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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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Google Photos Suggests Users to Remove Photos from Backup
Google has been constantly working on improving its Photos application in order to provide users with everything they need in order to properly manage their images. The latest update from Google allows users to remove images from their cloud and local accounts faster. Now, Google Photos suggests users to also remove pictures from their cloud accounts, upon removing images from their local phone. The new feature is part of the version 1.23 update of the application and it allows users to syn deleted photos. The feature helps users manage images under their accounts easier as the application suggests users to also delete images from their cloud account, according to Android Police. The main advantage of this new feature is that users wouldn't clog their online account with images that they no longer need. This would also mean that they can orga...

BlackBerry Hamburg Could be Rebranded TCL Alcatel Idol 4
BlackBerry is expected to unveil its next smartphone next month, while the company CEO stated a while back that BlackBerry could actually launch two smartphones this year, codenamed Hamburg and Rome. Now, it seems that BlackBerry Hamburg has just received Wi-Fi certification and the document reveals that the smartphone might be rebranded TCL Alcatel Idol 4. TCL is the company that produces the Alcatel line of smartphones and it seems that it could be re-branding one of its smartphones with the BlackBerry name. This wouldn't be so surprising, considering that BlackBerry CEO John Chen recently hinted at new deals with manufacturers other than Foxconn, which designed and manufactured some BlackBerry devices. Documents from the Wi-Fi Alliance show that a TCL device running Android 6.0 Marshmallow received ...

Photos of BBK's Imoo Educational Phone Surface Online
A few days ago, we reported that the company behind OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo smartphone brands intended to launch a new smartphone brand called Imoo. Now, it seems that BBK Electronics released a teaser for promoting the new educational smartphone on the market. BBK Electronics is the company that holds OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo brands of smartphones, which makes it quite a big competitor on the market of consumer phones. Oppo and Vivo are among the world's top 5 largest smartphone manufacturers. BBK Electronics doesn't manufacture just smartphones, but also music players, digital cameras and educational devices like ebook readers and more. The first Imoo device will be named Imoo Learning Phone and the post on Weibo revealed that the smartphone will have a slim build...

Samsung Trademarks Samsung Ahead, Similar to Google Glass
Samsung is known for pushing its products towards innovation and working on offering consumers powerful devices, regardless if they're smartphones, smartwatches or VR headsets. Samsung has recently filed a trademark application for Samsung Ahead, which is a headset similar to Google's Glass. Rumors on Samsung working on a rival for Google Glass have started surfacing quite a while ago. In 2014, Samsung was thought to be working on a similar product. The Samsung headset was believed to be unveiled during UFA 2014 in Berlin, alongside the Galaxy Note 4. The name of the device was rumored to be Gear Glass and the device was expected to be an ear and eye piece that connects to smartphones via Bluetooth. The Gear Glass was expected to run Tizen OS, but it seems that Samsung never got around to releasing it. Samsung...

Galaxy Note 7 To Come With 12MP Rear Camera and Iris Scanner
Samsung is working hard on its latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 7. The smartphone is expected to be unveiled on August 2 and it seems that there are some major uncertainties even regarding its name. Now, another report surfaces that apparently confirms the 7 moniker for the upcoming Galaxy Note device. Samsung's upcoming smartphone is one of the most anticipated smartphones expected to be unveiled in the next few months. There have been quite a few rumors regarding the upcoming smartphone, one of the biggest questions is its name. Samsung was said to jump one Note generation and go straight to the 7 moniker in the upcoming Note's name. Thus, Samsung intends to bring the Note series in line with the Galaxy S series and avoid confusion among consumers, who might think that the Galaxy Note 6 wouldn't be the last model in the series. Evan Blass from @evleaks posted what seems to be the offici...

iPhone 7 Could Come in Two Versions, with and Without a Headphone Jack
Yesterday we finally got a closer look at the dual cameras expected to be used on the iPhone 7, and now new information coming from China points to a different plan that Apple might embrace as far as the headphone jack is concerned. One of the most frequent iPhone 7 rumors is that Apple could remove the 3.5mm audio jack to replace it with an all-purpose Lightning port, so this means that the device will require new EarPods or at least an adapter for those who want to use their old headphones with the handset. But information coming from China’s Rock Fix (via Engadget) claims that Apple is actually planning two different variants of the iPhone 7 with a 4.7-inch screen - one with a headphone jack and another one without it. Basically, Apple could launch three different iPhones i...

The Most Famous Windows Wallpaper Ever Turns 20
Bliss, which is pretty much the most famous Windows wallpaper in the history of the operating system, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, after being shot by National Geographic photographer Charles O’Rear in 1996. While we’re not going to detail the way the official Windows XP wallpaper came to be because there’s plenty of such information out there, what is really worth mentioning is that the photo was taken in St. Helena in California and suffered no Photoshop touches. So what you see on the Windows XP desktop is the raw photo that the National Geographer photographer shot in 1996 with absolutely no modifications, which makes it even more special. Windows XP still shockingly popular As for Windows XP, believe it or not, but 15 years after its launch, it continues to be just as popular as the wallpaper that it launched with. Windows XP is still the third most-used desktop operating system in the world, with third-party market analys...

Microsoft Adds New OneDrive Restriction, Makes Google Drive Worth a Try
Microsoft’s OneDrive is going through some pretty significant changes these days, and after the company lowered the amount of free storage offered to users from 15GB to 5GB, it now appears that another restriction has been quietly implemented. Deskmodder writes that Microsoft has introduced a data sharing limitation in OneDrive, so users might get an error telling them that the threshold has been reached. At this point, it’s not yet very clear what this threshold actually is, but the German site claims that users reaching it get a message saying that they have “reached the limit for approvals” and that they should “try to share with fewer people or sharing fewer large files.” Furthermore, Microsoft gives them a second option should they want to share unlimited amounts of data, and this involves purchasing an Office 365 subscription that also comes w...

WebGazer Uses JavaScript and Your Webcam to Track Eye Movements
Three researchers from Brown University have created a JavaScript library that allows them to estimate what a person might be looking at inside a Web page using the user's webcam and nothing else except JavaScript code. Called WebGazer.js, the library only requires users to trust it enough to give it access to their webcam. Once this happens, the library uses three different computer vision algorithms to detect the user's face and eyes in the webcam footage. WebGazer pays special attention to the user's eyes and their features. WebGazer is accurate up to 100px Based on this data, WebGazer then trains a module that maps the position of the user's eyes with mouse movements, mouse clicks, and page scrolling to predict a general area of the screen the user might be looking at. Researchers say WebGazer has an accuracy of around 100 pixels. WebGazer can store data between different sessions using localStora...

UK Man Hacks US Brokerage Accounts for Stock Market Profit
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced on June 22 that it launched a civil lawsuit against a UK man who hacked into several brokerage accounts belonging to US and international investors. The SEC accused Idris Dayo Mustapha, 30, a resident in the UK, of hacking at least nine brokerage accounts and initiating illegal transactions on their behalf. After making these transactions, Mustapha immediately used his own account to make stock market operations against the same stocks that netted him a profit. The SEC says Mustapha made at least $68,000 profits this way and caused losses to his victims of at least $289,000. Reuters also reported independently, citing court documents, that Mustapha initia...