Posts Tagged ‘Dock Menu’

Weekly Link Roundup – 1

Links published on April 13, 2009:

101 Essential Resources For Freelancers

This article contains:

  • Must Read Articles For Freelancers
  • Blogs Freelancers Should Subscribe To
  • Forums For Freelancers
  • Where To Find Freelancing Gigs
  • Useful Tools For Freelancers
  • Freelancer Survey Results

Interesting Web Development Related Resources

This article contains resources on JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, ASP.NET AJAX etc.

10 Creative & Rich UI & How to Create Them

10 creative & rich UI in modern day websites and how you can create similar interfaces using the techniques mentioned in this post.

jQuery UI provides a comprehensive set of core interaction plugins, UI widgets and visual effects that use a jQuery-style, event-driven architecture and a focus on web standards, accessibility, flexible styling, and user-friendly design. All plugins are tested for compatibility in IE 6.0+, FF 2+, Safari 3.1+, Opera 9.0+, and Google Chrome.

CSS Dock Menu ala KDE

See it to believe it. It has quite amazing resemblance to the KDE environment or Apple Macintosh like UI.

Simple Round CSS Links ( Wii Buttons ): Quite a nice way to embellish your buttons or links through CSS. Give it a try.

Nice Bubble Tooltips written with JavaScript. The balloon like feature is attractive.

Programmer Competency Matrix: Very interesting way to calculate capability index for your fellow developers or yourself as a matter of writing!

20 Things Programmers Say When Something Is Not Working

This is a very funny yet a true representation of events during software development life-cycle.

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