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Drag to Download |

by simon_bricolo & 1 other
script qui lance le téléchargement d'un ficher après un petit drag'n'drop.

April 2007


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November 2006 - web 2.0 javascript

by cascamorto & 201 others provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries to make your web sites and web applications fly. What's inside? animation framework, drag and drop, Ajax controls DOM utilities, and unit testing. It's an add-on to the fantastic Prototype framework.

August 2006

July 2006

Pligg Beta

by jackiege & 33 others
Pligg is Web 2.0 Content Management System (CMS) unlike any other existing CMS.By giving users the ability to collaboratively submit and dismiss articles, you are offering an experience that users are happy to take part in on a daily basis.


by jackiege & 2 others
reproduce the functionality of We've changed up a few things about it, but kept how the site basically works.

June 2006

Incito - Interactive Everything

by jackiege
SwfJax uses a lightweight SWF (Adobe's Small Web Format or simply - Flash) engine to get XML data from the server and xPath (XML Path Language) to address a part of data it has retrieved. Data can be returned back to Javascript as an Array. You can also send multiple xPath queries at once.

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