10 Interesting Web Dev Finds – DECEMBER 2013 (Part 1)

Sam Deering
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Some cool web development stuff was found in December. Here are the finds. Watch out for the 2nd part on our next post. Have fun! =)

1. Float Label Pattern

How the Float Label Pattern Started.

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2. Setapp

It is a network for techies, their apps and tools.

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3. Paul Irish on Web Application Development Workflow

Google’s Paul Irish will show how to really incorporate them into a functional and realistic developer workflow. Additionally, Paul gives us an overview of Yeoman and shows how this set of tools and libraries can help developers quickly build elegant and compelling web apps.

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4. Lift Do App

Lift helps you achieve your goals big or small.

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5. Dashing

Sinatra based framework that lets you build beautiful dashboards.

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6. THE OPEN SOURCE REPORT CARD

Make sure that you remember that GitHub is not your C.V. and that these stats only provide a biased and one-sided view. This is just a toy. Don’t take it too seriously!

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7. Unheap

A tidy repository of jQuery plugins.

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8. jQuer.in

Collection of jquery plugin and javascript libraries.

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9. Ocean Wave Simulation

Ocean wave simulation in WebGL with a CSS 3D + Canvas UI.

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10. HTML-CSS-JS Prettify

HTML, CSS, JavaScript and JSON code formatter for Sublime Text 2 and 3 via node.js

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