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10 Core/Client/Server JavaScript Things

By Sam Deering

JavaScript language has three components and they are called: Core, Client-side and Server-side. Today we are sharing you a list of Core JavaScript Framework things you might not have seen yet? Enjoy!

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1. Kalendae: A framework agnostic JavaScript date picker

Kalendae is an attempt to do something that nobody has yet been able to do: make a date picker that doesn’t suck.


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2. Simile Widgets: JavaScript Interactive Timeline

Timeline is a JavaScript widget for creating interactive timelines. You can scroll through items featured in chronological order by using your mousewheel or by holding down your mouse button on the timeline and dragging left or right.


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3. Add automatic area highlighting to image Maps with JavaScript: Mapper.js

mapper.js allows you to add automatic area highlighting to image maps on your webpages (inc. export to SVG).


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4. EpicEditor: An embeddable JavaScript markdown editor

EpicEditor allows for all kinds of customization. It is easy to implement: simply clone the repo and then it only needs an element to add the editor to and then you call load() when you’re ready.


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5. Leaflet: JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps

Leaflet is a modern, lightweight open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps. It is developed by CloudMade to form the core of its next generation JavaScript API.


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6. CamanJS: Image Manipulation in JavaScript with example

It’s a combination of a simple-to-use interface with advanced and efficient image/canvas editing techniques. It is also completely library independent and can be safely used next to jQuery, YUI, Scriptaculous, MooTools, etc.


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7. MathJax: JavaScript Display engine for Mathematics with Demo

Renders mathematics dynamically so that formulas and symbols are nicely integrated into the surrounding text – with matching font size, margins, and baseline.


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8. Clipping JPEGs Freely with JavaScript: polyClip.js

polyClip.js is a script, built on jQuery that allows us to clip any image with imagemap coordinates using HTML5 Canvas.


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9. JavaScript library to zip and unzip files: Zip.js

It is a JavaScript library to zip and unzip files. Zip.js offers a low-level API for writing and reading large zip files (up to 4GB) with a stable RAM use.


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10. JavaScript PDF Reader: pdf.js

Supported by Mozilla Labs, its goal is to create a general-purpose, web standards-based platform for parsing and rendering PDFs, and eventually release a PDF reader extension powered by pdf.js.


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