Category: JavaScript

JavaScript tooltip framework.

Check browser support for CSS, HTML, JS and SVG with this site.

Dropzone.js is an open source library that provides drag’n’drop file uploads with image previews.

Snímek obrazovky 2013-01-26 v 18.30.33

xCharts is a JavaScript library for building beautiful and custom data-driven chart visualizations for the web using D3.js.

Image Picker is a simple jQuery plugin that transforms a select element into a more user friendly graphical interface.

Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete/autosuggest boxes for text input fields.

Another example of what I call primary research in HTML5, CSS & JavaScript:

FFF is a collection of interactive experiences. Each experience has its own unique design and functionality. All the experiences are created in HTML5, the site works beatifully on both desktop and tablet.

A fully responsive and lightweight jQuery dateinput picker

Via @Zraly

A powerful slider for selecting value ranges, supporting dates and more.

Touch support included.

Collie is a high performance animation library for javascript.

jQuery plugin for simple but powerful sprite based animations and panning

This pure javascript library allows you to do simple A/B testing working only on your client-side code. All data is registered as custom variables in your website Google Analytics profile, so you don’t need to configure anything server side.

Shapeshift is like Masonry but with drag & drop. Touch support included.

4 kb of uncompressed JavaScript allows you to use <input type="color"> even for IE6+.

Kendo UI blog:

HTML5 takes another huge step forward with Chrome Packaged Apps. Packaged Apps open-up the desktop to HTML5 developers. Reusing all of the skills mastered for the web and mobile, Packaged Apps empowers developers to create complete app experiences that can be run anywhere you find Chrome: Windows, Mac, Linux, and, of course, Chrome OS!

These apps do not run in a “browser.” They run as independent, standalone apps with their own shell. Chrome powers the entire experience, but for users, Packaged Apps are not a browser experience. They’re an app experience.

Definitely worth a look.

Alex MacCaw writes about CSS custom filters, autocomplete API, Google Chrome Apps, ECMAScript 6 and Web Compotents.

Nice collection of jQuery plugins with search. (Though I would prefer tags.)

Via @elfineer

Over 800 pages if you are interested.

Looks usefull.

Via @robinraszka

Nice work by Kiandra team.