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LESS « The Dynamic Stylesheet language

LESS « The Dynamic Stylesheet language: "The dynamic stylesheet language.

LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions.

LESS runs on both the server-side (with Node.js and Rhino) or client-side (modern browsers only)."

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 07:32:00 from sness

Vows « Asynchronous BDD for Node

Vows « Asynchronous BDD for Node: "There are two reasons why we might want asynchronous testing. The first, and obvious reason is that node.js is asynchronous, and therefore our tests should be. The second reason is to make tests which target I/O run much faster, by running them concurrently."

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 07:04:00 from sness

CircuitLab - Blog - Tuning RaphaelJS for High Performance SVG Interfaces

CircuitLab - Blog - Tuning RaphaelJS for High Performance SVG Interfaces: "Last week, we released a few improvements to our front-end that significantly improved the performance of working with larger schematics in CircuitLab. In this blog post, we detail one of the key components to this improvement. Since it makes modifications to RaphaelJS, a very handy vector graphics library, we thought releasing the details might be helpful to other developers of high-performance browser-based applications.

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 06:23:00 from sness

Cufón Fonts - Free Cufon Font Library [BETA]

Cufón Fonts - Free Cufon Font Library [BETA]: "Cufon plug-in directory for the most commonly used in the world you've made the font from which you access all the fonts cufon file."

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 06:22:00 from sness

Combining D3 and Raphael to make a network graph « dataist

Combining D3 and Raphael to make a network graph « dataist: "D3+Raphael=true
I have really come to like the Raphael.js library, but unfortunately it does not provide the same robust support for advanced data visualizations (for example network graphs) as its big brother D3.js. D3 on the other hand lacks Raphael’s broad browser compability, which is important when you are working with a public broadcaster like Sveriges Radio. So what if you could combine the two?"

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 06:21:00 from sness

sigma.js | a lightweight JavaScript graph drawing library

sigma.js | a lightweight JavaScript graph drawing library: "sigma.js is an open-source lightweight JavaScript library to draw graphs, using the HTML canvas element. It has been especially designed to:

Display interactively static graphs exported from a graph visualization software - like Gephi
Display dynamically graphs that are generated on the fly"

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 05:56:00 from sness

25 Awesome Open Source JavaScript | jQuery Chart Library for Web Developer

25 Awesome Open Source JavaScript | jQuery Chart Library for Web Developer: "Although a web application can use many ways to depict graphs or data, still client side processing of data reduces the load on server and improves overall latency. Open source JavaScript charting libraries are great tools for implementing data in the form of charts and graphs at the client side. The list of famous open source JavaScript charting libraries is given below-

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 05:51:00 from sness

VeriteCo/TimelineJS · GitHub

VeriteCo/TimelineJS · GitHub: "There are lots of timeline tools on the web but they are almost all either hard on the eyes or hard to use. Create timelines that are at the same time beautiful and intuitive for users

TimelineJS is great for pulling in media from different sources. Just throw in a link from Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, Google Maps or SoundCloud and TimelineJS will format it to fit perfectly. More media types will be supported in the future.

Creating one is as easy as filling in a Google spreadsheet or as detailed as JSON."

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Syndicated 2013-01-18 04:49:00 from sness

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