Roundup #8 – Ninja, TaffyDB, CSSFontStack, piecon, simpleWeather, Annotator, SiteCake

Roundup #8 - Ninja, TaffyDB, CSSFontStack, piecon, simpleWeather, Annotator, SiteCake


Ninja is a fully featured content authoring tool for creative professionals who need to deploy HTML5 web applications for desktop or mobile, and want to create content in a visual way.

Ninja – An authoring tool for HTML5 content and apps


How you ever noticed how JavaScript object literals look a lot like records? And that if you wrap a group of them up in an array you have something that looks a lot like a database table? TaffyDB is a libary to bring powerful database funtionality to that concept and rapidly improve the way you work with data inside of JavaScript.

Bringing Database Features into JavaScript Applications


CSSFontStack is a simple, one-page website which lists all the web-safe fonts. The website also allows us to copy the font-family CSS property for each font with a click.

A Complete List Of Web-Safe CSS Font Stacks


A tiny JavaScript library for dynamically generating progress pie charts in your favicons.

piecon – A library for generating favicon progress pie charts


A simple jQuery plugin to display the weather information for any location. The data is pulled from the public Yahoo! Weather feed via the YQL API.

Get Any Weather Information With jQuery: simpleWeather


The Annotator is an open-source JavaScript library and tool that can be added to any webpage to make it annotatable.

Annotations can have comments, tags, users and more. Morever, the Annotator is designed for easy extensibility so its a cinch to add a new feature or behaviour.

Annotator – An annotation JavaScript library


If you are looking for a simpler alternative or don’t prefer to empower your customers with so many features, SiteCake is a very good option.

SiteCake is an open source PHP CMS application which allows site admin to edit a website while browsing it.

SiteCake – Simple-Yet-Beautiful And Open Source CMS For Small Websites

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