Minimalistic spreadsheet-like data grid editor that giving features copy/paste functionality compatible with Excel/Google Docs.
Copying text to the clipboard should not be hard . It should not require dozens of steps to configure or load hundreds of KB . But above all , it should not depend on Flash or a bloated frameworks
Gate One is a web-based Terminal Emulator and SSH client that brings the power of the command line to the web. Gate One requires no browser plugins and is built on top of a powerful plugin system that allows every aspect of its appearance and functionality to be customized.
This script allows you to take “screenshots” of webpages or parts of it, directly on the users browser. The screenshot is based on the DOM and as such may not be 100% accurate to the real representation as it does not make an actual screenshot, but builds the screenshot based on the information available on the page.
Owl Carousel. Touch enabled jQuery plugin that lets you create beautiful responsive carousel slider.
Mouse Slide Events
Choose the number of items to be displayed
CSS3 3d Transitions
Tested on IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, iPhone, iPad, Chrome on Google Nexus.
Let’s talk about responsive web design. People are increasingly dependent on their smart mobile devices, and chances are that a large portion of the visitors of your website have used their phone or tablet to get to it. In this article you will find 50 articles, tools and resources, which will help you learn what responsiveness is, and how to apply these techniques to your ….
AngularJS is an amazing front-end framework that has a very novel approach to building web applications, completely unlike any of the other frameworks you might be used to. In this course we’ll take a look at all the core components of Angular, and how they work together to build a complete application. We’ll be building an address book, starting from nothing at all and ending…
If you’ve used jQuery much at all, then you’re probably already familiar with event binding. It’s fairly basic stuff, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find opportunities to make your event-driven code less brittle and more manageable…
- You can embed the graph in you own site through html iframe element.
- Detailed error message. In most cases it can point out the precise syntax error position.
- No support for octal escape. Yes it is a feature. ECMAScript strict mode doesn’t support octal escape in string,but many browsers still support octal escape in regex. I make things easier. In regulex, DecimalEscape will always be treated as back reference. If the back reference is invalid, e.g.
/(a)\2/,or DecimalEscape appears in charset（because in this case it can’t be explained as back reference, e.g.
/(ab)[\1]/）, Regulex will always throw an error.