Polyglot is a very simple string replacement i18n library I built for a personal project and thought was self contained enough to warrant it’s own repo. It’s very simple to use, and does what it does very quicly indeed.
However, it is not a full i18n solution, it does not do any kind of: date; currency; time or any other i18n functions you might expect. It does one thing and does it well. It may do those things in the future however.
I wrote a small (10 lines) and simple templating library that is dependant on ES5 compatibility in the client for a mobile web app I’m building (more on that at a later date!). You can find the source on Github. Along with the usage and testing, as always feel free to contribute!
We all love Github, but the embedded Gists aren’t great: they’re drab and lack some functionality. Pretty Gist is a jQuery plugin to make prettier and more functional embedded Github Gists. It’s super simple to use, and can easily enhance Gists already embedded on your pages by just dropping it in.
Have you ever wanted to add a slick, clean and simple jQuery powered Github widget to your site? With this one you can get it going in a couple minutes! This Github jQuery plugin displays your user info and most recent repos in a simple clean and frankly kick-ass way.
Using both serverside PHP and client-side input validation (powered by Jorn Zaefferer’s great jQuery Validation Plugin) this form is developed using ARIA accessibility standards, making it one of the most accessible and reliable contact forms available.
This simple jQuery and PHP feed loader is a dead simple and effective way of adding the contents of a news feed to any page you choose. Inserted into a page using only jQuery, it’ll allow you to keep your users up to date with whatever’s happening right now with it’s inline Ajax powered reload.