Dygraphs: Visualization Library In JavaScript

Dygraphs is an open source JavaScript library that you can use to create interactive, zoomable charts of time series, capable of displaying huge data sets and enabling users to explore and analyse them. Check out the examples at the link, along with sample code to get you started. Looks dead simple to use. Dygraphs sends […]

Javascript Carousel Widget

iCarousel is an open source JavaScript tool for creating carousel like widgets.  Based on the MooTools JS library, iCarousel is a nice widget with lots of possibility for customization.  We are starting to see a lot of these interesting widgets for various types of functionality that are geared towards applications like photography and e-commerce and […]

Speed Up JavaScript Object Detection

Dean Edwards has a great JavaScript tip that will show you how to Speed Up Object Detection.  New theory must be an outstanding tip if it’s the very first on a supposedly recurring series! This is valuable because of all the irregularities that one finds even today in browsers (and not only Internet Explorer), which […]

JavaScript Lightbox

Lightbox JS is a nifty unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page. It’s a simple to setup and works on all modern browsers. So simple in fact, all you need to do is add a rel=”lightbox” attribute to the anchor tag that surrounds the img element and the effect is added […]

Custom JavaScript Alert Dialog

Tired of the default alert dialog that your web browser displays? Custom Alert is a demonstration of how to over-ride the default window.alert method of a browser and will allow you to create alert messages that fit in with the overall style of your web application. The author has posted a disclaimer to the effect […]