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July 2006

Decimail - Introducing Decimail

Decimail is a pair of email applications: * Decimail Webmail is a web-based email client. It uses predominantly client-side code - i.e. Javascript in you web browser - to deliver a highly-responsive application. * Decimail Server is an IMAP email server that uses a PostgreSQL database for message storage. Mailboxes are defined by SQL queries, making complex message searchng and categorisation possible. Both applications use the standard email protocols, IMAP and SMTP. So although Webmail and Server can be used together, this is not necessary: subject to bugs, Webmail can be used with any IMAP server and Server can be used with any IMAP client.

May 2006

Reflection.js

by 35 others
Reflection.js 1.5 allows you to add reflections to images on your webpages. It uses unobtrusive javascript to keep your code clean.

March 2006

Script Smarter: Quality JavaScript from Scratch

by 3 others
This article is actually an excerpt from SitePoint's new title, The JavaScript Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks

January 2006

November 2005

Rich Text Editing With Dojo

by 12 others
Rich text (WYSIWYG) editing on the web is a difficult problem. Browser-based rich text editors to date have failed to meet users stability expectations or in other ways subtly break the seamlessness of the editing experience. The Dojo Editor widget, written by Paul Sowden and David Schontzler, provides a solution to these problems in an easy-to-integrate package.

October 2005

HTMLtoMochiDOM HTML to MochiDOM script - Spike Developer Zone

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a script that will convert well-formed chunks of html (read valid xml) to javascript code for MochiKit.

Mass Transit - Subway's new Ajax framework

CrackAJAX is based around the concept of an AjaxPage, an HTML page that is "ajaxified." In its current incarnation, you can write the HTML code right in the docstring, or pass it a callable template rendering method. You extend the AjaxPage class, add your markup, and then add special methods. These special methods are decorated as either @clientside or @serverside, depending on where you want them to be run. @clientside methods translate the Python source code of the method to client-side JavaScript, and @serverside methods automatically generate an XML-RPC call to the server. You can call these seamlessly from your DHTML handlers, just like regular JavaScript.

July 2005

MochiKit – A lightweight Javascript library

by 24 others
MochiKit is a highly documented and well tested, suite of JavaScript libraries that will help you get shit done, fast. We took all the good ideas we could find from our Python, Objective-C, etc. experience and adapted it to the crazy world of JavaScript.

Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

by 27 others
Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality

May 2005

April 2005

March 2005

Dojo Toolkit

by 67 others
Dojo is an Open Source effort by an invited set of contributors to create a UI toolkit that allows a larger number of web application authors to easily use the rich capabilities of modern browsers.

Nice titles for Greasemonkey

The web is getting better all the time.

.: jsolait.net :.

by 7 others
Library of reusable modules and components and enhancing JavaScript.

Customising GMail with GreaseMonkey - SitePoint DHTML & CSS Blog

Automatically running a Javascript when visiting a given site.

February 2005

extras: quoteplay - malevolent design

by 1 other
quoteplay allows others to link to specific bits of your audio files

January 2005

dp.SyntaxHighlighter

by 10 others
JavaScript tool for source code syntax highlighting.

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