Archives For Tools

Since i’ve posted 40+ New Resources, Tools, Apps & Handpicked Goodies For Awesome Web Developers & Designers a few weeks ago, I’ve been some more looking around the web for some more goodies for web developers and today’s post is where you can find all the great goodies that I’ve found and that deserve your attention.

Everything from new jQuery plugins that can organised web pages content, CSS media queries, feeding your social media with a great jQuery plugin. applications that can convert any articles into mp3s, task management apps, making bullet proof HTML emails, web design tools including some one new cloud based CMS and everyone favourite WordPress themes which you can found down below.

JavaScript & jQuery


BigScreen makes it easy to use full screen on your site or in your app. It smooths out browser inconsistencies and bugs, especially if the element you’re working with is inside of an <iframe>. It will also intelligently fall back to the older video full screen API if the element contains a <video> and the older API is available.

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As web developers and web designers, we constantly looking at the sheer amount of new resources, tools and applications that we can tap into increases exponentially with time.

And here is just a quick look at some recently created resources that deserve your attention — everything from new CSS and HTML frameworks and tools, to some great jQuery plugins and including some awesome applications that can help with your project and time management, charging your clients with the right amount of money, sharing your code snippets to some well designed fonts, user interface elements, icons and more little goodies for web developers and web designers.

JavaScript & jQuery


tQuery API aims to reproduce the success of jQuery plugin ecosytem by mimicking its API. Thus people who know jQuery will learn tQuery in no time. Thru three.js, they will be be able to reach webgl technology faster than before. Hopefully they will get exited and develop extensions for three.js.

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If you’re a web developer, you’re almost certainly constantly looking for ways to improve your skills, expand your technology arsenal, and keep on top of the latest trends in development and design. Today’s post is mostly based on some nice and very well developed jQuery plugins and JavaScript , web applications, frameworks and wireframes.

JavaScript & jQuery

1. stickyMojo

stickyMojo is a contained sticky sidebar plugin for jQuery. It is lightweight, fast, flexible and compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE8+. It will degrade gracefully in older versions of IE.

2. sketch.js

sketch.js is a tiny (~5k) boilerplate for creating JavaScript based creative coding experiments. The demo shows what can be done with just a few lines of code.  It handles all that tedious but necessary stuff that would normally slow you down – setting up an animation loop, creating and managing a graphics context for Canvas or WebGL, cross browser and device event binding and normalisation for mouse, touch and keyboard events, handling window resizes

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If you are looking for a tool that will check your Javascript or validate your freshly made CSS, or give you an creative advantage with the newest jquery plugins, or do you need the help to create an image sprite, or a new HTML5 Canvas library, or even learning a new CSS framework.

Well today’s post is just for you as we look into what the newest tools, resources and apps that been released in the web development industry.

Javascript & jQuery Plugins


TimelineJS can pull in media from different sources. It has built in support for:Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and more media types in the future. Creating one is as easy as filling in a Google spreadsheet or as detailed as JSON.

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If you’re a web developer, you’re almost certainly constantly looking for ways to improve your skills, expand your technology arsenal, and keep on top of the latest trends in development and design. Whether you need to pick up a new JavaScript frameworks, looking for some new and useful apps. Inside today’s post you’ll find 12 New Resources For Web Developers.

1. Smooth.js

Smooth.js takes an array of numbers or vectors and returns a parametric function that continuously interpolates that array. Smooth.js supports several interpolation methods, and flexible options for boundary behavior.

Smooth.js is written in clean, easy-to-read CoffeeScript, and has no external dependencies. It is licensed under the permissive MIT license, so you can use it in just about any project.

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The web industry is always in a state of constant flow of changes such as new JavaScript frameworks, web and other useful apps for working with client include a few great new showcases/inspiration sites.

Many of the resources below are free or very low-cost, and are sure to be useful to a lot of designers and developers out there. If i missed something that you think it need to be included in this post, please post your comments

1. batman.js


batman.js is a full-stack microframework extracted from real use and designed to maximize developer and designer happiness. It favors convention over configuration, template-less views, and high performance by simply not doing very much. It all adds up to blazingly fast web apps with a great development process; it’s batman.js.

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The way of we learn has changed a lot and that could be thanks to the internet, Now we aren’t fully dependent on the traditional method of reading books although it is still the most wide spread techniques used today. We can now access online books and read different blogs and e-Books to extend our knowledge and sharpen our skills, Like any other professionals, web designers and developers need to add to their knowledge to survive and stay ahead of the cut throat competition.

Today in this post you’ll find 10 must read eBooks for both web designers and web developers top open up a new world of opportunities.

1. How To Be Creative

MacLeod, an advertising executive and popular blogger with a flair for the creative, gives his 26 tried-and-true tips for being truly creative. Each point illustrated by a cartoon drawn by the author himself.

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