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28 July 2015
Kodama is a D3-based tooltip system designed to be simple, fast and small with a fluent API. Tooltips are evaluated in a lazy fashion, allowing thousands to potentially coexist (virtually) in the same context without suffering a performance hit. It can be used across an entire site for consistency, but integrates canonically with D3’s API. If using jQuery in addition to D3, you can include a tiny plugin to add tooltips to any jQuery selection.
This post explains how to avoid some jQuery issues that may trip out begginers: posting forms, jquery + coffeescript , jquery + turbolinks.
A well documented plugin, complete with demos. This could provide developers heavy into jQuery with an easy way to get on the data binding train without using another framework.
Billed as the ‘iOS Fail-Safe Editions’ due to solely fixing a rare iOS 8.2 and 8.3 bug.
With built-in Cloudinary-based image upload support. Uses CodeMirror behind the scenes.
Lots of interesting tidbits and bits of history in here. Click on the highlighted pieces of code to bring up the annotation.
A fork of Stripe’s jQuery.payment plugin built to be consumed on more platforms with no jQuery requirement.