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July 27th, 2011

HTML5 Audio and Video Guide

Safari HTML5 Audio and Video Guide: About HTML5 Audio and Video. This is a good reference with lots of sample code for using HTML5 audio and video. The samples cover a wide range of possible custom applications. Though it's specific to WebKit/Safari, many of the CSS styles used for custom appearance are now supported by Firebox and, of course, Chrome (which is a WebKit browser like Safari).
    
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July 26th, 2011

Detailed examples of how to play audio from a web page

How to play sound from a web page - UCL. From a website devoted to speech, hearing & phonetics, this is an excellent rundown of the various ways webmasters can add an audio file to a web page. Great examples and clear code for each of the 10 methods.
    
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January 31st, 2011

Scripty2: In Beta, A Rewrite of Scriptaculous

scripty2: for a more delicious web. Scripty appears to be a new version of Scriptaculous that incorporates support for more advanced CSS features and HTML 5. Now in beta, which is available for download. Has good documentation and a few interesting demos.
    
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September 1st, 2010

SimpleMachines Forums: Open Source Forum Software

Home of SMF: Free PHP and MySQL forum software. Several customers have asked me to set up a forum for users of CrystalClear Interface, and I've got it on my to-do list. I ran across a site that uses SMF today, and it looks like it might be the ticket. I'll have to check out some other candidates, too, of course.
    
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June 23rd, 2009

WebKit Introduces Styleable Scrollbars

Surfin’ Safari - Blog Archive » Styling Scrollbars. I've been so busy I missed this... it's another in the WebKit team's aggressive expansion of the possibilities for user interface development using the basic stuff: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The brief article on the Surfin' Safari blog has a pointer to an interactive demo.
    
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May 23rd, 2009

nib2cib Enables Using Interface Builder for Cappuccino Apps

nib2cib - Cappuccino nib2cib is a command line tool designed for converting Cocoa’s nibs and xibs to  <a href="http://cappuccino.org/">Cappuccino</a>’s cibs. (If you aren't familiar with  <a href="http://developer.apple.com/documentation/developertools/Conceptual/IB_UserGuide/Introduction/Introduction.html">Interface Builder</a>, Apple's application layout software, I'm sure that xibs, nibs, and cibs are glibly inscrutable. No worries. It's not required unless you're going to be working with Cocoa anytime soon...) This means you could layout your interface in IB and then use nib2cib to convert the IB output for use in Cappuccino. Pretty cool!
    
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May 23rd, 2009

Compass: A New Concept for Managing CSS Styles

Compass Compass is an open-source project built on Rails that's currently in development. It proposes to provide a full-fledged framework for CSS stylesheets, whereby you would store data in Compass and then generate styles as needed for your various website projects. Compass also anticipates the need to use CSS as one way of including semantic data with your website.
    
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April 19th, 2009

Atlas: Very Cool Developer UI for Capuccino

Atlas - 280 North. The Capuccino project seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. In addition to the amazing presentation app the project published earlier in the year, they have now demoed an equally amazing tool for actually building Capuccino interfaces and wiring up their functionality. From what the demo video shows, Atlas is going to be Interface Builder on steroids! Maybe Apple will even learn a thing or two about the direction they should be going with their developer tools for Cocoa apps. For now, you can sign up to be emailed with progress info about Atlas, which is still in testing.
    
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March 31st, 2009

JSTalk: AppleScript For Cocoa Fans

ccgus's jstalk at GitHub

Here's the latest offshoot of the jsCocoa universe: JSTalk is a scripting language that can be used to easily interact with Cocoa apps. It's what Applescript would be if rewritten today using Cocoa and JavaScript. The download comes with a slew of example scripts and a script editor application.

    
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March 16th, 2009

JSCocoa — A bridge from JavascriptCore to Cocoa

JSCocoa — A bridge from JavascriptCore to Cocoa

On the heels of learning about Cappuccino, here's a project that lets developers access Cocoa from within JavaScript! Natch, it's open source, with documentation on on a google code site.

    
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March 12th, 2009

280 Slides - Web Presentations Made With Cocoa!

280 Slides - Create & Share Presentations Online

OK, this has to be the coolest web app I've yet encountered. So desktop-like you forget it's running in your web browser! Part of that must reflect its software foundation, which isn't javascript or flash or Air, or any of the other possible languages for Web 2.0-style apps. No, it's Cocoa--the same language (a derivative of Objective C) and framework Apple uses for its desktop apps!

The framework used is called Cappucino, a fairly new open source project that "makes it easy to build desktop-caliber applications that run in a web browser."

I'm all over this... definitely!

    
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March 9th, 2009

Classy: Unbelievably Cool Web Page Analysis

classy:web - id and class extractor

Classy is an online application that takes a URL and parses it into a very useful list of all the CSS classes and IDs on the page. It breaks the classes down to show what HTML elements they're tied to, and does the same with each ID. Besides using the website version, you can also add Classy to your browser toolbar and run it on any web page you happen across.

Classy isn't a replacement for tools like FireBug or WebInspector, but it's a highly useful supplemental tool that gives you a quick overview of a web page's CSS structure that you can't easily get with those tools.

    
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February 3rd, 2009

Fancy Boxes and Fancy Zooms

FancyBox - fancy image zooming tool

I keep running across cool and useful JavaScripts that emulate Apple's zoom boxes, which it uses for adding detail about products or showing larger versions of thumbnails. This is a new one to me. It doesn't have the nice rounded corners of Apple's but does have some features my other fave lacks.

Speaking of which, the script I've been using lately is FancyZoom... the variant that works with Prototype and jQuery and doesn't pull images in using Ajax. The original version of FancyZoom is also cool, more like Fancy Box.

    
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July 21st, 2007

Apple: Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone

Apple Developer Connection - iPhone for Web Developers - Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone I now see how Apple plans to make its standard for web "widgets" the de facto industry standard: Through the iPhone! Since widgets are now the only way third-party developers can get applications onto users' iPhones, and since Apple's released Safari for Windows, anyone can develop widgets, Apple-style, and they have an incentive to do so. Certainly, I'll be adding this onto my to-do list, and this document is an excellent starting point for learning how to do so.
    
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July 19th, 2007

More Eye Candy JavaScript with Prototype/Scriptaculous

Effect.Transfer I really like this effect! It reminds me of ones I'd seen on the terrific TiddlyWiki app as well as the Ajax-y BloxPress blog system for WordPress. It may come as no surprise, in fact, that the effect was developed by the author of BloxPress... as well as numerous other cool web goodies. This effect is intended to augment the collection that comes with Script.aculo.us, and the author provides several useful demos on this page.
    
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June 3rd, 2007

Table Sorting with Prototype: TableKit

Table Sorting with Prototype * Dexagogo This looks like a cool add-on to Prototype.js that enables column-sorting in tabular presentations. There are a slew of great demos for the various techniques you can use. A further add-on to Tablekit gets you column-reordering, but what I really want next is row-reordering. Probably out there already and I haven't seen it yet...
    
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May 5th, 2007

MindFrame Brings Adobe’s XML-Data Spry Approach To Prototype Using ZParse

riiv.net» Blog Archive » MindFrame - Demystifying Rich Internet Application I've admired Spry since it first began evolving a year ago, and if you want to deliver data to users through a small XML data file, it's one of the best ways to do it. Now MindFrame is designed to bring those benefits to the growing Prototype.js universe. It also relies on a new open source library called ZParse, which apparently lets you define your own JavaScript parsing language. How cool is that?
    
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May 1st, 2007

Loupe.js: Using Canvas To Enable Quick Image Magnifiers

Loupe.js Loupe JavaScript Implements Canvas MagnifierThis is the greatest little demonstration of the Canvas tag I've seen yet. Really amazing... it degrades for all the suckers who are still using IE, but works fine in the modern browsers that support Canvas: Firefox, Opera, and Safari. With Loupe, you can let users call up a little magnifying glass to take a closer look at a small image on your site. Is this cool, or what? The demos are amazing!
    
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May 1st, 2007

JavaScript Image Cropper UI: Powerful Prototype/Scriptaculous Library for Image Cropping

DEfusion.org.uk » JavaScript Image Cropper UI, using Prototype & script.aculo.us Amazing! The number and sophistication of widgets and libraries built with Prototype/Scriptaculous have mushroomed since the last time I looked around. Here's one that you can use to enable dynamic image cropping for a website. Gorgeous work... very flexible, and with numerous excellent examples.
    
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May 1st, 2007

gWidgets: A Set of Simple Prototype/Scriptaculous Widgets

gWidgets I do hope this developer continues with these... the four he's released so far all look quite useful and cover a pretty good range of the absolutely necessary list: Tabs, Expandable text, Tool tips, and Popup windows. All done so they can be mixed and matched together in different ways... a lot of good demos here, too.
    
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May 1st, 2007

Script.aculo.us Slider Demos: Everything You Could Want in a DHTML Slider

script.aculo.us Slider Demos and Example Code Damn! I wish these demos had been available when I was building parts of Mars a year ago. But I could find nothing but the demos on the Script.aculo.us wiki site, which didn't cover things like: Scrollwheel activation, use as a scrollbar... the two things I most needed. Oh well... at least they're here now if I need them again!
    
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May 1st, 2007

ModalBox: Ajax Popups and Wizards Using Scriptaculous

ModalBox — An easy way to create popups and wizards Here's a very cool javascript library based on Prototype/Scriptaculous: ModalBox is kind of a Lightbox for longer user messages, like "wizards", and could be used for surveys, for example. I love the statement that "it's inspired by Mac OS X modal dialogs"... of course! Nearly all the whiz-bang Ajax visual candy that's come out in the last 2 years is derived from the Mac OS X interface. Definitely want to try this one out some time!
    
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April 20th, 2007

LightWindow: Awesome Prototype-Script.aculo.us Add-On for Adding Media, Forms, PDFs, and More to Lightboxes

lightWindow Demo I think my title on this puppy says it all. :-) If not, check out the LightWindow demos! As some readers have noticed, I had earlier hacked Lightbox to enable running videos, but this does so much more. And it's more than a hack as well! Thanks, Kevin!
    
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April 19th, 2007

A New JavaScript Library Handles Keyboard Shortcuts

Handling Keyboard Shortcuts in JavaScript This looks like it might be just the ticket I'm seeking to help smooth out a wrinkle on Mars. Seems many Mac users are accustomed to reading web pages by hitting the spacebar to move to the next page. This handy shortcut scrolls the page exactly one page length based on the browser window's current size. Only problem is, on Mars the persistent header screws up the calculation of the browser window size, apparently. I've been wanting to intercept that shortcut and make sure it works properly on Mars, and maybe this library will help make short work of that!
    
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April 15th, 2007

Website Button Maker: Custom Badges in the Classic Style

Button Maker :: Adam Kalsey I went looking for this again since I apparently hadn't bookmarked it before. This is the online tool I used to make the small badges in the Mars footer. I wanted to update one or two and make a new one today, and while I could've futsed with Photoshop for awhile, this is a great little tool that stamps the buttons out just right. :-)
    
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April 14th, 2007

Emprise JavaScript Charts Enable Dynamic Charting Using Canvas

EJSChart :: 100% Pure JavaScript Charting Solution Well, I guess this is the day for cool new graphics libraries for Web 2.0 applications! Unfortunately, EJS Charts isn't free or open source, but it does work great in Safari and WebKit, as well as any other modern browser that supports the Canvas tag. At least, I believe it's using Canvas... the library also works in IE 6, which doesn't support Canvas, so it must use some other mechanism for IE. The chart data can reside in XML format, and the library enables dynamic resizing, zooming, and data selection (among other niceties). The only problem I had with the demo on the site's home page is that I had to reload the page in both Safari and WebKit before the chart rendered correctly. EJS Charts is free for personal use, and is so early in its life that documentation and examples are mostly missing for now. But this looks very promising indeed for any application that needs to display charted data on the web!
    
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April 14th, 2007

New Framework Enables SVG Drawings Using Prototype

Prototype Graphic Framework This is very cool... it's too bad the library doesn't fully support canvas, but I gather that'll bring up the rear. For now, it works great in an SVG-enabled browser (as well as whatever it is that Microsoft uses for IE). For Mac users, this means you can't use Safari until Apple updates it in Leopard. For now, if you want to use Safari, you need to install and run the WebKit nightly build. Note: This is the same developer who gaves us the marvelous windowing library for Prototype, which I've used extensively here on Mars.
    
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March 27th, 2007

Control.Modal: A Gallery of Lightbox and Modal-Window Effects Using CSS and Prototype

Control.Modal : Unobtrusive CSS Modal Windows and Lightboxes for Prototype These are worth taking a closer look at... I do have solutions in place for such things, but I also would like my code to be more in the "nonobtrusive" mold. These are built for the Prototype Javascript library.
    
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March 22nd, 2007

Far Out Menu Highlighter with JavaScript and CSS

Devthought - Guillermo Rauch’s Blog » CSS+Javascript power. Fancy menu This has been a bumper-crop kinda week for new JavaScript code and ideas. Here's another really kewl implementation of the old "moving highlighter" idea, using mootools. The author does a great job documenting the work, too.
    
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March 22nd, 2007

Ajaxian » Cross Browser Keyboard Handler

Ajaxian » Cross Browser Keyboard Handler I may be in serious need of starting to capture keystrokes and mouse clicks/scrolls on this site soon... here's one possibility.
    
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March 22nd, 2007

Parallax Web Page Background Using Javascript and CSS

Parallax Background with Javascript and CSS Now this is a kewl implementation of Javascript! Talk about thinking outside the box... this is a totally new concept I've never seen before. Of course, it's also a great way to make visitors dizzy, but hey... some people like that, right? I mean, how about web pages as roller coasters or tilt-a-whirls?
    
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March 22nd, 2007

OpenLaszlo Goes 4.0 and DHTML/Ajax, Too!

OpenLaszlo | the premier open-source platform for rich internet applications OpenLaszlo started out declaring that their framework could be used for both dhtml and Flash, but they started with Flash, and that's what got stuck in developer's brains. They had demoed some dhtml/ajax versions last year, but now they've offically released version 4.0, with full support for Javascript/CSS/HTML/Ajax applications (earlier known as DHTML). The demos on the site have to be seen to be believed! For each demo, there's a Flash and DHTML version, and I think most people will have trouble telling one from the other. I've got to take another serious look at this framework soon!
    
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March 22nd, 2007

Yet Another JavaScript Library: Is This Getting Ridiculous, Or What?

Dean Edwards: Yet Another JavaScript Library Without Documentation Dean Edwards is one of the, well, Deans, of the Javascript guru world. Obviously a brilliant programmer, he's released what he himself calls "yet another JavaScript library" for reasons that aren't perfectly clear. My impression is that it's Edwards conception of a perfect standards-compliant library, but without documentation and with so many other fine libraries floating around now, I wonder why he didn't devote his talents to one of the existing projects... ? Oh well, hopefully one of them will pick up some of Edwards' ideas, as they have in the past.
    
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March 22nd, 2007

DED|Chain JavaScript Library Combines Yahoo! UI and jQuery

DED|Chain JavaScript Library Dustin Diaz has released version 0.1 of a new javascript library, somewhat awkwardly named DED|Chain. He says it's built on the Yahoo! UI Javascript library, but combines some features from jQuery. It also leverages Jack Slocum's awesome CSS query functions. There's only one small demo at the moment, but I'm sure more will emerge with time.
    
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March 18th, 2007

Auto-Scrolling Alternative for Prototype Using $$ Function

Tobie Langel - A Fistful of $$ As readers of Mars have no doubt noticed, I use an autoscroll function to make navigating to different sections of my somewhat lengthy articles easier and more, well, interesting. :-) Programmer Tobie Langel has published a prototype implementation of auto-scrolling that he feels is superior to the one I'm using, which uses the Script.aculo.us "Effect.ScrollTo" function. Hey, I'm always interesting in learning something new and better... And was a little distressed at how the readers of the post on Ajaxian pounced on Langel, acting as if existing tools had this function all wrapped up, and he was an idiot and troublemaker for suggesting an alternative. Very un-Mars-like, guys. I noticed in a subsequent Ajaxian post that the Prototype guys feel they've cleaned up Prototype's $$ function's speed problems in the latest beta, so maybe it's time to take a closer look at solutions like Langel's. His page of autoscroll demos is here.
    
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March 16th, 2007

Ext: A Powerful Ajax Widget Framework in Development

Ajaxian » Ext Being developed by this brilliant programmer Jack Slocum, who's starting from using the Yahoo Ajax toolkit, Ext is apparently a framework that will support more than just YUI. In fact, Slocum has already incorporated into Ext (which is still in alpha development) support for both jQuery and Prototype/Script.acul.ous. Amazing! The widgets on display at the Ext docs site are incredibly sweet... I've downloaded the latest alpha build myself and hope to play with it shortly. So far every widget I've tried has worked great in WebKit.
    
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March 9th, 2007

Web Kit DOM: Unbelievably Rich Documentation of WebKit’s DOM Implementation

Web Kit DOM: Main Page This site is much deeper than it appears at first... in fact, the home page gives you no indication there's anything much at all. But start clicking the tabs: Namespaces, Classes, and Files, and you'll find yourself wandering through a Doxygen-created maze of documentation that tells you everything you ever wanted to know about how to make WebKit tick. Oddly, I haven't seen an announcement about this on the WebKit blog... of course, this is only version 0.1, so maybe they don't consider it "ready for prime time." But honestly, developers will froth at the mouth to get at info like this.
    
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February 20th, 2007

ColumNav Creates Column-View Web Interface Similar to Mac OS X Finder

ColumNav Documentation Wow! This is damn cool! Another reason to take a second look at the YUI toolkit, I'd say. Great demos here, too, including source code. The widget builds a tree-like navigation widget that looks just like column view in the Mac OS X Finder.
    
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February 20th, 2007

Update to Yahoo Ajax Toolkit Includes Cross-Browser History Manager, and More

YUI Version 2.2.0 Released: Browser History Manager, DataTable, and Button Components, New Versioning, and More » Yahoo! User Interface Blog This is great news... Yahoo has included a component to manage the browser's history that's supposed to work in all "A-grade" browsers, which of course includes Safari/WebKit. The new release also has a new data management tool and more besides.
    
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February 14th, 2007

SilverStripe: New Open Source CMS Uses Prototype/Scriptaculous

SilverStripe - Open Source CMS SilverStripe LogoOK, here's yet another terrific-looking free, open source content management system. This one uses PHP and MySQL and is at the 2.0 level already. Apparently, it was a commercial product that went open source last fall... I definitely want to come back to spend more time with the demo and download the source.
    
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Just Say No To Flash