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A Simple Lightweight Modal Windows jQuery Plugin

Posted · Category: License Free, Popup

LeanModal is a simple JQuery plugin for modal windows. It is built for all the short dialogs, alerts, panels and such associated with an app, that you may want to handle in a modal window. Designed to handle hidden content, and doesn’t apply any styles to the target element, other than for displaying and positioning.


Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://leanmodal.finelysliced.com.au/
License: License Free

A Powerful jQuery HTML5 Audio Library

Posted · Category: MIT License, Sound

Buzz is a small but powerful Javascript library that allows you to easily take advantage of the new HTML5 audio element. It degrades properly on non-modern browsers. It is written by Jay Salvat and licensed under the MIT License.


Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://buzz.jaysalvat.com/demo/
License: MIT License

The Winners of 3 x Answerbase Annual Licenses

Posted · Category: Announcement

Thank you for all of the participants of Answerbase: Q&A Forum (3 Annual Licenses Giveaway). We are happy to announce the following winner. Congratulations. You will receive an email from Answerbase with instructions of getting the annual license shortly.

1. Gigi
2. doobdargent
3. TennisPoint

WebAppers will continue giving away some really nice web development tools and resources to our readers. Please feel free to suggest what you would like for the next Giveaway under this post. Thank you.

Preview Mobile Websites Easily with Mobilizer Desktop App

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

Mobilizer is a mobile preview desktop application. You can easily preview mobile websites, design mockups, and local HTML on Mac or PC. You can preview on iPhone 4, Palm Pre, HTC Evo, and Blackberry Storm, with more devices on the way.

Simply visit any URL or drag and drop local HTML, Flash, or image files. You are able to view the same site on multiple devices. At last, you can export PNGs of device views, which is perfect for portfolios.


Requirements: Adobe Air
Demo: http://www.springbox.com/mobilizer/
License: License Free

Create Beautiful Dropdowns with DropKick jQuery Plugin

Posted · Category: Forms, License Free

Creating custom dropdowns is usually a tedious process that requires a ton of extra setup time. Oftentimes lacking conveniences that native dropdowns have such as keyboard navigation. DropKick removes the tedium and lets you focus on making your dropdowns look good.

DropKick also degrades gracefully: if the user has javascript disabled everything will continue as normal using your regular <select> elements. And it works on on IE7 and 8 too.


Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://jamielottering.github.com/DropKick/
License: License Free

Debug Your Mobile Applications with Socketbug

Posted · Category: Code, LGPL License

Mobile Application Developers, while able to produce amazing applications, are limited by the native browsers own limited functionality. Basic features available on desktop browsers are completely absent from mobile browsers. The ability to view source code, debug javascript, or even execute a javascript command from a console are all tools developers have come to expect while developing websites.

This is where Socketbug fills the gap! Socketbug is a Remote Debugging Utility built using Socket.IO. This means you can now use modern browsers ( both mobile and desktop ) to work together to allow you to remotely debug you mobile web applications.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.socketbug.com/
License: LGPL License

CSS3 Transitions with Custom Easing Functions

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

CSS3 transitions are easy to implement, more performant than the setTimeout based alternative & because of this work really well on mobile devices. However, it is not as flexible as the Javascript alternatives is easing functions.

Libraries such as jQuery & Scripty2 have a suite of really compelling functions that just aren’t available with CSS transitions. So, here we have Morf, a Javascript work-around for hardware accelerated CSS3 transitions with custom easing functions.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.joelambert.co.uk/morf/
License: MIT License

Answerbase: Q&A Forum (3 Annual Licenses Giveaway)

Posted · Category: Announcement

Answerbase allows you to set up a Q&A system for your website in just a few minutes. You can easily integrate with your existing website or start a brand new online Q&A community on any subject.

Users will be able to ask questions relevant to your site’s subject matter quickly and easily through your very own Q&A platform. As your visitors ask questions, other members of the community and members of your staff are able to submit quality answers.


One of the features I really like about Answerbase is that active members and the answers that they submit are ranked and rated so that visitors to your site are able to easily recognize valuable content and contributors. And also, your Q&A site can be customized to reflect your design preferences, allowing you to visually integrate with your existing site.

Answerbase is very kind to giveaway 3x Business Level accounts (1 full year of free service valued at $200/month each) to our readers. In order to win one of the annual licenses, you have to sign up for a free trial of the Answerbase service, and then submit your Answerbase site name to the comments under this post. Winners will be picked randomly on 7th July 2011.

Share Your Code with GitHub for Mac

Posted · Category: Code, Tools

GitHub for Mac has just launched recently. Now you can Clone repositories, Browse history, Commit changes, Branch code, and Share code on github.com as simple as possible. The sync button pushes your changes to GitHub and pulls down other’s changes in one operation.

You can add a repository by dragging a folder to the application. When you add repositories to GitHub for Mac, they automatically match them up with any organizations you belong to.


Requirements: Mac
Demo: http://mac.github.com/
License: -

Open Source Vector Graphics Scripting Framework

Posted · Category: Charts, MIT License

Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface.

Paper.js is easy to learn for beginners and has lots to master for intermediate and advanced users. Paper.js is developed by Jürg Lehni & Jonathan Puckey, and distributed under the permissive MIT License.


Requirements: Browsers support Canvas and EcmaScript 5
Demo: http://paperjs.org/
License: MIT License

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