C3 wraps around D3 to provide easy reusable charts without writing D3 code.
Back in the 80s and early 90s, animated graphics were mostly very low-res. Computers and graphics cards just didn’t have the oomph needed to animate hi-resolution pictures with lots of colors, and they could only display 256 different colors on the screen simultaneously, indexed from a larger palette of available colors. But clever programmers realized that by modifying the index table, a sort of poor-man’s animation could be achieved. Some took this to a whole new level, creating motion and atmospheric effects that were quite impressive.
Polyfills and webcomponent support across browers.
I don’t do much Perl any more, but this web development framework could be useful for those that do.
Questioning the use of monospace fonts for programming.
A resource import model with dependency management and de-duping for HTML5. Once browser support is widespread enough, this will move even more of web application development from the server to the browser.
Pointers to many data visualization resources.
Modular open source browser, with Chromium rendering layer, built on node.js, customizable with html/css/js.