When you need to debug, experiment with, and share short code snippets, sandboxing tools are immensely useful. Here are some of the best free code sandboxing tools for testing, debugging and/or sharing your code.
The purpose of this page is to establish a concise and consistent approach to secure application development of Mozilla web applications and web services. The information provided here will be focused towards web based applications; however, the concepts can be universally applied to applications to implement sound security controls and design.
Reveal is awesome because it's easy to implement, is cross-browser compatible with modern browsers (with some graceful degradation of course) and lightweight coming in at only 1.75KB. What that means for you is that it's fast, sexy and just works
A simple and lightweight jQuery plugin for creating single page Web sites. All you do is create a DIV to hold page contents, call the 'pagify' function, then use hash-based links within your pages.
Loads a webpage's images once they are within the user's viewport.This is a working cross-browser lazy load jQuery plugin. Other lazy load plugins have been less than effective because some major browsers load all of the images on a page when the DOM loads. The Lazy Karl plugin works around this issue with a less than perfect approach, but none the less a functional one
Uses CSS3 to render the UI, falling back to VML Internet Explorer. If supported by the browser, @keyframe rules are used to animate the spinner. There are no images and external CSS for Spin.js. It is highly configurable, and works in all major browsers, including IE6. It is smaller than an animated GIF (2.8K minified, 1.7K gzipped)
Provides a framework for beginning to build a plugin, by providing a wrapper, the structure, and your own provided defaults. Generates your own custom jquery plugin boilerplate, if you will. Definitely worth a look.