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13 Interesting Web Finds – APRIL 2013

By Sam Deering

Some cool web development stuff was found last month, here are the finds. Enjoy & leave a comment! :)

Also see:

Interesting Web Finds – MAR 2013
Interesting Web Finds – FEB 2013
Interesting Web Finds – JAN 2013

jQuery is a Swiss Army knife (and that’s OK!)

Presentation originally given at jQuery UK on 19 April 2013.

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Resumable File Uploads

A new open protocol for resumable uploads (tus) built on HTTP. Simple, cheap, reusable stacks for clients and servers. Any language, any platform, any network.

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jsdo.it

It is a coding community for front-end engineers such as web designers, mark-up engineers, and JavaScript engineers. This is an online editor where you can try running your codes as you write.

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Fantastic WYSIWYG editor on jQuery

Create word-processed text on the web using a reliable, fast and unbelievably beautiful editor.

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Nabi

Yet another CSS/JS animation test. Move your mouse

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D3.js

It is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS.

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Breeze

Rich data for JavaScript Apps

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Sly

JavaScript library for one-directional scrolling with item based navigation support

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jquery.shapeshift

A dynamic grid system with drag and drop functionality.

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THE BIG BADASS LIST OF TWITTER BOOTSTRAP RESOURCES

List of 315 useful Twitter Bootstrap resources.

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JavaScript MatterClass

Anecdotal Body, Brain, Software & Code Hacking

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CSS3 Transitions

CSS3 transitions with a jQuery fallback.

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Index of /examples/compass/css3

Index of /examples/compass/css3

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