Magnific Popup is a free responsive jQuery lightbox plugin that is focused on performance and providing best experience for user with any device (Zepto.js compatible).

Ever wanted to pin something to the side of a text? Ever needed a subtle sticky element to quietly hang around as you scroll down? jQuery.Pin is here to help! Pin any element to the top of a container. Easily disable it for smaller screen-sizes where there's no room for that kind of shenanigans.

Visualise your data in different ways. Each of them animated, fully customisable and look great, even on retina displays.

* Show transactional messages in your app * Wrap AJAX requests with progress, success and error messages * Add action links to your messages.

CasperJS is an open source navigation scripting & testing utility written in Javascript and based on PhantomJS โ€” the scriptable headless WebKit engine. It eases the process of defining a full navigation scenario and provides useful high-level functions, methods & syntactic sugar for doing common tasks such as: * defining & ordering browsing navigation steps * filling & submitting forms * clicking & following links * capturing screenshots of a page (or part of it) * testing remote DOM * logging events * downloading resources, including binary ones * writing functional test suites, saving results as JUnit XML * scraping Web contents

This is the first of a two part introduction to writing testable Javascript UI code. The first article presents a basic sample application containing several common anti-patterns and their solutions.

In the second article, the application will be refactored using the described techniques, a simple XHR mock will be presented, and add a test suite will be added to help future developers maintain the code.

Some server or program spat out an ugly clump of unformatted and unreadable JSON? Paste it here, pretty-print it, browse it, edit it. Could be useful.

Quick and easy way to build your product tours with Twitter Bootstrap Popovers.

Never write a single javascript line anymore to validate your forms FrontEnd. Parsley will do that for you and do it right, thanks to its powerful DOM-API !

And then, in a sort of poetic irony that makes this story almost seem like it was pre-scripted to Teach us a Lesson, JAVASCRIPT succeeded in doing what JAVA had intended to do. Microsoft, Java, Sun, Netscape, all were brought low by their hubris. But humble Javascript, the throwaway, 'you get 10 days to make this', blink-tag-replacing runt of a language was able to sneak onto every computer in the world thanks to its clever disguise. Servers are written in Javascript. Databases are built to talk Javascript. The people who build browsers and operating systems move heaven and earth to make Javascript just a tiny bit faster. Java's still out there, of course. In various forms. It probably makes sure your account is updated when you pay your water bill. It's making the underpinnings of your android phone work. It's figured out a way to play host to a zillion new trendier programming languages. But Javascript won the original prize.

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