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35 Cool, Awesome Tools and Resources for Faster JavaScript Application Development This is a list of 35 JavaScript applications, JavaScript resources, JavaScript libraries (frameworks), JavaScript tools that might help you shorten your time to develop JavaScript applications, web applications. This list is quite completed, it contains almost of the JavaScript subjects that are being taken interest in: better JavaScript frameworks, creating web-based worksheets, packing/compressing JavaScript codes, diagrams/graphs, ... Please go to the full article page for more details.


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17 Javascript Animation Frameworks Worth Checking Out
Here are some examples of Javascript animation frameworks that are really worth checking out.

Chrome Experiments
These experiments were created by designers and programmers from around the world using the latest open standards, including HTML5, Canvas, SVG, and more. Their work is making the web faster, more fun, and more open - the same spirit in which we built Google Chrome.

boingPic - a javascript experiment
This is a simple experiment using javascript and jQuery which allows you to make an image of your choice all boingy!

Mind-blowing JavaScript Experiments
The following JavaScript experiments demonstrates the amazing capabilities of the modern browsers such as Chrome and Safari. In this post is showcased to you an array of experiments that will surely blows your mind off. Most of the following runs best in Chrome or Safari

Dygraphs: Create interactive graphs from open source Javascript library
Dygraphs is an open source JavaScript library that produces an interactive, zoom-able charts of the present time series. It is mainly designed to display the dense data sets and enable the users to explore and interpret them. It is a JavaScript Visualization Library.

Building an interactive map with jQuery instead of Flash
To make the map as engaging as possible, there needed to be smooth animations and crisp graphics. Traditionally such a project would require the use of Flash. We try to avoid Flash whenever possible, so we began to consider how the project could be accomplished in jQuery.

AnythingZoomer jQuery Plugin
You have a small area. You mouse over it. An area pops up giving you a zoomed in closer look. This is a jQuery plugin that does it. I'm not going to tell you what you should use it for or elaborate use-case scenarios. Your own creativity can help you there.

Scripts for Adobe Illustrator CS (JavaScript)
This archive includes many sample scripts (not well commented yet confused) tested with Adobe Illustrator CS3 13.0.3, Windows XP SP2 (Japanese version).

Google Chart Tools
The Google Chart Tools enable adding live charts to any web page.

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