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Fructose – Now You Can Compile Your Ruby Into PHP

Fructose is a subset of Ruby that’s designed to be compiled into PHP 5.x. The generated code should run on any PHP version above 5.0. Most major Ruby features are supported, including operator overloading and blocks. Eventually, most of the Ruby standard library will be available to Fructose programs via libfructose.

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dat.gui – Lightweight Controller Library For JavaScript

dat.gui is a lightweight controller library for JavaScript. It allows you to easily manipulate variables and fire functions on the fly. DAT.GUI panels contain UI controls that allow you to manipulates with variables to control the GUI elements.

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Laker – Create Digital Publications With HTML5 And Convert To iOS Apps

Laker is a compendium of files, frameworks, styles and tips for designing digital publications in HTML5. Laker allow you to distribute our publication as an app for iPhone and iPad. The layout scales automatically depending on screen size and orientation.

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Another In-Place Editor – In-Place Editor Plugin For jQuery

Another In-Place Editor is a jQuery plugin that turns any element or group of elements into an Ajax in-place editor using only one line of code. Another In-Place Editor allow us to create in-place editor for Standard Text box, Text area and Select Dropdown.

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PaRSS – Parse RSS or Atom Feeds With jQuery

PaRSS is a jQuery plugin that you can use to pull RSS feeds dynamically and place the items from the feeds on an HTML page in a list element. PaRSS uses the Google Feed API to parse RSS or Atom feeds and add the feed items to a list element on your page.

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Opensource Map-based CouchDB Chat For Your Site

MapChat is an opens ource Map-based CouchDB Chat that allow us to chat with friends and discuss events on a map. There’re two choices for installation:

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inuit.css – A Flexible CSS Framework With Mobile-Tablet Support

inuit.css is built to work on smaller screens (such as tablets) and tiny screens (such as phones) straight out of the box with minimal effort. inuit.css has basic support for new HTML5 elements.

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Cascader – Excellent Tools To Separate Inline CSS From HTML Files

Cascader is web based tool that helps developers to separate inlined CSS from HTML files. Cascader takes HTML as input, then generates clean and separate CSS and HTML files.

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Pixel Proliferation – A Toolset For Managing Screen Resolutions

Change is a constant. The device landscape is always changing and the device types are proliferating. With the increasing demand for unique mid-screen devices, it is becoming an even more arduous task to keep all of the device resolutions and screen sizes straight. That why punchcut has package up their Toolset For Managing Screen Resolutions, […]

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Skitter – Feature Rich jQuery Slideshow Plugin With 22 Classy Animations

Skitter is a feature rich jQuery slideshow plugin that comes with 22 unique and smooth animations. It has various transition options for customization like speed, interval and animation effects. Skitter offers pagination and navigation controls that allow users to drive the slideshow as they like.

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