Do You Know When You Are Looping in jQuery?
Remember those cards from the bottom of the Cracker Jack box – the ones that changed images as they were tilted? Well, lenticular.js brings that interaction to the iPhone. It can be used for fancy-pants product views or just to slather some whimsy onto a boring.jpg.
Through a process known as Eval-Rinse-Reload-And-Repeat, FuckItJS repeatedly compiles your code, detecting errors and slicing those lines out of the script. To survive such a violent process, FuckItJS reloads itself after each iteration, allowing the onerror handler to catch every single error in your terribly written code.
A small library for manipulating the favicon
Tinycon allows the addition of alert bubbles and changing the favicon image. Tinycon gracefully falls back to a number in title approach for browsers that don’t support canvas or dynamic favicons.
Alerts in the favicon allow users to pin a tab and easily see if their attention is needed.