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AppJS - Waterfox

AppJS - Waterfox

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JSFeat - JavaScript Computer Vision Library. Data structures Most of JSFEAT methods relies on custom data structures. There are just few provided at the moment but I'm sure its number will increase with new functionality. matrix_t The core and starting structure for any project is most likely matrix_t: var my_matrix = new jsfeat.matrix_t(columns, rows, data_type, data_buffer = undefined);

Engine Goes Open Source Turbulenz Engine Goes Open Source We’re excited to announce that we have released the Turbulenz HTML5 game engine as open source under the standard MIT license. The open source project is available on GitHub at You may have seen Turbulenz mentioned somewhere and wondered what it was. Turbulenz provides a game engine that delivers all the building blocks developers need to rapidly create high quality and hardware accelerated 2D and 3D games playable across mobiles, tablets and the web. Polycraft by Wonderstruck Arctext.js - Curving Text with CSS3 and jQuery While CSS3 allows us to rotate letters, it is quite complicated to arrange each letter along a curved path. Arctext.js is a jQuery plugin that let's you do exactly that. Based on Lettering.js, it calculates the right rotation of each letter and distributes the letters equally across the imaginary arc of the given radius.

Introducing Web Workers The HTML 5 specification introduces a new technology called Web Workers, allowing developers to spawn new threads for processing JavaScript code. This is a major improvement from the current state of the web, as it allows JavaScript code to execute outside of the UI thread, so your application is still responsive during long-running scripts. However, due to the nature of Web Workers there are restrictions to what they can and cant do, and how to interact with them. Todays article will explain what they are and how to use Web Workers.

960 Grid on jQuery-Mobile - merge 960.gs flexibility with jquery-mobile ease jquery-mobile-960 is a port of 960 grid to jquery mobile. It merge the flexibility of 960.gs, and the ease of jquery mobile. It aims to bring more flexibility to jquery-mobile layout and thus make it easier to use on tablets. To use 960 grids in jQuery Mobile, simply add one line: And now you can use normal 960 grid syntax inside jQuery mobile pages <fieldset class="container_12"><div class="grid_2"><button type="submit">Button 1</button></div><div class="grid_8"><button type="submit">Button 2</button></div><div class="grid_2"><button type="submit">Button 3</button></div></fieldset>

A jQuery Plugin That Rumbles Elements About The Plugin jRumble is a jQuery plugin that rumbles, vibrates, shakes, and rotates any element you choose. Free SlideShow Maker. Visual JavaScript SlideShow - Waterfox This photo slideshow maker is a demonstration of Flash-like behavior implemented solely in Javascript, HTML, and CSS. You don't need flash to view this slideshow. Use numerous of splendid effects to show your pictures. Create a slideshow and start photo sharing with your friends and family today. Visual SlideShow is available for Windows and Mac; it is translated by volunteers to 25 languages!

Useful JavaScript Libraries and jQuery Plugins For Web Developers Advertisement If you have a problem and need a solution for it, chances are high that a JavaScript library or jQuery plugin exists that was created to solve this very problem. Such libraries are always great to have in your bookmarks or in your local folders, especially if you aren’t a big fan of cross-browser debugging. A JavaScript library isn’t always the best solution: it should never be a single point of failure for any website, and neither should a website rely on JavaScript making the content potentially inaccessible. Progressive enhancement is our friend; sometimes JavaScript won’t load properly, or won’t be supported — e.g. users of mobile devices might run into latency issues or performance issues with some JavaScript-libraries.

Touch - JavaScript Mobile Framework for Building HTML5 Web Apps DHTMLX Touch is a free open source JavaScript library for building HTML5-based mobile web apps. It's not just a set of UI widgets, but a complete framework that allows you to create eye-catching, robust web applications that run on iOS, Android, and other mobile platforms. Syntax DHTMLX Touch framework offers intuitive object inheritance. You can define an object with properties, some of which are objects or arrays of objects, and some are simple strings or numbers. This way you can pass data into components or nest components one into another.

A Mac OS X-style Dock In JavaScript Apple’s Mac OS X operating system is renowned for its fluid graphical effects. One impressive feature is the dock’s ‘fish-eye’ effect, whereby icons expand and contract as the mouse moves over them. Achieving this effect in JavaScript is difficult, but the MacStyleDock function allows this feature to be implemented easily. An example is shown below (a larger demonstration is available on a separate page). Compatible browsers The code has been tested and confirmed to work in the following browsers: Example - Waterfox This page shows examples of messages formatted using JSON (JavaScript Object Notation). The same text expressed as XML: <!DOCTYPE glossary PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN"><glossary><title>example glossary</title><GlossDiv><title>S</title><GlossList><GlossEntry ID="SGML" SortAs="SGML"><GlossTerm>Standard Generalized Markup Language</GlossTerm><Acronym>SGML</Acronym><Abbrev>ISO 8879:1986</Abbrev><GlossDef><para>A meta-markup language, used to create markup languages such as DocBook.</para><GlossSeeAlso OtherTerm="GML"><GlossSeeAlso OtherTerm="XML"></GlossDef><GlossSee OtherTerm="markup"></GlossEntry></GlossList></GlossDiv></glossary> The same text expressed as XML:

BigScreen BigScreen.request(element[, onEnter, onExit, onError]) Request that an element go into full screen. If the element is falsy, the documentElement will be used instead. You can only call this from a user-initiated event, otherwise the browser will deny the request.

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