Interesting JavaScript, jQuery & Random Web Dev on the Net – February 2012

Sam Deering

In this months edition or Interestingly Random JavaScript, jQuery and Web Development we bring you some very cool stuff such as playing music on your pc browser from your phone across wifi using Airdriod, Mozilla’s completely HTML,JS,CSS mobile phone, some advanced JS Animations and some innovative jQuery plugins. Enjoy.

John Resig interviewed at Velocity

Firefox Aurora Beta

Download the pre-Beta build of Firefox Aurora.

aurora

jQuery Desktop

Good concept, reminds me of my Ext JS Desktop Demo I coded early last year.

jquery-desktop

Mozilla Web Mobile

See Mozilla’s Boot2Gecko in action, well worth the watch!

JavaScript 3D Animations – three.js

Some cool 3D JavaScript Animations courtesy of three.js.

webgl_shading_physical

AirDroid

Control Your Android from a Browser with AirDroid. Sooo goood!

airdriod

Track Changes in Firebug

Firediff is worth a look, doesnt seem to work with FF9 though.

jQuery.fracs

jQuery.fracs determines some fractions for an HTML element (visible fraction, fraction of the viewport, …) and also provides the coordinates of these areas

jq-fracs

280 Slides

Quickly create presentation slides from within your web browser, which you can download into PPT format really quick. Could be useful. It seems the beta is closed but you can still play around with it.

280slides

phpquery

Interesting. phpQuery is a server-side, chainable, CSS3 selector driven Document Object Model (DOM) API based on jQuery JavaScript Library.

phpquery

Cool jQuery Slideshow

Fixing These jQuery by Adam! A Guide to Debugging

fixing-these-jquery

phonegap

PhoneGap is an HTML5 app platform that allows you to author native applications with web technologies and get access to APIs and app stores.

phonegap

blurjs

blur.js is a jQuery plugin that produces psuedo-transparent blurred elements over other elements.

blurjs

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