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You Don't Need the DOM Ready Event

by dzc & 1 other
It usually takes a long time for the DOM ready event to fire. During this time, many parts of a webpage are inactive as they wait for Javascript to kick in and initialize them. This delay is significant and makes a rich web application become available slower. Creates a bad user experience, doesn't adhere to any design pattern and is, really, not needed...



by manu (via)
library agnostic, extensible DOM utility

Zynga Scroller

by manu & 1 other
Accelerated panning and zooming for DOM and Canvas

Yellow Lab Tools - Outil en ligne + logiciel libre : métriques sur la perfomance web

by dzc & 2 others
open source project It lets you test a webpage (via an URL) and detects performance and front-end code quality issues. This is done by loading the webpage via PhantomJS and collecting various metrics and statistics with the help of Phantomas. These metrics are categorized and transformed into scores. It also gives in-depth details so developpers can correct the detected issues.


flight/ at master · twitter/flight · GitHub

by Krome
Flight is a lightweight, component-based JavaScript framework that maps behavior to DOM nodes. Twitter uses it for their web applications.

PhantomJS: Headless WebKit with JavaScript API

by dzc
PhantomJS is a headless WebKit with JavaScript API. It has fast and native support for various web standards: DOM handling, CSS selector, JSON, Canvas, and SVG.


ActiveJS: JavaScript Application Framework

by jdrsantos
ActiveJS is a JavaScript application framework that provides local and REST based data modeling and pure DOM view construction with back button and history support.

reporting opquast

by discret
Accessibilité, SEO, performances… la solution pour améliorer vos sites L'outil de mesure et de pilotage des professionnels de la qualité Web

Alex's blog: DOM Inspector as accessibility tool

by Monique

When you need to understand why your web page or your ARIA widget has accessibility issues then it's quite handy to inspect both DOM and accessible trees and what's most important to see *relation* between elements of these trees. That's what DOMi gives you.


Analyzing Network Characteristics Using JavaScript And The DOM, Part 1 - Smashing Coding

by Monique & 1 other

As Web developers, we have an affinity for developing with JavaScript. Whatever the language used in the back end, JavaScript and the browser are the primary language-platform combination available at the user’s end. It has many uses, ranging from silly to experience-enhancing.

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