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moo.fx is a super lightweight, ultratiny, megasmall JavaScript effects library, written with prototype.js.

Developer Open Source Library

  1. Introduction of moo.fox
    moo.fx is a super lightweight, ultratiny, megasmall JavaScript effects library, written with prototype.js. It's easy to use, fast, cross-browser, standards compliant, provides controls to modify Height, Width, and Opacity with builtin checks that won't let a user break the effect with multiple crazy clicks. It's also optimized to make you write the lesser code possible. moo.fx has been successfully tested with: Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer. It should work in most of the gecko browsers too. Only Height and Width will work in Opera, since that browser does not support opacity. moo.fx is not a replacement for script.aculo.us or other effects libraries. It's just a little alternative for people (like me) that do not need more than just simple, basic effects.
        
  2. Rico an open source JavaScript
    Ajax is the term that describes a set of web development techniques for creating interactive web applications. One of the key ingredients is the JavaScript object XmlHttpRequest. Rico provides a very simple interface for registering Ajax request handlers as well as HTML elements or JavaScript objects as Ajax response objects. Multiple elements and/or objects may be updated as the result of one Ajax request. Desktop applications have long used drag and drop in their interfaces to simplify user interaction. Rico provides one of the simplest interfaces for enabling your web application to support drag and drop. Just register any HTML element or JavaScript object as a draggable and any other HTML element or JavaScript object as a drop zone and Rico handles the rest.
      
  3. Swat is an open-source web application
    Swat is a new project and has not yet had a release 1.0, but most of the toolkit is already in place and available in our Subversion repository. Announcements will be made on the mailing list. We've long been the beneficiaries of open-source software at silver orange, building many of our websites and web applications on top of an open-source stack (PHP, Apache, Linux, PostgreSQL, etc.). We have also known for a while now that the next platform project we worked on would be released under and open-source license. That time has come with the release of the Swat Web Application Toolkit. Swat is an open-source web application toolkit built with PHP5. It is primarily developed and maintained by silver orange, but participation and contributions are welcome.
     
  4. Color combo
    Welcome to ColorCombos.com. This site was built to help web developers quickly select and test color combinations. The heart of the site is the Combo Tester, which allows web developers to see how different color combinations work together on the screen. If you are looking for Color Combination ideas, check out the Combo Library.
      
  5. Open Source script.aculo.us
    The Web is changing. The 30-year-old terminal-like technology it was originally is gradually giving way to new ways of doing things. The power of AJAX allows for rich user interaction without the trouble that has bugged traditional web applications. Building upon the wonderful Prototype JavaScript library, script.aculo.us provides you with some great additional ingredients to mix in. Web applications don't have to stay behind the current graphical trends in ultra-rich-desktop-applications. And they don't have to resort to fancy plug-ins that break usability and accessibility. Browsers and standards have reached a stage where advanced animations are finally possible to do with JavaScript.

  6. Dynamic Drive CSS Library
    Welcome to Dynamic Drive's new CSS library Here you'll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast. Here are the rules for the contest:
    * Submit an original CSS example, whether it's a CSS menu, image effect, or skeleton CSS layout etc. Originality is defined as code that may be inspired by techniques found on the web but ultimately put together by yourself. Any images used must be 100% original.
    * Your code must be 100% CSS based. No JavaScript allowed.
    * Submissions are judged on the basis of practicality, coding style, and originality. For this first contest, I (ddadmin) will be the sole judge.
    * The top 3 submissions will each receive an award. By submitting your code you understand and grant Dynamic Drive the right to include it in our library regardless.
       
  7. PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Repository
    PEAR is a framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components. More information about PEAR can be found in the online manual and the FAQ. If you are a first time user, you might be especially interested in the manual chapter "About PEAR". PEAR provides the above mentioned PHP components in the form of so called "Packages". If you would like to download PEAR packages, you can browse the complete list here. Alternatively you can search for packages by some keywords using the search box above. Apart from simply downloading a package, PEAR also provides a command-line interface that can be used to automatically install packages. The manual describes this procedure in detail. In case you need support for PEAR in general or a package in special, we have compiled a list of the available support resources.
       
  8. A library of DHTML and AJAX Scripts
    In this DHTML menu script, the submenu slides to left or to the right. The menu is based on an unordered list. This is based on the menu below. The difference is that this one support multiple colors and that it also give you the option to choose between changing saturation(color intensity) or brightness onmouseover. I have separated them into two scripts because the one below is a little bit easier to configure. So if you only need one color, use the menu below, otherwise use this one.
       
  9. dojo the JavaScript toolkit
    The latest release of Dojo improves the already ground-breaking 0.3.x line with over a hundred improvements. All versions of 0.3.x include:
    * Less boilerplate when writing widgets
    * A new lightweight animation system that makes using and building animations dead simple
    * Tested, high-performance local storage engine
    * Cross-domain Ajax support and cross-domain package loading
    * The ability to bundle CSS as well as HTML in profile builds
    * Better performance
      
  10. Yahoo User Interface Library
    The Yahoo User Interface (YUI) Library is a set of utilities and controls, written in JavaScript, for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX. The YUI Library also includes several core CSS resources. All components in the YUI Library have been released as open source under a BSD license and are free for all uses. Download the entire library, its documentation and examples from Sourceforge.The library's developers blog at the YUI Blog and the YUI Library community exchanges ideas at ydn-javaScript on Yahoo Groups.
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Posted on: February 4, 2008

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