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Apr
01
2008
18:06

DynarchLIB release

I finally released probably the biggest projects that I've independently worked on.  DynarchLIB is a fully-fledged user interface toolkit for development of Web applications.  It contains a rich set of widgets, a consistent object/event system, browser-server communication helpers, various JavaScript extensions, etc.  Worths checking it out. ;-)

Also see the Dynarch online chess, currently the first public application based on this toolkit.

PS: the administration frontend of this very site is based on DynarchLIB as well. ;-)

Jun
06
2007
11:28

JavaScript Syntax Highlighting Engine

This is a tool that I needed for some of my internal projects.  It's an extensive syntax highlighting engine written in JavaScript.  Currently supported languages are: JavaScript, CSS, XML and HTML.  It's possible to add more languages, I'll do this in the future.

Go to project page.

Feb
04
2007
13:29

A stupid CSS exercise

By accident I found that it's possible to do some stupid “animation” using CSS only. The whole idea is to move an element away from the mouse when it's hover. When it moves away, it'll instantly lose the "hover" state and come back, being hovered again (and repeat...).

Here's the crazy demo. Be aware that it's totally useless and consumes lots of CPU ticks. :-)

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