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  1. jqPlot Charts and Graphs for jQuery

    I don’t think I noticed this when I was bookmarking similar things a while ago.

  2. Kern.js - Make web kerning suck less.

    Nice: if you’re using Lettering.js on your page, this lets you adjust the text on the page until it looks right, then gives you the CSS adjustments to match your final look.

  3. Lettering.js - A jQuery plugin for radical web typography.

    Quite nice - adds spans around individual letters, words or lines so you can easily style them with CSS. But all that extra HTML feels “wrong” to me, even if it’s generated automatically. Some pretty examples though.

  4. Scrollorama

    “The jQuery plugin for doing cool scrolly stuff.” Indeed. (via Waxy)

  5. Bartaz/impress.js - GitHub

    Very nice browser-based, JavaScript/CSS thing for making presentations, with all slides held in one 2D (or 3D) space. Try the demo… (via Waxy)

  6. Transm.js (javascript programmable image transitions)

    A huge range of transitions that can be added to HTML images. All those things you avoid in PowerPoint.

  7. Close Pixelate · David DeSandro

    JavaScript to pixelate images, in a variety of styles, eg like Chuck Close. Very configurable, multiple layers, pixel shapes, etc.

  8. Introducing Rickshaw: A JavaScript toolkit for creating interactive time series graphs | shutterbits

    Bookmark a couple of JavaScript graphy libraries and a new one pops up like magic! (via @revdancatt)

  9. Emprise JavaScript Charts™ :: 100% Pure JavaScript Charts

    Another charting library. Looks good too I think. Non-watermarked version is $100 upwards.

  10. JS Charts - Free JavaScript charts

    Looks like a good library for drawing charts/graphs in JavaScript. Costs $39 upwards for a non-watermarked version.

  11. Detect Scrollbar Width with JavaScript

    A relatively simple way to calculate the width of the vertical scrollbar using JavaScript. (via Brett Terpstra)

  12. Jezdez/django_compressor - GitHub

    “Combines and compresses linked and inline Javascript or CSS in a Django templates into cacheable static files by using the compress template tag.” Can work with Sass CSS I believe.

  13. Pelme/django-compress - GitHub

    Looks good: a tool for automatically (or only when asked) compressing and combining CSS and JavaScript files used on a Django project.

  14. Kindle typography

    Going to some lengths to make Kindle typography better using JavaScript and CSS.

  15. RequireJS

    To help with modularising JavaScript, loading bits asynchronously, managing dependencies, etc. Looks indispensable for large JS projects.

  16. JavaScript Garden

    A good run-through of some of JavaScript’s tricky bits, a lot like Crockford’s ‘JavaScript: The Good Parts’. I still don’t get prototypes etc though. (via Cal)

  17. d3.js, Javascript library for manipulating data-driven documents

    Looks like a very flexible javascript thing for turning data into different kinds of diagram_ chart_ map_ etc. (via Waxy)

  18. Isotope

    Blimey, that’s a whizzy bit of jQuery for rearranging things on a page. I’m expecting to see a whole lot of that soon. (via Daring Fireball)

  19. Implementing a Fixed Position iOS Web Application - Google Mobile Developer Products - Google Code

    Brilliant: how to (a) make page elements fixed on iOS Safari (which doesn’t acknowledge position:fixed, grrrr) and (b) do scrolling with momentum. Gmail in iOS Safari is very swish.

  20. JQuery Cycle Plugin

    Another nice, fancy slideshow thing. (via Infovore)

  21. Nathansearles’s Faded at master - GitHub

    “A super simple fading image and content viewer for jQuery” Looks good. (via Infovore)

  22. Backbone.js

    What looks like a lovely way to structure large JavaScript projects into an MVC structure. (via Simon Willison)

  23. What’s the best way to structure large JavaScript/jQuery projects? - Quora

    I asked a question on Quora and had some helpful responses.

  24. HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.

    Even if you don’t use the whole thing, it’s a nice collection of handy little JavaScript/CSS/.htaccess techniques in one place.

  25. 10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source « Paul Irish

    I generally dislike screencasts — seems like an inefficient way to deliver information about code — but this was pretty good.

  26. Ariel Flesler: jQuery.ScrollTo

    This is very lovely: super easy to automatically scroll the window to a specific point, a DOM element, a selector… easily adjustable.

  27. JavaScript Compressor and Comparison Tool

    Paste some JavaScript in and get it compressed by various compressors.

  28. Ben Alman » jQuery Misc plugins - jQuery queueFn

    “Execute any jQuery method or arbitrary function in the animation queue.” Handy, and I keep forgetting where to find it. (via Simon Willison a while back)

  29. Highslide JS - JavaScript thumbnail viewer

    Looks good, configurable, etc. And I’m a sucker for that nice zoomy action.

  30. How to build a web widget (using jQuery) - Alex Marandon

    Good, clearly written, tutorial on writing a widget that will be included on third party websites. (via Dotcode)

  31. Introduction - iui - iUI Introduction Wiki Page. - Project Hosting on Google Code

    A JavaScript/CSS framework thing for making web apps on iPhones etc. Haven’t looked into it yet.

  32. TouchScroll, a scrolling layer for WebKit mobile [update] « – the Ajax and JavaScript Experts

    Re-implementing scrolling for WebKit Mobile web browsers. Haven’t looked at the code yet, but the demo seems good.

  33. with Thomas Fuchs » Blog Archive » Making an iPad HTML5 App & making it really fast

    Some handy tips, although some assume you’re building a website *only* for the iPad, and don’t need to worry about other platforms.

  34. Dealinium - jSlideTouch for Ipad & Iphone/Ipod using jQuery for content sliding

    Sliding content in a fixed-size element left/right or up/down on web pages on iPhone, iPad etc.

  35. iScroll | Matteo Spinelli’s

    A way to do scrolling content in a webpage in a fixed size element on iPhone. eg, lists of things.

  36. Rabble.rule: Detecting a swipe in WebKit

    Handy Javascript for using gestures on websites for the iPhone/iPad etc. (via Haddock)

  37. HOWTO: Native iPhone/iPad apps in JavaScript

    Nice, clear, simple summary of making websites work more like apps when viewed on iPhone/iPad.

  38. jCarousel - Riding carousels with jQuery

    There are lots of things like this, but I’ve used this one and it seems very nice.

  39. Tipsy

    More jQuery-based, Facebook-style, tooltips. (via Simon Willison)

  40. Jcrop - Deep Liquid

    jQuery-based tool for letting users crop images. (via Infovore)

  41. Ie6-upgrade-warning - Project Hosting on Google Code

    Easy-to-slot-in warning to users of Internet Explorer 6 to upgrade. Please.

  42. Cartographer.js – thematic mapping for Google Maps

    Javascript library for mapping data nicely onto Google Maps. Area-scaled circles, choropleth, etc. (via Simon Willison)

  43. My DebugBar | CompanionJS / HomePage

    More tools with which to beat IE into submission. (via Haddock)

  44. Diagnose and Prevent AJAX Performance Issues - dynaTrace AJAX Edition

    Tool for “diagnosing and preventing AJAX performance issues”. Annoyingly on Windows, for Internet Explorer, but free and could be useful. (via Yoz)

  45. Mu — Mu Connect

    A JavaScript library for making interaction with Facebook Connect easier. Which I somehow didn’t find when it would have been useful to me.

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