, film, évènement, livre ... Les moteurs de recherche en sont friands car ces combinaisons de balises leur permettent d'afficher des résultats riches différents des pages web classiques (Exemple une Google Maps, des avis sur un film ...). Schema creator permet de créer facilement à l'aide de formulaires des schémas microdatas structurés sur la norme schema.org Il vous sera possible de générer facilement les schémas suivants: Personnes / AuteurProduitÉvènementOrganisation / EntrepriseFilmLivreReview / Commentaire A appliquer au plus vite sur vos sites web pour être le plus sémantique possible pour que Google vous +1 ! Site Officiel
HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome.Backbone.jsTiny Tiny RSS, lecteur RSS open source sur votre serveur| Webmaster – Ressources et outils gratuits pour votre site internet – Free Tools| Free Tools, Le meilleur des outils gratuits pour webmasterVisualization Taxonomies - The Extreme Presentation(tm) MethodWith the explosion of interest in information visualization, I find taxonomies of visualization approaches to be very useful in organizing knowledge and facilitating use of different visualization approaches. The Periodic Table of Visualization Methods, hosted by the impressive Swiss Visual Literacy project, is the most comprehensive visualization taxonomy I have seen. It divides visualizations into Data, Information, Concept, Strategy, Metaphor, and Compound Visualizations. Each of these is then classified as a process or structure visualization, and further subdivided into whether they show detail, overview, or detail and overview, and whether they support convergent or divergent thinking. Dan Roam's Visual Thinking Codex, from his delightful book The Back of the Napkin, strikes an excellent balance between simplicity and comprehensiveness. The Codex can be found on p. 141 of Dan's book. Dan RoamTHE BACK OF THE NAPKINCopyright 2008 PortfolioAvailable at www.Amazon.com