ddSlick - a jQuery plugin for custom drop down with images With traditional drop downs i.e. using <select><option></option></select> you are limited to only text and value. But with this easily configurable jquery plugin, you can now create a custom drop down that can very well include images, a short description, along with your usual text and value. Take a look at the following demos in action. 1Basic Drop down using JSON Tropes: Text Analysis and Semantics Analysis of written or spoken texts requires that certain questions should be asked with regard to certain objectives. To obtain answers to these questions, texts must be reduced as far as possible to their essentials. Designed for Information Science, Market Research, Sociological Analysis and Scientific studies, Tropes is a Natural Language Processing and Semantic Classification software that guarantees pertinence and quality in Text Analysis.
Web Services Messaging with Apache Axis2: Concepts and Techniques Web Services Messaging with Apache Axis2: Concepts and Techniques Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4 Summary In summary, the behavior of web service messaging is based on three parameters: the message exchange pattern, the synchronous/asynchronous behavior of the client, and the behavior of the transport. Axis2 is built on a core that is not bound to any type of MEP, yet provides client API support for the most widely used MEPs: one-way and request-response. The article explains the concepts behind the Axis2 messaging support and how the client API is used. Resources
How to Make a Flat Styled jQuery UI Combo Box Widget (Part 2) Designmodo user interface kits are a great starting place for a number of projects, including the framework for a variety of widgets that work great with a little jQuery help. In this video, developer David East uses follows up on ways to use the combo box you used in Part 1 of this video series. He explains how to take your box and give the widget some additional functionality, such autocomplete.
Video Tapestries with Continuous Temporal Zoom ACM Transactions on Graphics (Proc. SIGGRAPH), August 2010 A multiscale tapestry represents an input video as a seamless and zoomable summary image which can be used to navigate through the video. This visualization eliminates hard borders between frames, providing spatial continuity and also continuous zooms to finer temporal resolutions. This figure depicts three discrete scale levels for the film Elephants Dream (Courtesy of the Blender Foundation).