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Hosted Libraries - Developer's Guide - Make the Web Faster The Google Hosted Libraries is a stable, reliable, high-speed, globally available content distribution network for the most popular, open-source JavaScript libraries. Google works directly with the key stakeholders for each library effort and accepts the latest versions as they are released. Libraries To load a hosted library, copy and paste the HTML snippet for that library (shown below) in your web page. For instance, to load jQuery, embed the <script src=" snippet in your web page. We recommend that you load libraries from the CDN via HTTPS, even if your own website only uses HTTP.

leak-finder-for-javascript - Tool for finding memory leaks in JavaScript programs. In JavaScript you cannot have "memory leaks" in the traditional sense, but you can have objects which are unintentionally kept alive and which in turn keep alive other objects, e.g., large parts of DOM. Leak Finder for JavaScript works against the Developer tools remote inspecting protocol of Chrome, retrieves heap snapshots, and detects objects which are "memory leaks" according to a given leak definition. The default configuration of the tool detects goog.Disposable objects which were not dispose()d. goog.EventTarget is a subclass of goog.Disposable, and if an EventTarget is not disposed, event listeners are not discarded properly, and event listeners in turn keep DOM objects alive. It's possible to configure the tool to detect other similar misuses. Resources:

Download jQuery Compressed and uncompressed copies of jQuery files are available. The uncompressed file is best used during development or debugging; the compressed file saves bandwidth and improves performance in production. You can also download a sourcemap file for use when debugging with a compressed file. The map file is not required for users to run jQuery, it just improves the developer's debugger experience. As of jQuery 1.11.0/2.1.0 the //# sourceMappingURL comment is not included in the compressed file. Ninja power: open-source HTML5 toolset aims to enable richer Web apps Modern HTML rendering engines and emerging standards make it possible to create a new class of rich experiences that could previously be achieved only with native development toolkits—but developers need better Web development frameworks and authoring tools in order to take advantage of the possibilities. Three new open-source software projects developed at Motorola Mobility hope to address the problem. We—Tim Statler, Zachary Cohen, and Kris Kowal—have had the pleasure of working on a new content creation tool called Ninja, a JavaScript development framework called Montage, and a testing automation tool called Screening.

9 great color resources Colour is an integral element of design. And the web is full of endless resources and tutorials covering it. But, sometimes too much choice can be confusing. So we've picked this selection of the best resources that will really help you to get to grips with the subject. 01. Mudcube Colour Sphere 5 Libraries and APIs for Manipulating HTML5 Audio Over the past few months, I’ve come across a number of different libraries that take advantage of the relatively new HTML5 Audio API as well as the more well known HTML5 Audio Element and its simpler API. I thought I would share a small handful of these libraries in this post to show you what’s possible and what options you have if you choose to create a game or app that requires manipulation of sound files. Some of the demos included with some of these libraries are pretty nice, and the code for each of these is pretty clean and easy to use. 1. webaudiox.js Webaudiox.js is not quite a library, but a set of helpers for using the Web Audio API. It has zero dependencies and will work in any browser that supports the Web Audio API.

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18 Surprises From Reading jQuery's Source Code - Quick Left Boulder Colorado I love jQuery, and though I consider myself an advanced JavaScript developer, I had never read the jQuery source from top to bottom, until now. Here are a few things that I learned along the way: Note: I use the $.fn.method() syntax to refer to the practice of calling method on a set of matched elements.

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