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Real-time Heatmap with Javascript & HTML Canvas Element

Posted · Category: Charts, License Free

Patrick Wied has shown us how to generates a real-time heatmap with javascript and the HTMLCanvas element depending on the user’s mouse movement.

It is also possible to save the image data of the heatmap. You just have to use the getData function, which returns a (long) data-URL of your heatmap image, to get it. This is especially useful for subsequent serverside processing or saving the image on the client.

javascript-heatmap

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.patrick-wied.at/static/heatmap/
License: License Free

100+ Free HTML Email Templates with PSD Source Files

Posted · Category: Webmail

For too long HTML email has been the ugly step-child of the web. It’s time for a change, so Campaign Monitor teamed up with some seriously talented designers to bring their skills to the world of HTML email.

There are 100+ Free HTML Email Templates with PSD source files. Every template has been thoroughly tested in more than 20 of the most popular email clients like Outlook 2010, Gmail, Lotus Notes, Apple Mail, the iPhone, and more. They’re ready to roll and are completely free.

free-email-templates

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.campaignmonitor.com/templates/
License: License Free

The Winners of 5 x RapidSSL Certificates by SSLmatic

Posted · Category: Announcement

Thank you for all of the participants of Giveaway 5 x RapidSSL Certificates by SSLmatic. We are happy to announce the following winner. Congratulations. You will receive an email from SSLmatic about how to claim your prize.

1. Santiago 2. Jens 3. Peter Dedene 4. Austin 5. Faisal Basra

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.

Subtitle & Caption Your Videos Easily with Viewers

Posted · Category: GPL License, Video

The lack of captions and subtitles on video is a major obstacle for people with hearing disabilities and a huge language barrier for the whole world. Universal Subtitles want to give individuals and communities the power to overcome these barriers. The tools they are building are free and open source and will make the work of subtitling and translating video simpler, more appealing, and, most of all, more collaborative.

Universal Subtitles make it easy for anyone to add subtitles, captions, or translate nearly any video on the web. You add their widget to your videos. Then you and your viewers can add subtitles, which anyone can watch.

video-subtitles

Requirements: -
Demo: http://universalsubtitles.org/
License: AGPL License

Selected Web Development Posts From HotScripts Blog

Posted · Category: Best Collections

HotScripts is an iconic web resource directory featuring web development and programming-related resources for webmasters, developers, business owners, and programmers. Its blog covers a variety of web development topics and we’ve hand-picked some selected posts for you. Enjoy!

25 Emerging Free Web Scripts to Watch
Here is our list, in no particular order, of 25 Emerging Free Scripts to Watch. This list comprises scripts coded in different languages and in a broad range of categories, from e-commerce to social networking and frameworks.
Transform WordPress into more than just a Blog
Learn how you can turn WordPress into more than just a blog. We’ll look into plugins and themes aimed at transforming wordpress into a bug tracker, auction site, Q&A site, CRM or even a classified job board site.
10 Useful APIs for your Web Site & App
Web developers can take advantage of 1000s of APIs to add more content or functionality to their site. We’ve compiled a list of 10 most useful APIs you can consider using for your web site or application. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics

Posted · Category: License Free, Stats

Have you ever thought of using Google Analytics’ Custom Variables feature to measure the real performance of visitors to your website? Take a look at the article: How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics. It’s a little clumsy since Google Analytics wasn’t really meant to do this, but it’s good enough that many of you might find it useful.

google-analytics-page-load

Requirements: Google Analytics
Demo: http://blog.yottaa.com/2010/10/how-to-measure-page-load-time…
License: License Free

How to Create Animated Shine Effect with jQuery & CSS3

Posted · Category: Gallery, License Free

Addy Osmani shows us how you can create a kick-ass animated Shine Effect with jQuery & CSS3 and then use it to create your very own Shiny Gallery ‘ShineTime’. This effect is useful in making your user interface elements look like they’re a real polaroid photo (or made of glass) and the best part is, it’s not that difficult to achieve.

You’ll also learn today how you can successfully use layering in your designs to give your gallery that extra bit of detail that can make it stand out from the others.

shine-time-jquery

Requirements: jQuery Framework & CSS3
Demo: http://www.addyosmani.com/resources/shinetime/
License: License Free

Giveaway 5 x RapidSSL Certificates by SSLmatic

Posted · Category: Announcement

SSL is a web standard for encrypting communications between users and SSL (secure sockets layer) websites. Data is encyrpted when sent via a SSL connection to make it safer.

SSLmatic offers the SSL certificates of the most popular brands like RapidSSL, Geotrust, Verisign for huge discounts. Apart from getting cheap SSL certificates, once the certificate is bought, you also become the customer of the provider which means you can get support directly from the provider itself and/or SSLmatic.

SSLmatic is very kind to giveaway 5 x RapidSSL Certificates to our readers. Simply leave a comment under this giveaway contest. We will pick 5 lucky person and announce the winners on 31st Oct. What are you waiting for?

sslmatic

The Linear Layout – Network Visualization Method

Posted · Category: Charts, License Free

The Linear Layout visualization is a productive approach to network visual analytics. It is a scalable, computationally fast, and straight-forward network visualization method that makes possible visual interpretation of network structure and evolution.

The linear layout method can be applied to data structures other than networks. Fundamentally, the method requires that your data structure can be mapped onto a set of pairwise relationships. The objects of each pair can be network nodes, but they can also be an interval or spatial position.

The power of the method is realized when you can classify your objects (e.g. assign them to an axis) and, for each object, compute a meaningful property (e.g. degree, to determine object position on the axis).

linear-visualization

Requirements: -
Demo: http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/linnet/
License: License Free

How to Create HTML5 Forms

Posted · Category: Forms

Years later forms are still the primary way our users can interact with us, more than just clicking on links or triggering JavaScript events. Indeed, it’s likely the first thing you do when you start up your favourite browser is type a search query into a form.

With a combination of server-side scripting and AJAX we now have feature-rich forms, but all at the expense of programming complexity. Funny thing is, we’re now so used to this sort of code that what is about to happen almost seems too simple.

Inevitably, as is the case with much of the HTML5 spec, HTML has now caught up with the needs of web designers and developers by providing a remarkably simple way of creating usable and even extensible forms.

html5-form

Source: http://thinkvitamin.com/code/fun-with-html5-forms/

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