Very cool jQuery plugin which predicts the user’s mouse movement and can trigger an event ahead of time (think menu movement, for example).
We use this on the new NACHI.ORG and it’s working really really well:
Definitely looks promising. I love the way it tracks changes and shows you exactly what you did before you save/discard. Also, the whole “planned releases” feature is really well done.
prismic.io is a web software you can use to build and manage any kind of website or app. API-driven, it is the easiest way to integrate your content with no technology or design constraint. It is also the easiest way for content writers to edit, preview and plan updates.
I have to say, I quite like the Windows Mobile/Windows 8 UI style. WinJS is Microsoft’s framework for providing a Windows-like interface via Web technology. They just released it under an Apache license and have published a timeline to cross-platform compatibility. I’m definitely keeping my eye on this project.
If you have to support Internet Explorer 8 (or, gasp!, even earlier versions of IE) in a modern website design, you’ll probably run into issues with media queries (especially if you’re using a mobile-first approach). One option is to use Respond.js, but in my experience this can lead to a significant performance hit and cross-domain issues (if you’re using a CDN for assets, for example). I recently discovered an alternate approach which in my opinion is much cleaner and simpler (especially if you’re already using Grunt as part of your build process).
This is a really interesting project to managing WordPress install “states” — transferrable configurations — from the command line. I haven’t tried it yet, but it certainly looks promising.
Dictator controls the State of WordPress
Promising-looking tool to build/document/test an API: API Blueprint
This is an interesting alternative to Google Analytics: Open Web Analytics
Wow, this looks really promising:
Regular expression tool with syntax highlighting, contextual help, video tutorial, reference, and searchable community patterns.