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Bookmarks tagged with “webdevelopment”

  1. jCarousel - Riding carousels with jQuery

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

  2. Placehold.it - Quick and simple image placeholders

    One of those things you didn’t know you needed until you saw it. Very handy. (via Infovore)

  3. Jilion - SublimeVideo

    That lovely HTML5 video player which I keep seeing and then forgetting the URL of.

  4. Revised Font Stack | A Way Back

    More thoughts on good CSS font stacks. (via Tom Taylor)

  5. Melody: Community Powered Publishing

    An in-development open source CMS designed to be compatible with Movable Type. Not sure why, but maybe it’s interesting…?

  6. Byrnereese’s mt-plugin-profiler at master - GitHub

    Hopefully useful Movable Type plugin for working out which bits of your templates are taking ages to rebuild.

  7. Boks - A Visual Grid Editor - Toki Woki.

    An AIR application that generates customised CSS etc files for use with the Blueprint CSS framework. Handy.

  8. Robhudson’s django-debug-toolbar at master - GitHub

    Looks very handy for showing what’s happening under the hood on your Django pages.

  9. Tipsy

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

  10. Jcrop - Deep Liquid

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

  11. 960 Gridder - Lay out websites with ease.

    Handy bookmarklet that overlays a grid on top of the current web page.

  12. Crowdsourced document analysis and MP expenses

    About writing the Guardian’s site that lets people examine MPs’ expenses. Especially good on the lessons learned from the first version, and how they improved for the second.

  13. Useful temporal functions & queries | code.openark.org

    Some handy little techniques in there for calculating time and date things in MySQL. (via Infovore)

  14. Install Movable Type on a Mac - Adventures in Movable Type

    This is always more pain than it should be. A handy guide.

  15. The Death Of The Blog Post - Smashing Magazine

    Ignore the stupid title as it’s worth a read. About people who do custom page designs for every blog post.

  16. Thematic, A WordPress Theme Framework

    Looks very interesting as a basis from which to build. (via Haddock)

  17. An elegant, flexible WordPress theme · Tarski

    Not bad, not sure about the serif subheads myself, but a good base. (via Haddock)

  18. Basic Maths | A new theme for WordPress designed and developed by Khoi Vinh with Allan Cole.

    Somehow both simple and busy at the same time. (via Daring Fireball)

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

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

  20. What Mother never told you about SVN Branching and Merging « Design By Gravity

    This kind of stuff scares me, but this is a technique that’s supposed to work.

  21. Flogr - Project Hosting on Google Code

    Looks like a nice way to make a portfolio site from your photos stored on Flickr. Example: http://thecarruthfamily.com/michael/photos/ (via Infovore)

  22. Why do we have an IMG element? [dive into mark]

    The history of the image element in HTML. A great bit of documenting internet history. (via Waxy)

  23. Facebook Developers | Platform Live Status

    Current status of the Facebook platform.

  24. Cartographer.js – thematic mapping for Google Maps

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

  25. My DebugBar | CompanionJS / HomePage

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

  26. 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)

  27. 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.

  28. Hiddenloop’s paging_keys_js at master - GitHub

    Could be handy - javascript for doing the j/k up/down navigation thing through a page. (via Kottke)

  29. gRaphaël—Charting JavaScript Library

    That looks very nice indeed. (via Infovore)

  30. Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

    Sounds like an interesting, free, online book for those of us unlikely to learn real programming any time soon. (via Infovore)

  31. Tutorial for Flash MP3 Player

    Nice, simple embedded MP3 player.

  32. How To: Getting Started with Amazon EC2 — PaulStamatiou.com

    A good intro to EC2, which I’d like to get know better. (via Infovore)

  33. Parse JSON with jQuery and JavaScript redux using the Flickr Services API | d’bug

    I’ve read oodles of JavaScript examples on weblogs recently and it’s so nice to occasionally find one that explains things well, has good working examples, and inspires confidence. Shouldn’t be rare, but is.

  34. Stacey, Simplified portfolios

    “Stacey is an easier way to create a portfolio site. No database setup or installation files, simply drop the application on a server and it runs. Your content is managed by creating folders and editing text files.” Looks lovely. (via Infovore)

  35. Test Accounts - Facebook Developer Wiki

    For when developing and testing Apps. Because I’ll need this again

  36. Pure CSS opacity and how to have opaque children, css, xhtml, Steven York.com

    Because I keep forgetting this and having to look it up again.

  37. Re: [OpenLayers-Users] Displaying a popup on mouse over AND a different popup on click.

    Code example for having OpenLayers markers that can be hovered over and clicked.

  38. http://openlayers.org/dev/examples/georss-flickr.html

    Another example of clickable images in a vector layer in an OpenLayers map.

  39. Flickr: Contacts Photo Browser

    Example of OpenLayers using clickable images in a vector layer.

  40. GMapCreator, OpenLayers and OpenStreetMap

    “Get data from a shapefile onto OpenStreetMap using OpenLayers and the GMapCreator.” Example includes a method for using image tiles named with keyhole strings into something OpenLayers can use.

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