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maniart/diffyjs: A dependency-free motion detection library for the browser

by Krome
A dependency-free motion detection library for the browser

2015

segmentio/nightmare · GitHub

by srcmax
Nightmare is a high level wrapper for PhantomJS that lets you automate browser tasks.

2014

Breach - A new modular Browser

by srcmax
A new modular browser Entirely written in Javascript. Free. Hackable.

2013

SlimerJS

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
SlimerJS is similar to PhantomJs, except that it runs Gecko, the browser engine of Mozilla Firefox, instead of Webkit.

2012

Web Audio Demos

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
A collection of web audio demos

2011

2010

2009

Chrome Experiments - Home

by srcmax & 7 others
We think JavaScript is awesome. We also think browsers are awesome. Indeed, when we talk about them, we say they are the cat's meow – which is an American expression meaning AWESOME. In light of these deeply held beliefs, we created this site to showcase cool experiments for both JavaScript and web browsers.

Safari 4 benchmarked: 42x faster than IE 7, 3.5x faster than Firefox 3 - Crave at CNET UK

by srcmax
Proving itself a staggering 42 times faster at rendering JavaScript than IE 7, our benchmarks confirm Apple's Safari 4 browser, released in beta today, is the fastest browser on the planet. In fact, it beat Google's Chrome, Firefox 3, Opera 9.6 and even Mozilla's developmental Minefield browser.

Opera prépare un nouveau moteur JavaScript - Standblog

by srcmax (via)
Every browser is getting better on standards, JS performance, etc... But not at the same pace.

2008

Javascript - Event compatibility tables

by srcmax & 1 other (via)
On this page I give a quick overview of events browser compatibility.

2007

Highslide JS - JavaScript thumbnail viewer

by camel & 27 others
Highslide JS is a piece of JavaScript that streamlines the use of thumbnail images on web pages. The library offers these features and advantages: * No plugins like Flash or Java required. * Popup blockers are no problem. The images expand within the active browser window. * Single click. After expanding the image, the user can scroll further down or leave the page without restoring the image. * The approach uses two separate images. No heavy full-size image packed into thumbnail display size! The full-size image is loaded in the background either on page load or when the user clicks the thumb. You specify this option in the script's settings. * Compatibility and safe fallback. If the user has disabled JavaScript or the JavaScript fails in any way, the browser redirects directly to the image itself. This fallback is able to cope with most exceptions and incompatibilities.

2006

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