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LokiJS, a lightweight JavaScript document-oriented database has reached version 1.0. An in-memory database, it prioritises performance. LokiJS supports field indexing for faster document access and can performs at nearly 500,000 ops/sec. LokiJS supports colelctives (sort of like MongoDB, and saves… Continue Reading →

HTML5’s Dirty Little Secret

HTML5 is "Already Everywhere, Even In Mobile"

Tom Dale of EmberJS on why the web isn’t dead after all… via Read Write Web

jBox Modal windows and more...

A powerful (and actually quite popular) jQuery plugin that can be used for a variety of interactions – from creating modal windows to notices as well as tooltips. This very flexible plugin, developed by Stephen Wagner, offers a wide range of… Continue Reading →


Perfect for designers and developers that need to enable others to comment or make a note about something on a website. jNottery lets anyone write a note for a specific element (image, paragraph, etc.) and the plugin then encodes and… Continue Reading →

Shuffle Images Image Change with Mouseover

A jquery plugin, Shuffle Images lets you display and shuffle multiple images by moving cursor around (there aer also several other ways to trigger the effect). The plugin is perfect for those that want or need to to save space…. Continue Reading →

Instagram Lite

Instagram, the Facebook for dumb people, is one of the most popular applications of our time. It’s a visual history of the modern world and that means there might just be some benefit to including it on your website –… Continue Reading →

Snap SVG Interactive Vector Graphics

A Javascript library that enables users to create interactive, resolution-independent vector graphics that will look great on any size screen. Snap.svg. It’s the interactivity that’s really going to blow designers away. Snap.svg offers up a rich animation library and very… Continue Reading → CMS on Node.js and MongoDB

Currently in active development over at Assembly, Buckets is a CMS that runs on Node.js and MongoDB that can be deployed easily on any cloud provider (including Heroku in just one click). What will make Buckets so appealing to designers… Continue Reading →

Boba.js Google Analytics Tracking

A small, extensible JavaScript library for working with Google Anlytics that enables users to observe semi-anonymous user activity and forward that data on to Googles tracking system. Boba.js supports the ga.js library as well as the new analytics.js library and… Continue Reading →

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