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Concevoir un élément animé en 3D pour le multi-screen avec jQuery et CSS3.

 

La présentation que je fais pour #ParisJS est ici !

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1khVWiDeFj-KY2OhVqbZN_w1aef2iCC0yhhLEdj8p8yY/edit?usp=sharing

 

flatClock3d-google-doc

No image, no webGL, no native !

 

 

With this prototype,  on desktop browsers you can move around  the 3D CSS clock model with your mouse. On mobile browsers, rotation is triggered by the mobile orientation …

 

C’est un prototype (plus un Framework qu’un plugin) qui permet de tester les fonctionnalités sur différents types d’écrans et de navigateurs : Desktop, mobile, tablette…
La rotation 3D est pilotée par la souris (le “pointer”) ou simplement par l’orientation du mobile…
Crédit : The code to 3D rotate a CSS box was originally inspired from there : http://www.laplace2be.com/projects/phone/
(It’s seem “laplacetobe” have been inspired too by http://lenticular.attasi.com ;)
I have refactored the code following Twitter boostrap plugin guideline :
http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/javascript.html

 

Avec le triptyque suivant pour la partie cross-browsers du projet :

 

[UPDATE]

La présentation que je fais pour #ParisJS est ici !

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1khVWiDeFj-KY2OhVqbZN_w1aef2iCC0yhhLEdj8p8yY/edit?usp=sharing

 

On my HTC One S with Chrome browser and Firefox browser…

 

2013-05-30_15-33-35  2013-05-30_15-37-26

 

Here on your PC…

 

 

Some others infos here :

http://www.b2bweb.fr/molokoloco/pixels-polished-jquery-css3-analogue-clock/

 

jquery-scrollView-pluginVisual helper while scrolling web page. Draw an indicator providing user with infos on the current viewport while scrolling.   “One view for each screen that user need to scroll to get to the bottom of the HTML view”   User can also click to directly go to the corresponding screen in the viewport.

 

It include :

  • $.scrollToMe();
  • $.scrollScreen();
  • + Find scrollElement
  • + getHash() || setHash(), …

 

Nb : It seem to have a bug on Firefox 21,  with right fixed positioning of “.scrollScreen” even if the plugin don’t touch this properties. In the end, plugin manipulate the left to emulate right:0; …

 

 

Made an other (older) plugin here :

 

A noter aussi…

#jQuery colonize, traverse DOM tree to find paragraphs next to each chapter, extract them and wrap them within a DIV.

Theses DIVs allow the control of multicols configuration via #CSS3.

 

The plugin take care to vertically split colums if it’s total height exceed viewport height. We can also include or exclude some TAGs of the selection…

The configuration can be with CSS colWidth or CSS colCount.
You can see a real example hereMy Book Readr : Etienne Chouard.

 

…the new “BootStrapped” plugin version …

 

jQuery.colonizr.js (V0.9.0)

 

Feel free to contribute via comments or Github :)

 

 

 

Real life example :

http://www.b2bweb.fr/molokoloco/etienne-chouard-centralite-du-tirage-au-sort-en-democratie/

Voici un projet que j’aimerais enfin présenter (6 mois après !). Je ne sais pas par où commencer tellement le sujet est vaste ^^

 

Pour cerner le sujet en quelques ligne : jQuery BoxFX est un émetteur de particules DOM
C’est un plugin jQuery léger (~1000 lignes) et hyper-customisable qui permet de créer/animer des éléments dans une page. De manière simple. En moins de dix lignes de configuration, pour les développeurs ou les designers…

 

Pour faire une animation il faut une surface, cela donne les coordonnées X et Y. C’est la “Box”. Cela peut être une DIV, le BODY… Ensuite il nous faut des trucs à faire bouger dedans… des abeilles ? !! Non trop intelligentes les abeilles… on va prendre des “graines” (seeds) On vas secouer des graines dans une boite ^^

Le principe et de générer, X fois par secondes, un élément HTML, de lui appliquer des propriétés CSS3 (de départ), de l’insérer dans le DOM. Quasi immédiatement, le plugin applique les propriétés CSS de fin, le navigateur se chargeant de faire l’animation, et, au bout d’un certain temps, on recycle l’élément. Le plugin fonctionne aussi très bien avec les Keyframes. Un des avantages est de pouvoir manipuler des éléments en masse, sans éditer de CSS en masse !!

 

Sur les page web nouvelle génération, il s’agit souvent de flux d’infos : le mur facebook avec des news, Twitter, votre site d’actus préféré, les commentaires autour des morceaux sur soundcloud… Des petites boites avec un contenu qui passent et peuvent disparaissent une fois vue… Un flux de de donné sous forme d’items…
BoxFX est capable de prendre un tableau de donné et de le dépiler dans un nombre d’éléments HTML que vous définissez. Cela peut être 50 news a faire défiler une fois dans une dizaine de “boites” ou à l’inverse 3 mots a faire tourner en boucle dans 100 petites boites.

 

Tout est expliqué dans le README du projet (qui est assez conséquent et en Anglais… Courage !)

 

Au fond, le plugin peut s’utiliser de toutes les manières :

  • Créer des éléments ou utiliser des collections existantes
  • Gérer les transitions, des images-clés (keyframes) et s’occuper de la compatibilité entre les navigateurs
  • Créez des animations, pleines de graphisme ou seulement automatiser l’insertion DOM
  • Gérer en masse les propriétés CSS de l’animations, ou régler finement sur la base de l’index d’élément
  • Appliquer des “effets” sur tous les éléments et les gérer dans le temps
  • Associer des données JSON (ou pas!), et se servir d’un template dynamique

(C’est la suite de http://www.b2bweb.fr/molokoloco/emitter-sprites-particules-factory-with-jquery-css3/)

 

Rien ne vaut une démo… donc :

 

 

Voici un exemple concret pour votre site :

 

$emitter1 = $('div#emitterZone1').boxFx({
	seeds             : '<div>N°{id} - {title}</div>',
	data              : [
            {id:1, title:'toto'}, {id:2, title:'tutu'}, {id:3, title:'toto'}, {id:4, title:'tutu'},
            {id:5, title:'toto'}, {id:6, title:'tutu'}, {id:7, title:'toto'}, {id:8, title:'tutu'}
        ],
	effect            : '',
	newAtTop          : true,
	stopAtEnd         : 'detach',
	delay             : 4000,
	maxSeeds          : 10,
	emitterRadius     : 0, 
	styles            : {},
	keyframes         : [{
		duration         : '24000ms',
		timingFunction   : 'linear',
		iterationCount   : '1',
		direction        : 'normal',
		steps            : [{
				step: '0%',
				opacity: .7,
				transform : function() { return 'translate(-100px, '+$.getRand((middleTop - minMax), (middleTop + minMax))+'px)'; } // rotate('+$.getRand(-6, 6)+'deg) 
			}, {
				step: '30%',
				opacity: 0
			}, {
				step: '70%',
				opacity: 0
			}, {
				step: '100%',
				opacity: .7,
				transform : function() { return 'translate('+($.q.windowWidth + 100)+'px, '+$.getRand((middleTop - minMax), (middleTop + minMax))+'px)'; }
		}]
	}]
});
 
$('a#stop').click(function() { $emitter1.trigger('stop'); });

[UPDATE : Projet en cours de refonte ici : https://github.com/molokoloco/jQuery.boxFx]

 

J’ai voulu tester ce que pouvais donner un émetteur de particule en DOM jQuery/CSS (Sans canvas)…

C’est un plugin léger et hyper-customisable, son principe et de (re)générer, X fois par secondes, un élément HTML, de lui appliquer des propriétés CSS3 (de départ), de l’insérer dans le DOM.

Le plugin applique quasi immédiatement les propriétés CSS de fin, et, au bout d’un certain temps, recycle l’élément : L’animation n’est pas faite avec jQuery $.animate() mais grâce aux propriétés CSS3 de transition, afin de bénéficier de l’accélération matériel (GPU)

 

 

 

En arrière plan, le plugin contient quelques méthodes qui permettent aux propriétés “cssFrom” et “cssTo” de supporter automatiquement l’ajout du “browser prefix” :

 

  • Fix and apply styles on element with correct browsers prefix
  • $(e).crossCss({borderRadius:’10px’}) >>> $(e).css({WebkitBorderRadius:’10px’})
  • Use Modernizer : https://github.com/Modernizr/Modernizr/blob/master/modernizr.js
  • Modernizr.prefixed(“borderRadius”); // e.g FF3.6 ‘MozBorderRadius’, FF4 ‘borderRadius’

 

$.fn.crossCss = function(css) {
	return this.each(function() {
		var $this = $(this);
		if (typeof css != 'object') return $this;
		for (var p in css)
			if (Modernizr.prefixed(p))
				css[Modernizr.prefixed(p)] = css[p];
		return $this.css(css);
	 });
};

 

Support cross-browser : Transition, borderRadius, borderImage, maskImage, Transform, boxShadow, etc

 

Le plugin écoute (bind) plusieurs événement via des méthodes publiques : start, stop, update, …
Exemple d’utilisation :

 

// Permet de mettre à jour, depuis n'importe quelle fonction, une ou des propriétés de l'émetteur
$emitter1.trigger('update', [{emitterRadius:16, rate:0}]);

Il envois (trigger) un évènement à chaque emission de particule (Cf. source) :

 

// Ecouter si un nouveau sprite à été émis
$emitter1.bind('emit', function(e, $sprite) { 
    $sprite.html('Ok'); // On modifie en live le contenu
});

 

Si la valeur “options.rate” est mise à Zéro, le plugin utilise la fonction “requestAnimationFrame()”, à la place de “setTimeout()”, afin de maximiser les performance.

 

Pour le moment il fait des bulles dans l’espace… mais on peu tout imaginer, des tweets, une cascade verticale, des images, beaucoup beaucoup de possibilités… de la synchro audio/vidéo,… Par exemple tapez une lettre entre les deux balises “<div></div>”
C’est pour cela que le code est ouvert sur Github ! :)

 

J’ai fais ce que j’ai pu pour chasser les bugs, mais il doit bien en rester ^^, vos commentaires sont les bienvenus…

PS : Cette ancienne démo est rigolote aussi :
http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/wRS8A/

@paulrouget à lancé un défis a @GeoffreyDorne pour refaire la bannière de son blog :
https://twitter.com/#!/paulrouget/status/123672623761719296

 

J’ai voulu tester ce que pouvais donner un émetteur de particule en DOM jQuery/CSS plutot qu’en canvas, histoire de comparer les performances…

C’est un plugin très customisable avec un principe d’emitter de particules contenu dans une div.
L’animation n’est pas faite avec $.animate() mais grâce aux propriétés CSS3 de transition, ce qui permet de bénéficier de l’accélération matériel (GPU)

 

La petite démo est ici  (V0.1)  : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/KASGN/

 

boxFx-test1

 

 

boxFx-test2

 
La grosse démo est ici (V0.3) : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/NGm4M/

 

boxFx-test3

 

[Update ! New code here http://www.b2bweb.fr/molokoloco/emitter-sprites-particules-factory-with-jquery-css3/]

 

Je voulais partager mon nouveau plugin jQuery d’horloge analogique. C’est un script léger, sans image, et uniquement basé sur CSS3 et jQuery.
J’ai essayé d’écrire un code compatible sur les différents navigateurs et c’est commenté… Merci à cet article “quick-look-math-animations-javascript” et d’autres, pour l’inspiration…

 

La petite démo est ici : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/ajcRz/

La grosse démo (V2) est ici : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/V2rFN/ [Edited]

 

 

I want to share my new jQuery analogue clock plug-in.
This is à lightweight code, with no images, and only powered with jQuery and CSS3.
I’ve intended to write a annotated cross-browser -past and futur-proof CSS3 code and a simple as possible jQuery extend… Thank to this article “quick-look-math-animations-javascript” and others, for the inspiration…

 

You can watch the demo here : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/ajcRz/

Demo V2 : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/V2rFN/ [Edited]

 

GitHub sources :

 

Shared by molokoloco

I have posted under jQuery forum about CSS3 cross-browser properties… waiting for their response… http://forum.jquery.com/topic/css-feature-detection-css3-shadow

After reading this an that, i have made a JavaScript function to help us detect browser specific CSS style name properties, like “MozBorderRadius”. This is cool to do have automated the task, for jQuery to do the job very simply ;)

This one is not really tested nor integrated with jQuery (sorry)
… but it seem to work in Firefox and Chrome, for example http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/f6Z3D/

 

You can play with it here : http://jsfiddle.net/molokoloco/f6Z3D/

The code is here : https://github.com/molokoloco/FRAMEWORK/blob/master/jquery.plugins/jquery.browsercssprefix.mlklc.js

 
[Edit : I found a rock solid plugin who can handle that very fine : jQuery CSS3 Finalise]
 

[Edited 26/11/2011]

Here the dump of my ultimate collection of online Web development resources and directories, oriented for the Front-End users Interfaces (UI).

HTML5 and all related open standards are moving fast, but for now, building a whole Website/WebApp on top of that can be very inconsistent, especially across various browsers experiences.

 

So… how to embrace new awesome web technologies ?

Now, as Web Developers and Designers, we have to build on top of more stable framework. It’s here that come JavaScript jQuery, acting like interface into browser’s implementations. That how we can expect more stability and consistency.

There is not only JS, building a state-of-the-art webSite. That now like making a big movie, with hundred specialized tasks and jobs…

From A to Z, this is huge ! Even if i think we don’t need to be an expert for all… (Thus we try) ^^

Best things in life are free, time to learn !

 

LEARNING HTML 5, CODING AND DESIGN

  • HTML5 Rocks : Learn HTML5 by Major Feature Groups  (HTML5 Demos, tutos and playground). Sources by Google
  • Awesome HTML5 Dashboard by Mozilla
  • WhatWG Developers, A clear technical specification of HTML5 for Web developers
  • StackOverflow : Welcome to Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers
  • Addyosmani, jQuery & JavaScript articles and tutorials for the community
  • Sohtanaka, jQuery & JavaScript articles and tutorials for the community
  • Nettuts+ is a site aimed at web developers and designers offering tutorials and articles on technologies, skills and techniques to improve how you design and build websites. We cover HTML, CSS, Javascript, CMS’s, PHP and Ruby on Rails.
  • Codrops, tutorials and web resources
  • WebAppers, best Open Source Resources for Web Developers
  • Tutorialzine – PHP MySQL jQuery CSS Tutorials, Resources and Freebies
  • Mozilla JavaScript guide for developers
  • WebDev and jQuery wiki codes snippets, compiled by myself ;)

SERVER SIDE SOFTWARES

  • Node.js is a server-side JavaScript environment that uses an asynchronous event-driven model. This allows Node.js to get excellent performance based on the architectures of many Internet applications. Sources and live demo.
  • PhantomJS is a server-side headless WebKit with JavaScript API. It has fast and native support for various web standards : DOM handling, CSS selector, JSON, Canvas, and SVG
  • Lighttpd is a lightweight open-source web server. News, documentation, benchmarks, bugs, and download. Lighttpd powers several popular Web 2.0 sites like YouTube, wikipedia and meebo.
  • NGinx, high performance and lightweight web server as well as a reverse proxy and e-mail platform
  • The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems
  • PHP :  Hypertext Preprocessor. Server-side HTML embedded scripting language. It provides web developers with a full suite of tools for building dynamic websites
  • FFmpeg – Tools to record, convert, stream and play multimedia content including libavcodec and libavformat, two libraries used by many other open source projects
  • And… Ruby, Python, Erlang, Perl, Java, .NET, Android, C++, Go, Fantom, CoffeeScript, D, …

PHP FRAMEWORKS AND TOOLS

  • ★ WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog
  • Drupal is an open source content management platform (CMS).
    Come for the software, stay for the community
  • Centurion is a new open-source CMS delivered as a flexible PHP5 Content Management Framework. We simplify the use of Zend Framework, which is ZF extended. Our components are generic, simple, clear and reusable.
  • phpBB is a free flat-forum bulletin board software solution
  • SPIP est un système de publication pour l’Internet (CMS) qui s’attache particulièrement au fonctionnement collectif, au multilinguisme et à la facilité d’emploi. C’est un logiciel libre, distribué sous la licence GNU/GPL
  • MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia
  • ★ SimplePie : Super-fast, easy-to-use, RSS and Atom feed parsing in PHP
  • ★ PHPthumb, PHP image manipulation library
  • ★ PHPMailer is a fully featured email transfer class for PHP
  • A simple, open, server-to-server web-hook-based pubsub (publish/subscribe) protocol as an extension to Atom and RSS. Parties (servers) speaking the PubSubHubbub protocol can get near-instant notifications

DATABASE MANAGEMENT

  • Apache CouchDB provides a RESTful JSON API than can be accessed from any environment that allows HTTP requests and allow document-oriented database that can be queried and indexed in a MapReduce fashion using JavaScript. CouchDB also offers incremental replication with bi-directional conflict detection and resolution. Sources.
  • MonoQL is an AJAX web application to manage MySQL databases. MonoQL will provide all major features of phpMyAdmin for MySQL, including database & table design, data browsing & editing, advanced querying & more
  • MariaDB is a community-developed branch of the MySQL database, under GPL status, as opposed to any uncertainty of MySQL license status under its current ownership by Oracle.
  • SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.
  • SQL online designer editor

API AND ONLINE DATA

  • ProgrammableWeb, Most Popular Web Services and API Directory
  • The following Google services provide APIs that implement the Google Data Protocol. Each API has its own set of guides and resources, including information about using client libraries
  • Yahoo! Developer Network – APIs & Tools
  • Yahoo! Pipes An interactive feed aggregator and manipulator
  • ★ The Yahoo! Query Language is an expressive SQL-like language that lets you query, filter, and join data across Web services

ONLINE CODE AND MEDIA EDITING

  • CodeRun Studio is a cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE), designed for the cloud. It enables you to easily develop, debug and deploy web applications using your browser.
  • Cloud9 IDE – by javascripter for javascripters (GOOD GOOD GOOD :)
  • jsFiddle – Simple and powerfull online editor for the Web (JavaScript, MooTools, jQuery, Prototype, YUI, Glow and Dojo, HTML, CSS)
  • Akshell, a server-side JavaScript development and hosting. Create web apps in JavaScript right from your browser
  • JSONeditor, easy editing of json strings
  • TinyMCE is a powerful WYSIWYG editor control for web browsers such as MSIE or Mozilla that enables the user to edit HTML content in a more user friendly way
  • Ext Designer is a desktop application that helps you create interfaces faster than ever in an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop environment.
  • ★ Wireframes / UI Design  From static wireframes to rapid prototypes, web developers can do it all with LucidChart. Collaborate with your client and design team in real-time to cut down on iterations.
  • Balsamiq Mockups, online sketch helping you in your design
  • Color Scheme Designer 3
  • Pixlr, Photoshop like image editing direct in your browser
  • Aviary, free online photo editor. Plus Aviary API for developers
  • Favicon Generator

CODE RESOURCES AND VERSION CONTROL

  • GitHub is the best way to collaborate with others. Fork, send pull requests and manage all your public and private git repositories.
  • Git is an extremely fast, efficient, distributed version Source Code Management tool ideal for the collaborative development of software.
  • Google Code est destiné aux développement relatif à Google. L’entreprise y diffuse des codes sous licence libre ainsi que la liste des API utilisables
  • The Google Libraries API is a content distribution network (CDN) and loading architecture for the most popular, open-source JavaScript libraries
  • Code Snippets, Snipplr Social Snippet Repository

JAVASCRIPT FRAMEWORKS FOR DESKTOP

  • jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. Sources, API, API Browser, Fancy Doc.
  • ★ The official jQuery User Interface (UI) library (Demos and Doc). Sources, Themes Roller, Download.
  • jQuery TOOLS – The missing UI library for the Web
  • YUI 2 — Yahoo! User Interface Library
  • Mootools, a super lightweight web2.0 JavaScript framework
  • Prototype provides class-style Object Oriented and AJAX
  • Dojo unbeatable JavaScript Tools – The Dojo Toolkit
  • EXT4, the industry’s most advanced JavaScript framework for building the next generation of cross-platform web apps.
  • PHP.js, PHP functions implemented client-side in JavaScript

JAVASCRIPT FRAMEWORKS FOR MOBILE AND TOUCH

  • jQuery Mobile : Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets
    A unified user interface system across all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Sources.
  • Zepto.js is a minimalist inlinable framework for mobile WebKit browsers, with a jQuery-like chaining syntax. Sources.
  • MicroJS : Fantastic Micro-Frameworks and Micro-Libraries for Fun and Profit !
  • PhoneGap : Embed your code and access core functions on Android, iPhone and Blackberry using JavaScript. Sources.
  • Sencha Touch allows you to develop mobile web apps that look and feel native on iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry touch devices
  • JQtouch, a jQuery plugin for mobile web development on the iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices. Sources.
  • DHTMLX Touch is an HTML5-based JavaScript library for building mobile web applications. It’s not just a set of UI widgets, but a complete framework that allows you to create eye-catching, cross-platform web applications for mobile and touchscreen devices

JQUERY PLUGINS

  • jQuery Waypoints is a small jQuery plugin that makes it easy to execute a function whenever you scroll to an element with or without infinite scrolling enabled
  • This jQuery plugin is an on-demand plugin loader, also known as a Lazy loader
  • TweenJS : A simple but powerful tweening / animation library for Javascript
  • Css3-like Easings for jQuery animations
  • Spritely is a jQuery plugin for creating dynamic character and background animation (Pan, Scroll, Sprite)
  • Timeline.js is a compact JavaScript animation library with a GUI timeline for fast editing
  • jQuery File Upload User Interface Plugin 4.4.1
  • JQuery Slideshow/Carousel Plugin. Sources.
  • Flux Slider Transitions Gallery, hardware accelerated image transitions using CSS3
  • Roundabout for jQuery, 3D effect carousel with sprites (Div) that turn around an axe
  • Supersized – Full Screen Background/Slideshow jQuery Plugin
  • jQuery Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery that arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid, minimizing gaps. Sources.
  • jQuery simple Layout Demo that manage slidable and resizable, multi-pane
  • Flexigrid jQuerydatagrid plugin
  • SlickGrid is a JavaScript grid/spreadsheet component
  • Isotope, an exquisite jQuery plugin for magical layouts Reveal & hide items with filtering Re–order items with sorting Dynamic, intelligent layouts
  • The Super Gestures jQuery plugin records gestures made by the user’s mouse. This is great for touch interface web applications
  • jQuery MouseWheel is a plugin that adds cross-browser mouse wheel support
  • AutoSuggest jQuery Plugin, add some auto-completing functionality
  • qTip is an advanced tooltip plugin it provides you with tonnes of features like rounded corners and speech bubble tips
  • jQuery Charts and graphic tool
  • jQuery Tools – The missing UI library for the Web

OTHER JQUERY RESOURCES

 

HTML5 VIDEO PLAYERS

  • Popcorn.js is an event system for HTML5 Video, with strong syntactic sugar for chaining < video > methods and adding events to the timeline. (From Mozilla)
  • LeanBack Player HTML5 Video Player with Subtitle-Support (From Google)
  • A single URL for your video. Vid.ly keep up to date with the thousands of smart phones, features phones, and tablets on the market and which type of video they support. When a mobile device visits your vid.ly url we deliver up the correct video format

JAVASCRIPT AUDIO PROCESSING AND VISUALISATION

  • ★ Using HTML5 and Flash, SoundManager V2 provides reliable, simple and advanced, cross-platform audio under a single API
  • DSP, sound Digital Signal Processing for JavaScript
  • The Radiolab Hyper Audio Player v1, brought to you by WNYC Radiolab, SoundCloud and Mozilla Drumbeat
  • jPlayer, a jQuery HTML5 Audio / Video Library with comprehensive API

JAVASCRIPT GRAPHICS AND 3D

  • ★ Processing.js makes your data visualizations, digital art, interactive animations, educational graphs, video games, etc. work using web standards and without any plug-ins
  • ★ Javascript 3D Engine : ThreeJS by Mr Doob
    The aim of the project is to create a lightweight 3D engine with a very low level of complexity — in other words, for dummies. The engine can render using <canvas>, <svg> and WebGL.
  • Shader Toy, online shaders visualizer and editor (2D/3D)
  • PhiloGL, a WebGL Framework for Data Visualization, Creative Coding and Game Development
  • What Firebug and Developer Tools are to HTML/JS, WebGL Inspector is to WebGL
  • WebGL frameworks listed by the Khronos Group
  • jCanvaScript is a JavaScript library that provides you methods to manage with the content of a HTML5 canvas element easily, like jQuery [NEW]
  • EaselJS, a JavaScript library for working with the html5 canvas element. Sources.
  • Free JavaScript Game Frameworks To Create A Web-Based Fun
  • Raphaël is a small JavaScript library that should simplify your work with vector graphics on the web (SVG). If you want to create your own specific chart or image crop and rotate widget, for example, you can achieve it simply and easily with this library.
  • jQuery SVG plugin that lets you interact with an SVG canvas
  • Display live data on your site Google chart tools are powerful, simple to use and free. Try out our rich gallery of interactive charts and data tools.
  • Arbor.js, a graph visualization library exploring nodes and relations and using web workers and jQuery

JAVASCRIPT BROWSERS INTERFACES (HTML5)

  • Modernizr – Feature detect HTML5 and CSS3 features, with handy css and javascript hooks so you can progressively enhance to your heart’s content. Sources. Useful list of cross-browser Polyfills
  • HTML5Shiv : The latest HTML5 JavaScript shim for IE to recognise and style the HTML5 elements
  • Polyfills : A way of getting the browser to behave and support the latest specifications. This is a collection of code snippets that support different native features of browsers using JavaScript (and if required, Flash in some cases).
  • YepNopeJS : An Asynchronous Conditional Resource Loader helping detecting browser missing features. Sources.
  • jQuery CSS3 Finalise : Tired of adding prefix for each browser when it comes to the new CSS3 attributes ?
  • ★ Amplify.js : Store, request and pub/sub. Amplify API  goal is to simplify all forms of data handling by providing a unified API for various data sources. Amplify’s store component handles persistent client-side storage, using standards like localStorage and sessionStorage, but falling back on non-standard implementations for older browsers. Sources.
  • History.js gracefully supports the HTML5 History/State APIs
  • Socket.IO aims to make realtime apps possible in every browser and mobile device

JAVASCRIPT TOOLS

  • ★ Minimal templating with {{mustaches}} in JavaScript
  • json:select(), CSS-like selectors for JSON
  • HeadJS, Asynchronus JavaScript loading. The only script in your <HEAD>
  • JsDoc Toolkit is an application, written in JavaScript, for automatically generating template-formatted, multi-page HTML (or XML, JSON, or any other text-based) documentation from commented JavaScript source code.
  • Responsive image, an Experiment with Mobile-First Images that Scale Responsively & Responsibly
  • UglifyJS JavaScript API, to compress JavaScript code
  • Dhteumeuleu, interactive DOM scripting and DHTML open-source demos, powered with native JavaScript
  • Backbone give your JS App some Models, Views, Collections, and Events
    Backbone supplies structure to JavaScript-heavy applications by providing models key-value binding and custom events, collections with a rich API of enumerable functions, views with declarative event handling, and connects it all to your existing application over a RESTful JSON interface.

CLIENT SIDE AND EMULATING

CSS3 and FONTS

  • ★ The dynamic stylesheet language. LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions
  • The Semantic GRID system. Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages
  • ★ Twitter Boostrap Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more [NEW]
  • CSS3 Maker and generator
  • Create amazing WebKit CSS3 animations with ease.  Sencha Animator is a desktop app to create CSS3 animations for WebKit browsers and touchscreen mobile devices. Create rich experiences for today’s most popular devices.
  • CSSwarp – CSS Text to Path Generator
  • Gradient Editor, a powerful Photoshop-like CSS gradient editor from ColorZilla
  • Google Web Fonts lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Web Fonts API (open source license)
  • @font-face Kit Generator, convert fonts for the Web
  • Typetester, compare fonts for the screen
  • Media Queries. a collection of responsive web designs
  • Pattern TAP, Users Interface (UI) components

WEBSITE (FULL) TEMPLATES

  • HTML5 Boilerplate A rock-solid base HTML/CSS/JS template for HTML5 awesome, for a fast, robust and future-proof site.
    After more than three years in iterative development, you get the best of the best practices baked in : cross-browser normalization, performance optimizations, even optional features like cross-domain Ajax and Flash. A starter apache .htaccess config file hooks you the eff up with caching rules and preps your site to serve HTML5 video, use @font-face, and get your gzip zipple on. Sources.
  • HTML5 starter pack is a clean & ordered directory structure that fit for most projects, a few of the most common files (html, css, js), as well as a basic Photoshop web design template, again with an groups structure fit for most projects.
  • Initializr is an HTML5 templates generator to help you getting started with an HTML5 project, in 15 seconds !
  • Animated Portfolio Gallery with jQuery
  • Making a Slick MobileApp Website with jQuery & CSS
  • How to Build an RSS Reader with jQuery Mobile
  • ★ Building Single Page Applications With jQuery’s Best Friends (Backbone, Underscore, …)
  • Google TV Optimized Templates, to make website optimization for TV easier, we are providing templates – 2 in HTML5 and 2 in Flash – that developers can download and modify with their own content and style. The HTML5 version of these templates are utilizing the Google TV UI library, jQuery based and Closure based. The UI library can be used independent of the templates.

 

 

I know this is a monkey list ! Keep calm, you don’t have to read all… at least if you click on all starred links, it’s cool ;)

 

PS : Come take a look to my browser start page portal, giving WebDev an efficient access to Web resources… And don’t forget #TAG searches in this site :)

PS2 : Thanks a lot to #FOWD providing me wifi connection and inspiration ;)

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