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Alloy Love

by Xavier Lacot
A micro-site for all your alloy love - indeed a collection of useful libs and widgets when developing with titanium alloy.

Awesome PHP Libraries and Resources

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
An extensive list of interesting PHP libraries and frameworks

Clojure libraries for MongoDB, Riak, RabbitMQ, validations, Neo4J, ElasticSearch, Memcached, Apache Cassandra, Kestrel and more

by ghis (via)
A growing collection of open source Clojure libraries. We value solid documentation, ease of use, the "batteries included" philosophy, contributor-friendly development process.


cdnjs - the missing cdn

by Xavier Lacot
A CDN for js libraries, hosted and maintained by CloudFlare



Le « monde » Python

by ghis & 2 others
Presentation of Python and its ecosystem. Useful librairies mentionned at the end of the presentation.

by Xavier Lacot
Pearhub is a pear channel and a pear package publishing platform. As a user, you can install packages. As a developer, you can publish packages.


YUI -- The Yahoo! User Interface Library

by ycc2106 & 28 others
The YUI Library is a set of utilities and controls, written in JavaScript, for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX. YUI is available under a BSD license and is free for all uses. The YUI project includes the YUI Library and two build-time tools: YUI Compressor (minification) and YUI Doc (documentation engine for JavaScript code).


ALA TechSource | Drupal in Libraries

by claire_
how-to guide for libraries interested in utilizing Drupal — and its dedicated developer community — to build dynamic and easy-to-use library Web sites.


Best Practices for Applying Ajax to JSR 168 Portlets

by holyver & 1 other (via)
A year ago, the article Asynchronous Rendering of Portlet Content With Ajax Technology demonstrated how to apply Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) to portlets. Since then, Ajax has become increasingly popular in the software arena and many new Ajax technologies have emerged. Examples are JavaScript libraries and toolkits, such as the Dojo Toolkit, the Yahoo! UI Library, the Google Web Toolkit,, and DHTML Goodies. In addition, new standards bodies like Open Ajax and the Dojo Foundation are key players. In light of the many developments in the past year and the host of feedback on how to use Ajax in portlets, this article describes several helpful tips and practices on how best to exploit Ajax in portlets that comply with the Java Specification Request (JSR) 168: Portlet Specification.

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