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Facebook Style Footer Admin Panel Part 1
Learn how to recreate the Facebook footer admin panel with CSS and jQuery.

Facebook Fun iPhone App - The true Facebook Fun AppBox
Facebook Fun iPhone App - The true Facebook Fun AppBox that lets you do ALL this in one bundle: 1. +Draw: Finger drawing on your iPhone screen with awesome neon colors. Draw and Post your creation to facebook! 2. +Emoti: Use our collection of over 135 EMOTICONS to spice up your facebook status messages. 3. +Pic: Post Picture or Quick Status messages along with your current location (using iPhone GPS) - shown on google maps.

jQuery 1.4 Released
In celebration of its 4th birthday, the jQuery team is pleased to release the latest major release of the jQuery JavaScript library.

jQuery Animations : A 7-Step Program
A dash of animation can spruce up a dull interface. In this tutorial, you will learn how to do it the right way with jQuery.

jQuery Plugin - Feature List
This jQuery plugin enables simple and easy creation of an interactive Featured Items widget.

dygraphs JavaScript Visualization Library
dygraphs is an open source JavaScript library that produces produces interactive, zoomable charts of time series. It is designed to display dense data sets and enable users to explore and interpret them.

NYC Way: 30+ NYC iPhone Apps in One - From the creators of Ajax Rain
NYC Way is an iPhone application that bundles a variety of NYC resources useful for locals and tourists alike. Experience the power of 30+ NYC related iPhone apps packaged into one- including live traffic cams, restaurant inspection results, wifi hotspots, street food vendors, tourist attractions, subway alerts, nyc news and more. NYC Way is location aware and provides you with information sorted by proximity - based on your current location. Alternatively, you can choose to search far off locations by entering any NYC zip code. The app allows you to update your facebook status or send out a tweet about any place you visited after discovering it on NYC Way.

Drag to Share like Mashable using jQuery
Learn how to replicate the mashable way of drag to share with jQuery and jQuery UI.

Form Element AJAX Spinner Attachment Using jQuery
Learn how to attach an AJAX spinner next to a form element using jQuery.

Dynamically Create Charts Using MooTools MilkChart and Google Analytics
A mix of PHP (the Analytics class), HTML, and MooTools javascript that will connect to Google Analytics, create a HTML table with the statistics for a given month, and use MooTools MilkChart to colorfully chart them out.

Fancy FAQs with MooTools Sliders : Version 2
A method of taking boring FAQs and making them more robust using javascript framework: MooTools.

jQuery youtube playlist plugin - youtubeplaylist
With javascript enabled a nice playlist is created, whilst without javasript the user gets a regular list of links to youtube pages.

milkchart - Graph/Chart library for MooTools
A simple to use, yet robust library for transforming table data into a chart. This library uses the HTML5 canvas tag and is only supported on browsers other than IE for now.

nmcDropDown: A Drop-Down Menu Plugin for jQuery
A quick jQuery plugin for creating drop-down menus.

jQuery maxImage plugin
This plugin will resize and scale targeted images to their max width according to the image ratio, the browser size and some simple options.

Hwy jQuery ListMenu Plugin
Users hover their mouse over a letter and a columnized list of all of the list items that start with that letter appear in a submenu. Mousing off of the letter or menu closes the submenu. Mousing between letters is very fast and the columns in the submenu are nicely balanced. This is great for product lists, address books, contact lists, lists of hotels, parks and recreation areas, etc.


Making A Slick Content Slider
Learn how to make a slick content slider for a computer shop, with the help of jQuery and the MopSlider plugin.

Ext JS Designer Preview
This new version adds many new features to improve your efficiency creating application designs. Once you get accustomed to these features its difficult to live without them.

jVal - jQuery Form Field Validation Plugin
jVal is a jQuery form field validation plugin that provides an appealing animated message flyout that does not impede form layout/design while being user-friendly.

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A Gamer’s Week: December 21
This week, the review department of Softpedia Games delivered long-form looks at the following titles: Icewind Dale – Enhanced Edition, which reinvents the classic title for a modern audience, Sneaky Sneaky, the Warlords of Draenor expansion for World of Warcraft, Venom Pinball,  Crowntakers, Way of Life for Crusader Kings II, The Witcher Adventure Game, Little Big Planet 3 and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. We also have editorials about the world of gaming, one dealing with the battle be...

Hearthstone: Goblins vs Gnomes Review (PC)
Hearthstone has only been out for less than a year, but it seems that Blizzard's creation is only getting more and more momentum as time goes by. The collectible card game registered over 20 million players worldwide, and a brand new expansion was just released a week ago, sparking even more interest in the fate of the heroes of Warcraft. One of the best things about the expansion is the fact that, in the early days, you never know what you're going to run into. Before the dust settles and a...

Steam Holiday Sale Day 3 Includes Discounts on NBA 2K15, Metro 2033 Redux, More
The third day as Valve's Steam Holiday Sale has just kicked off with discounts on some interesting games for various tastes. Strategy genre fans, as well as sports and first shooter fans will be pleased to know that some of the titles on sale today may be to their liking. Let's start with Europa Universalis IV, one of the best strategy games released in the last couple of years. The folks over at Paradox proved that the strategy genre is far from dead and the popularity of Europa Universalis ...

Choices, Time, and Game of the Year 2014
A Game of the Year suite of articles is currently rolling out on Softpedia Games, designed to give our readers a look at the video games that we consider the best in their category for 2014, set to culminate just before we move into next year with the revelation of our Game of the Year winners. As the gaming industry gains in complexity, it becomes harder and harder to make this selection and name a title as being the best, even if the awards category is very narrowly defined to contain just ...

About Apple's "Slave Workers" in China
By now you’ve probably heard that Apple is being held accountable for the countless violations occurring on iPhone production lines in China. Despite the fact that Pegatron and Foxconn make devices for numerous other companies, everyone has their eye on Apple for bearing the biggest responsibility to push for change. The harshest conditions are somehow always seen in the iPhone factories. Whether or not that’s true only on Apple’s production lines, it certainly seems plausible that Apple - be...

Stephen Collins Denies He’s a Pedophile, Says He’s a Victim Too – Video
Stephen Collins, the actor best known for his role on ABC’s “7th Heaven,” is breaking his silence on the scandal that started 3 months ago, when a recording on which he admitted to molesting 3 minor girls emerged online. Embedded below is his first interview since the story broke, in which he does his best to defend himself. Clearly, in between the leak of the recording, for which he blames estranged wife Faye Grant (they are now in the middle of a very long and nasty divorce battle) and thi...

Crowntakers Review (PC)
Crowntakers is an isometric, turn-based, roguelike role-playing game that blends a lot of fun mechanics with some pretty visuals and thoroughly annoying randomness. When I first ran into some screenshots from it, I saw hexes and clean, hand-drawn graphics and I was instantly sold. Unfortunately, I had hoped it would be a strategy game, and the realization that it wasn't left me a bit disappointed. However, the promise of tactical combat was still reason enough to pick the game up. And so I d...

History Hour: Three Devices that Paved the Road for Today’s Tablet Computers
Today the tablet landscape is dominated by iPads and Android tablets and even Microsoft’s Windows-based slates have started avidly populating this product niche. But have you ever wondered where the idea of a tablet computer came from in the first place? Devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S or Surface 3 Pro didn’t just sprung out of nowhere. The development of tablets has deep historical roots, because tablet computing and their designated operating system are actually an example of pen c...

Over 1.1 Million Cards Exposed in Staples Data Breach
Office supply retailer Staples provided updated details regarding its investigation of a data breach reported by third parties in October, revealing that information of about 1.16 million payment cards may have been affected by the incident. The company discovered that point-of-sale systems at 115 locations had been compromised, two of them having been infected as early as July 20, 2014, while at the rest of them the malware accessed payment data starting August 10, 2014. After receiving inf...

“Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice” First Trailer Leaks Online
If you’re a fan of DC Comics and have been waiting patiently for more details on Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice” film, it might be best to try and contain yourself: word online has it that the first official trailer for the film, which doesn’t come out until May 2016, has leaked online. I have not been able to find it anywhere, but I did find a description of it: it differs from what was shown at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, which was just footage of Batman and Supe...