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A jQuery plugin for extracting dominant colors from images and applying it to its parent

A jQuery plugin for extracting dominant colors from images and applying it to its parent

highlight.js jQuery effects, 150+ best for web developers and designers Since the arrival of the jQuery library, the life of JavaScript programmers have gotten a lot easier because now it’s simpler to develop web 2.0 applications. With jQuery, the programmers can keep their code organized and concise, which is the major slogan of the library, “write less, do more”. You can utilize jQuery to handle events, generate animations, and even add an Ajax support into your web applications in a very easy way. Certainly you can use JavaScript to execute all the jQuery functions, but if you use it, your programming times will reduce and your effectiveness will increase, and that’s the real magic of jQuery. On this roundup we will show you the most captivating and creative jQuery tools and effects to inspire you, from animations to slideshows, you will find plenty of effects on this article, hope you enjoy it. Transition effects Special Presentation: jQuery SliderShock 1. A standard transition effect that always works well when implemented on your designs. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

960 Grid System robflaherty/jquery-annotated-source Sites Web interactifs en jQuery qui Rock! Inspiration par 25 sites. L’arrivée du jQuery en 2006 bouleversa le monde du web que l’on connait aujourd’hui. L’utilisation des effets parallax, les centaines d’animations plus surprenantes les unes que les autres, l’utilisation de galeries « slideshow », etc., font en sorte de rendre le web plus vivant tout en gardant une rapidité d’exécution ce qui n’était pas toujours le cas avec les sites web programmés en Flash. Dans cet article, vous trouverez une superbe liste de sites web en jQuery comprenant des effets d’animation splendides utilisés en grande partie pour le système de navigation à travers les pages. La liste de sites web suivante a été créée par le design Chris Spooner, fondateur du site web Superbes sites web avec animations jQuery CaptainDash Mustache Small Studio McCormack & Morrison Wanda Productions Socket Studios Blind Barber Dangers of Fracking thePENHOUSEPROJECT Edits Quarterly Spring/Summer Bagigia Carbure Squarefactor Inzeit Grayden Poper Second Story Interactive Studios Superlovers James Anderson

6500 Pixel Perfect Flat Icons Set Bundle aysylu/loom S Gallery: A Responsive jQuery Gallery Plugin with CSS3 Animations Today I'm going to share with you a gallery plugin I built (yeah, like the world needs another gallery plugin, right?) after having stumbled upon SONY's products gallery while I was browsing their website a while ago. Their products' image gallery is a simple one, but two things grabbed my attention about the gallery: It's made with Flash when it can totally be created with HTML, CSS3 and Javascript. It has a neat feature: exiting the slideshow mode back to the grid view mode, the last image which was active in the slideshow mode "returns back" to its position in the grid view, thus the user knows where they have stopped and what images are left in the gallery that they haven't maybe browsed. This is a neat feature which serves as a brain cue and thus is a nice and positive UX-aware touch. The plugin uses HTML5's FullScreen API, and relies heavily on CSS3 animations transforms, so it will work only in browsers that support these features. Markup And that's all you need in the markup.

Photoshoplr Light Table Plugin Tutorial - Jakub Arnold Blog I've been playing around with Light Table since the day its source code was released (even made a tiny Ruby plugin). First of all, Light Table is based on the BOT architecture. Which means there are three core concepts: behaviors, objects and tags. Imagine you have a button which listens on a click event and displays a notice to the user when it's clicked Using jQuery that could be as simple as the following $(".my-button").click(function() { showProgress("I'm doing some heavy lifting");}); But there are problems with this approach, especially from the Light Table's point of view. Here's an implementation in ClojureScript. (ns lt.tutorial (:require [lt.object :as object] [lt.objs.tabs :as tabs] [lt.objs.statusbar :as statusbar] [lt.objs.notifos :as notifos] [lt.util.js :as util]) (:require-macros [lt.macros :refer [behavior defui]])) From now on you should just be able to evaluate the current form under the cursor with Cmd-Enter. Next we need to define our button, using the defui macro

CSS Image Effects #5: Lomography This is part of a series of posts breaking down visual effects using CSS filters and blend modes. Read Part 1: The Vintage Washout Effect, Part 2: 3d Glasses, Part 3: Vignettes, and Part 4: Bokeh Textures for some background on blend modes and filters. In this post we'll explore a relatively new photography technique founded in Austria in the early 90's, called Lomography. A Google search for Lomography yields beautifully vibrant results. A Little Background on Lomography Lomography (AKA Lomo) was based on and inspired by a cheap Russian toy camera, the Lomo LC-A. So, Lomography is very saturated, sometimes blurred, and contains unexpected light leaks. Playing with Filters A common trait in Lomography is vibrant, saturated colors. Following Lomography principles of not over-thinking image composition and capturing real life, I may or may not have taken this sample photo in the bathroom of the coffee shop from which I am writing this post. Original Image Blur within the lines Image Source

SVG Zoom Effects With Internal JavaScipt March 15, 2014 • By Joe Howard • In Web Development SVG is such a great web technology with so much potential for all kinds of things. Did you know you can run “inline” JavaScript within SVG markup? I’ve been experimenting a lot with SVG over the past few weeks with the aim of trying to expand its uses beyond just icons. Today I’ll be running through another experiment using inline JavaScript within SVG for some simple DOM manipulations. Rather than go through the complexities of the demo itself, I’ll run through a simplified version of the principle and how everything works (that seemed to work quite well with the previous demo). You can check out the demo below or download the source files if you want to take a look at the specifics. Download Source Files View Demo How the effect works Before we get started, let’s take a brief look at how things work. We have a square and a circle Pretty basic, we’ve got two objects, a pink square and a green stroked circle. Duplicate the circle JavaScript

Laravel Cheat Sheet Practical: An MP3 Database Copyright © 2003-2005, Peter Seibel In this chapter you'll revisit the idea first explored in Chapter 3 of building an in-memory database out of basic Lisp data structures. This time your goal is to hold information that you'll extract from a collection of MP3 files using the ID3v2 library from Chapter 25. You'll then use this database in Chapters 28 and 29 as part of a Web-based streaming MP3 server. Of course, this time around you can use some of the language features you've learned since Chapter 3 to build a more sophisticated version. The Database The main problem with the database in Chapter 3 is that there's only one table, the list stored in the variable *db* . This time you'll solve both problems by defining a class, table , to represent individual database tables. (defclass table () ((rows :accessor rows :initarg :rows :initform (make-rows)) (schema :accessor schema :initarg :schema))) Defining a Schema (defgeneric make-column (name type &optional default-value)) Inserting Values