JavaScript/HTML5/CSS3

JavaScript/HTML5/CSS3

Modern front-end developement

fuelUX
Fuel UX extends Twitter Bootstrap with additional lightweight JavaScript controls.
Bootbox.js
alert, confirm and flexible dialogs for Twitter's Bootstrap framework
Bootstrap Modal
Extends Bootstrap's native modals to provide additional functionality.
BootPag
BootPag - dynamic pagination jQuery plugin for twitter bootstrap
Bootstrap Arrows
A simple jQuery plugin and add-on to the popular Twitter Bootstrap framework to include the use of arrows at any angle in your UI designs.
Zebra
JavaScript library that follows easy OOP concept, provides HTML5 Canvas based Rich UI and includes Java to JavaScript converter tool

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Windows Media Encoder
Windows Media Encoder is a freely downloadable, free-of-charge media encoder developed by Microsoft which enables content developers to convert, capture both live, prerecorded audio, video, computer screen images to Windows Media formats for live, on-demand delivery. It is the successor of NetShow Encoder. As of October 2013 it was still available for download. The download page reports that it is not supported on Windows 7. WME has been replaced by a free version of Microsoft Expression Encoder. The Media 8 Encoding Utility is still listed. WME was available in both 32-bit, 64-bit versions.
Wink
Wink is a freeware screen capture, tutorial-creation program. It supports many features such as input-based capture, text annotations. Navigation buttons can be added to any presentation, the bitmaps for all presentation controls can be edited.
WMC Global
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Woophy
Woophy was a photo sharing website, an online community where members could put their photos on a world map. Founded in 2005 by Joris van Hoytema, Hoyte van Hoytema, Marcel Geenevasen, the site had up to 43, 300 members, contained around a million photos from over 44, 900 cities, towns, villages of the world. Most of the uploaded pictures were from the surroundings, buildings, nature, the problems in the world.

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