Canvas Turtle is an object that interprets and renders graphic commands in a Canvas. It provides an API for rendering basic drawing primitives in 2D and includes commands that define the position of the graphics to be rendered, conditionals, loops, and so on. Commands are supplied as text strings with a simple syntax.
Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It has powerful theme and extension engines, so you can personalize it however you want. The code is well-documented, and it has a very strong structure that's loosely based on the MVC design pattern. Chyrp allows importation from several different blogging engines and uses a system called "feathers", which are basically templates for custom posts.
Event.js handles events in a browser-independent manner. It can add or remove callback functions which are called when an event happens on a given page element. It can also stop propagating a given event from inside an event handler, and prevent a page element event from being handled by the default handler.
Glint effect is a standalone script or jQuery plugin to create a glint light effect on HTML page elements. It creates a canvas object to render a glint light image effect that is going to be displayed on top of a given HTML Web page element. The object periodically changes the position of the glint image to give the sensation of a light being moved over the target page element. The glint image can be animated horizontally or vertically. The animation speed and the glint image color and angle are configurable parameters.
Isoworld can render 3D isometric cubes from three page elements. It takes the identifiers of three page elements and adjusts their CSS transform properties so they form the faces of a cube which appears in the page with the 3D isometric perspective. It can also use a fourth element to be displayed as the shadow of the cube on top of another element which appears as the ground.
Palmoto Bee is an application that injects Google Drive forms into any Web page using CORS (Cross Domain Scripting). The form and accompanying tools can be used to capture data from the host Web page such as text, HTML, image URLs, document metadata, etc. When submitted, the data is collected and stored on Google Drive along with your other documents. It is a useful tool for doing research such as academic referencing, Web page analysis, searching for a new job, or looking for a best buy - the application can help you capture the interesting bits when and as you find them on the Web.