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DOM Core

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php-object

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An oriented object framework based on PHP 4 (upcoming 5) for easier development. This framework is inspired from VB.NET Model Object, and deploy many tools for accelerate website creation. Actually there is no implementation in PHP 5 but it's portable on it and a version will be developped. ... [More] The primary type are also implemented to allow user to code intuitively, as for example : $my_string->Substring(0, 2); $my_string->Replace(",", "."); ... And many others. PHP-object is a new way for coding in PHP and you can also find many example and working method on our website. See documentation, examples, f.a.q., community and resources on http://www.php-object.net [Less]

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xmldoc-php

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XML parsing library for the PHP language. Allows the user to parse XML documents into a DOM-like element tree, traverse and manipulate the element tree, and re-output the modified XML document.

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This projects aims to deliver a JavaScript implementation of SVG 1.1 to fill this technology gap in Internet Explorer browser.

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as3cannonball

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UpdateI'm breaking the CSS engine off of this beast and organizing it as a separate project. This will allow me to focus on documentation, examples, and tests for the most viable part of this silly idea and actually, just maybe, get something useful out there. As for the rest of it, let's just say ... [More] it was never meant to be. The CSS engine has seen a lot of progress, including full shorthand property support, HSL/RGB color handling, selector improvements, @import loading, and bug fixes. I'll get something put up on a separate project page within the next couple of weeks. If anybody has use for any of this stuff, please contact me and let me know (john at newgonzo dot com). Just telling me a little about your project can be a huge motivator. Cannonball is an implementation of the DOM Level 3, HTML and CSS3 core specifications written in ActionScript 3.0. Cannonball as a whole is not functional, but some of its components are usable as separate libraries: CSS: The CSS engine in com.newgonzo.cannonball.css.* Scripting: JavaScript/ActionScript/ECMAScript scripting support with as3scriptinglib DOM: The DOM implementation in com.newgonzo.cannonball.dom.* (needs work) The CSS package is the most complete and provides: support for many of the CSS3 selectors, based on The Simple API for CSS an API for exposing any object as a CSS-selectable node style cascading with respect to document origin, selector specificity, and declaration priority (!imporant) You can explore the CSS selector engine here. The JavaScript engine is provided by an API for using the ECMAScript compiler from the Tamarin project in Flash. It's hosted at as3scriptinglib. A proof-of-concept for using !HTMLTidy in Flash (via Alchemy) has been posted at the as3htmltidylib project page. It's fat and slow. This project is under active (slow) development. Interested in contributing? Contact me at john at newgonzo dot com. This project is incomplete and has very little documentation. Proceed at your own risk. [Less]

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web-api-examples

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JavaScript and DOM manipulation using APIs from popular web services. This is code I used when learning or exploring an API, and it might be useful to another person who is also learning. Additionally, this code could be improved, as cross-browser testing, keyboard handling, error conditions, or ... [More] automated testing were intentionally kept to a minimum. [Less]

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golfdom

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golfdom is a DOM implementation and browser environment written in JavaScript. It aims to be compatible with Mozilla's Gecko, and to support popular JavaScript libraries like jQuery and Prototype for use server-side or anywhere else a DOM is required but a browser is unavailable. golfdom is close ... [More] to basic functionality and can run Prototype 1.6 with some modifications to the Prototype source. Statusgolfdom is unfortunately nowhere near completion. Some of the things it's lacking: event handler support lots of other stuff DevelopmentI've been testing golfdom with SEE, a fantastic JavaScript interpreter library. SEE comes packaged with an interpreter that can be used to develop and run golfdom. How to UseGet a JavaScript interpreter like SEE (C), Rhino (Java) or SpiderMonkey (C). Change the println() statements in document.js to the native output function of the interpreter you're using. In see-shell, the one packaged with libSEE, it's print(). Put together a simple test script that includes document.js and element.js, and use document.render() to print your browser-less DOM tree. Simple Exampledocument = new Document(); document.title = "golfdom is Awesome"; p1 = document.createElement("p"); p1.innerHTML = "this is the first paragraph."; p1.id = "first_paragraph"; document.body.appendChild(p1); p2 = document.createElement("p"); p2.innerHTML = "this is the second paragraph"; document.body.appendChild(p2); if(document.getElementById("first_paragraph")) { p2.innerHTML = "I found an element id using the dom interface."; }else{ p2.innerHTML = "I didn't find an element id using the dom interface."; } document.render(); [Less]

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jproton

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jProtonjProton é um Framework JavaScript desenvolvido para auxiliar o aprendizado e a criação de aplicações web dinâmicas, inspirado nos frameworks jQuery, Ext, Prototype, Mootools, e artigos e códigos de Peter Paul Koch, Dean Edwards, Douglas Crockford, e David Flanagan (Do livro "JavaScript – The ... [More] Definitive Guide - 5th Edition"). DocumentaçãoA documentação do framework está disponível em: http://docs.jproton.com.br ContatoQuem entrar em contato conosco? Tem dúvidas ou sugestões? Gostaria de participar do projeto? Não hesite, escreva em nosso site ou em nossa lista de discussão. Histórico26/03/2008 - Disponibilização da versão alfa jProton.0.3.0a. [Less]

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domjs

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domjs is a small, lightweight JavaScript class to make adding new nodes to the dom simple. This class uses the Prototype JavaScript library and supports method chaining to assist in creating these elements. Old Code: input = document.createElement( 'input' ); input.setAttribute( 'type' ... [More] , 'hidden' ); input.setAttribute( 'id', 'selected' + id ); input.setAttribute( 'name', 'selected_tag[]' ); input.setAttribute( 'value', 'xyz' ); form.appendChild ( input ); New Code: new DOMElement( 'input' ). attribute( 'type', 'hidden' ). attribute( 'id', 'selected' + id ). attribute( 'name', 'selected_tag[]' ). attribute( 'value', 'xyz' ). attach( form ); [Less]

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Emle - Electronic Math Lab Equipment

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Emle - Electronic Mathematics Laboratory Equipment has the mathematics equivalent of physical science lab equipment. HTML, XML, Javascript, XSLT. Works in Firefox.

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