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  • Lungo Lungo

    Lungo is a cross-device framework. For designers who want do design, build and share cr...

  • Alertify.js Alertify.js

    SLICK! A very, very nice looking javascript notification system. Includes support for m...

  • Head.js Head.js

    Load scripts and stylesheets on demand. Achieve responsive design with CSS that targets...

  • Live.js Live.js

    Live.js makes sure you're always looking at the latest version of the page you're worki...

  • Anima.js Anima.js

    Anima gives you the ability to use delays and durations normally, even for pure CSS ani...

  • Shifty Shifty

    Shifty is a tweening engine built in JavaScript. It is designed to fit any number of t...

  • Imageloader.js Imageloader.js

    A jquery plugin for preloading images.

  • Stapel.js Stapel.js

    This experimental jQuery plugin allows the automatic grouping of thumbnails using a pil...

  • Lazy Loading with RequireJS Lazy Loading with RequireJS

    Everyone knows performance is important. Lazy loading seems difficult, but is actually ...

  • Blueberry Blueberry

    Blueberry is an experimental opensource jQuery image slider plugin which has been writt...

  • Responsable Responsable

    Responsable uses the power of less and sass to bring you a perfect responsive framework.

  • Node.js Style Guide Node.js Style Guide

    There is no official document that governs the style of node.js applications. This guid...

  • Screenr Screenr

    Screenr’s web-based screen recorder makes it a breeze to create and share your screenca...

  • Time Ago Time Ago

    Timeago is a jQuery plugin that makes it easy to support automatically updating fuzzy t...

  • Popcorn.js Popcorn.js

    Popcorn.js is an HTML5 media framework written in JavaScript for filmmakers, web develo...

  • Emblem.js Emblem.js

    A concise, beautiful, and fully compatible templating alternative for Handlebars.js

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

Tools are websites, apps or services used -on- your project (indirectly), to aid the process.

Examples: A color scheme generator, email marketing software, usability heat maps, css3 code generators, a downloadable png compressor.

Assets are downloadable files used -in- your projects, usually as code, textures, or images.

Examples: a jquery sticky menu, photoshop brushes, background textures, mvc frameworks, twitter bootstrap, 960 grid system.