daily links

  • Lumzy
    Lumzy is a Mockup and Prototype creation tool for websites and applications.
    By Mockup, we mean that quick sketch that gives an idea of what the site or application you are planning to build will look like.
    With Lumzy, you can create prototypes of how the site or application will function by adding events within your Lumzy controls. For instance, what happens when the user clicks a button? You can create Message Alerts, Page navigation or Links to external content when your client interacts with your Mockup, yet with the hand drawn feel of a sketch.
  • Edison Wong: HOWTO Create Zen 7.x-3.x Subtheme in Step-by-step
    This HOWTO will give you a quick review and step-by-step guide, building your own Zen 7.x-3.x subtheme with the help of GIT. Sounds interesting? So let’s start 😀
  • Like it? Tweet it!
    “Like it? Tweet it!” is a jQuery-powered JavaScript widget that enables visitors to your website or blog to write a tweet about the site directly in a box displayed in the corner of the website, with a link to the site already embedded in the input field.
  • cssSandpaper – a CSS3 JavaScript Library
    The cssSandpaper JavaScript library looks at the stylesheets in an HTML document and, where possible, smooths out the browser differences between CSS3 properties like transform, opacity, box-shadow and others. This script is not only useful for developers who want to support CSS3 in IE (which doesn’t support it in IE natively) but in other browsers which implement their own vendor-specific variants of these properties.
  • Impact – HTML5 Canvas & JavaScript Game Engine
    Impact is a JavaScript Game Engine that allows you to develop HTML5 Games in no time. Games created with Impact require no browser plugins or any software installations – just a modern browser that supports the Canvas tag.
  • Freebie: Contained Sticky Scroll jQuery Plugin :: Echo Enduring Blog – A Web and Graphic Design Blog
    I’m releasing my first ever jQuery plugin, which I am calling Contained Sticky Scroll. It basically allows you to create an element that will “stick” to the top of the window as the user scrolls, but which will not move outside of its parent element.
  • Sticky Sidebar jQuery plugin | Phil Parsons
    This jQuery plugin allows you to set a number of sidebar or floating boxes that follow the user down the page as they scroll. The plugin uses absolute positioning calculated from the original css and offset to either the closest positioned parent or to the document. The plugin has been tested in IE6-9 and all the other major browsers
  • Setup your own Drupal in the Amazon EC2 | 10jumps
    I have always wanted to setup a high performance Drupal on an AWS EC2. There are several advantages of running your website (or web application) on the AWS. Amazon EC2 creates and provisions virtual Linux (or Windows) servers for you and charge you an hourly rate for usage.
  • Handlebars.js: Minimal Templating on Steroids
    JavaScript Templating