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jQuery UI: Widgets, Components, and Interactions

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jQuery UI is a set of themable widgets and interactions, built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library, that you can use to build highly interactive web applications. The core of the library revolves around different mouse interactions, namely drag and dropping, sorting, selecting, and resizing. On top of the core interactions are built a number of reusable widgets, including accordions, date pickers, dialogs, sliders, table sorters, and tabs. Finally, the library is finished off with a few effects that you can use to liven up your site, specifically magnifier and shadow.


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MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented javascript framework designed to make writing extensible and compatible code easier and faster. MooTools lets you get the job done efficiently and effectively.


Amberjack: Site Tour Creator - Simple. Free. Open Source.

by 28 others
Amberjack is a lightweight Open Source library, enabling webmasters to create cool site tours. By guiding your site visitors, Amberjack tours can greatly improve the usability of your website. The Amberjack JavaScript library is lightweight (~4K), stable, LGPL licensed, browser compatible, set up in 2 minutes & super-easy to customize. Best of all, nothing must be installed or learned. Use the Tour Wizard to create great looking and helpful tours for your site or intranet application.

Getting Started with jQuery

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This guide is an introduction to the jQuery library. Knowledge of javascript and the document object model (DOM) is required. It starts from ground up and tries to explain details where necessary. It covers a simple hello world example, selector and event basics, AJAX, FX and usage and authoring of plugins. This guide contains no "click me" examples. The intention of providing only "copy me" code is to invite you to try it for yourself. Copy an example, see what it does, and modify it.

jQuery: New Wave Javascript

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jQuery is a new type of Javascript library. It is not a huge, bloated framework promising the best in AJAX - nor is it just a set of needlessly complex enhancements - jQuery is designed to change the way that you write Javascript.

moo.fx - the next small thing

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moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, written with prototype.js. It's easy to use, fast, cross-browser, standards compliant, provides controls to modify Height, Width, and Opacity with builtin checks that won't let a user break the effect with multiple crazy clicks. It's also optimized to make you write the lesser code possible. moo.fx has been successfully tested with: Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer. It should work in most of the gecko browsers too. Only Height and Width will work in Opera, since that browser does not support opacity.

Prototype JavaScript Framework: Class-style OO, Ajax, and more

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Prototype is a JavaScript framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications. Featuring a unique, easy-to-use toolkit for class-driven development and the nicest Ajax library around, Prototype is quickly becoming the codebase of choice for web application developers everywhere.

Speller Pages - Open Source Web Spell Checker

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Speller Pages is a free, Open Source Web user interface and JavaScript library for a server-side spell check program. Available in PHP or Perl/CGI versions, Speller Pages allows you to bring the superior spelling suggestion capabilites of GNU Aspell to users of your Web site.


Particletree · Quick Guide to Prototype

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JavaScript’s increasing popularity throughout the web makes it more important than ever to make sure our client side code is implemented with a nice mix of stability, speed, and reusability. One of the best ways for accomplishing this is to use a simple library and syntax to use as a foundation for every project. Thankfully, Sam Stephenson created an amazing library of functions that we can rely on called Prototype.js to ease our JavaScript development practices.

mad4milk : scroll your internal links smoothly

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So, I’ve created a basic effect, to smoothly scroll from an object’s position to another.

Robert’s talk » The Ultimate getElementsByClassName

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To get all a elements in the document with a “info-links” class. getElementsByClassName(document, "a", "info-links"); To get all div elements within the element named “container”, with a “col” class. getElementsByClassName(document.getElementById("container"), "div", "col"); To get all elements within in the document with a “click-me” class. getElementsByClassName(document, "*", "click-me");

Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

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That's why I came up with Behaviour - my solution to unobtrusive javascript behaviours. Behaviour lets you use CSS selectors to specify elements to add javascript events to. This means that instead of writing:

StickBlog » Blog Archive » Upload multiple files with a single file element

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If you have a form where you want to allow a user to upload more than one file, you’re stuck with either adding as many file input elements as the number of files you want to upload, or possibly having new ones appear ‘magically’ through Javascript. | Some CSS-related javascript utility functions

by 2 others
Quelques functions javascript pour manipuler les attributs class des objets DOM

Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

by 27 others (via)
AJAX (asynchronous javascript and xml) has been getting a lot of press lately. It is seen as a way to add desktop-application functionality to html pages. Things like Drag and drop, Fluid animations and Dynamic page updates. It's great to see public uptake of these technologies - but it worries me to see the influx of <SCRIPT> tags and onclick attributes into webpages.

Efficient JavaScript code -

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Well written code will help to minimise the performance impact of User JavaScripts.

wg:Javascript: what's next?

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Content, structure and presentation are now precisely defined, but I believe that the behaviour layer is too tight for javascript, javascript is not only about events, and separation is not good for the evolution of javascript. Modern javascript is in fact breaking the layer-model we thought was correct. I believe it’s perfectly logical to have presentational javascript which can go throughout structure and presentation.

Simon Willison: getElementsBySelector()

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Inspired by Andy, I decided to have a crack at something I've been thinking about trying for a long time. document.getElementsBySelector is a javascript function which takes a standard CSS style selector and returns an array of elements objects from the document that match that selector.

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