Tag: javascript

  • Rough.js – A “Hand-drawn” Javascript Vector Library

    [Neat tool for drawing cutesy vector shapes](https://github.com/pshihn/rough): >Rough.js is a light weight (~9kB gzipped) graphics library that lets you draw in a sketchy, hand-drawn-like, style. The library defines primitives to draw lines, curves, arcs, polygons, circles, and ellipses. It also supports drawing SVG paths. There’s a lot of nuance to this, too. For example, there…

  • You Might Not Need JavaScript

    >Examples of common UI elements and interactions with HTML and CSS alone. **You Might Not Need JavaScript** is doing the lord’s work. Maybe we *don’t* need to replace everything with some flavor of Javascript, huh? Maybe?

  • stochastic

    “[Simple functions for simulating Poisson Processes, Brownian motion, geometric Brownian motion, discrete/continuous-time Markov chains, and normal random variables][link]” in Javascript. [link]: http://github.com/NathanEpstein/stochastic “NathanEpstein/stochastic”

  • Framer

    [An application / framework platform for Mac that looks to let you got from Photoshop or Sketch to prototype in record time.][link] [link]: http://framerjs.com/ “Framer – Innovative Prototyping”

  • sql.js: A port of SQLite to JavaScript

    [This is ridiculous and great][link]: >sql.js is a port of SQLite to JavaScript, by compiling the SQLite C code with Emscripten. no C bindings or node-gyp compilation here. Once again, via [Jesper][jesper]. [link]: https://github.com/kripken/sql.js “kripken/sql.js” [jesper]: http://waffle.wootest.net “Jesper’s blog, Waffle”

  • slick – the last carousel you’ll ever need

    [A full-responsive, CSS3-enabled, touch-ready, arrow-key supporting, draggable carousel that you can instance with one line.][link] Having built and used probably a dozen different image slider / content carousels this one looks like it covers all of the bases and with minimal markup bullshit. Color me impressed. [link]: http://kenwheeler.github.io/slick/ “slick – the last carousel you'll ever…

  • grid

    >[Drag and drop library for two-dimensional, resizable and responsive lists.][link] I’ve seen this done before but not so efficiently, responsively, and with no dependencies. (via [Jesper][jesp]) [link]: https://github.com/ubervu/grid “uberVU/grid” [jesp]: http://waffle.wootest.net “Waffle, Jesper’s blog.”

  • Font-To-Width

    >[Font‑To‑Width (FTW!)][link] is a script by Nick Sherman and Chris Lewis that takes advantage of large type families to fit pieces of text snugly within their containers. Can definitely see using this for some datavis stuff. There is some FOUT (Flash of unstyled text) to deal with though. [link]: http://font-to-width.com/ “Font-To-Width”

  • MicIO.js

    [This is some crazy magicks and I love it][link]: > Use HTML5’s web audio API to create a hardware bus somewhat similar to how Square’s Credit Card readers works. I am abuzz with ideas for this right now and this is bad because I have actual work to do. (via [Jesper][jesp]) [link]: http://colinbookman.com/2014/03/23/micio/ “MicIO.js” [jesp]:…

  • obelisk.js

    [Obelisk.js is a JavaScript Engine for building isometric pixel objects.][link] … and it looks like a million bucks. This may have to be the basis for my life’s work: A modern remake of the SNES version of SimCity. (via [Jesper][jesp]) [link]: https://github.com/nosir/obelisk.js “nosir/obelisk.js on GitHub” [jesp]: http://waffle.wootest.net “Waffle, Jesper’s blog”

  • ScummVM Ported to Javascript

    [Day of the Tentacle, Maniac Mansion, LOOM, Indiana Jones, Monkey Island, all of the classics now playable in HTML5][link]. The audio is Firefox-only for now, but this is damned impressive. And cool. [link]: http://clb.demon.fi/html5scummvm/dott/dott.html “HTML5 Day of the Tentacle”

  • Timeline JS

    [Really slick timeline visualization that can pull in data from a Google Spreadsheet, Flickr, etc.][link] I plan on using this for some weird stuff. [link]: http://timeline.verite.co/ “Timeline JS – Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use.”