Interesting JS and Web Dev August 2012

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A list of really interesting JavaScript Web Development as of August 2012. You can find in this collection some of the coolest creations using JavaScript you may have not used before. Have fun!

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Blogger Multi Gallery Display Engine

This is a pretty awesome multi-gallery display engine.
Blogger Multi Gallery Display Engine
Source + Demo

CSS3 Lighting Effects

The specular highlights are created with CSS gradients and masks. The cast shadow relies on box shadows and transforms.
CSS3 Lighting Effects
Source + Demo

3D Thumbnail Hover Effects

Learn how to create some exciting 3D hover effects using CSS3 and jQuery. This idea is inspired by the cool hover effect that you can find on the page of the Google SketchUp Showcase.
3D Thumbnail Hover Effects
SourceDemo

CSS3D Clouds

A tutorial on how to use CSS 3D Transforms to create sprite-based 3D-like clouds.
CSS3D Clouds
SourceDemo

A navigation menu with notification badges.
menu-with-notification-badges
SourceDemo

Multi-direction hover

Learn how to create multi-direction hover.
Multi-direction hover
Source + Demo

CSS3 Lasers!

Learn how to make an awesome laser effects.
CSS3 Lasers!
Source + Demo

LoonaPix – Effector

Here you can make your funny photo online with different effects.
LoonaPix - Effector
Source + Demo

JavaScript in Internet Explorer 8

The first beta was pushed out today and it shows huge promise. It’s already achieved way more than I would’ve expected and it’s made me hungry for more.
JavaScript in Internet Explorer 8
Source + Demo

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