links for 2010-10-04

  • jsTerm is an ANSI capable HTML5 Telnet terminal emulator based off Flashterm and written by Peter Nitsch. It is built using the Canvas API for graphics rendering and the WebSocket API to connect (over port 8000) to a proxy Node.js telnet server. Source code is up on github.
  • The goal of this project is to rely on declarative W3C standards (namely, SMIL/Timing and SMIL/Timesheets) to synchronize HTML content. These demos rely purely on our Timesheet Scheduler: 100% declarative and standard-based, no specific JavaScript code is used.
  • Welcome to Timesheets JavaScript Engine web page. Timesheets is the new SMIL 3.0 External Timing module, which allows the integration of SMIL timing with other XML languages such as XHTML and SVG. Timesheets is based on the SMIL time containers par, seq, and excl.

    In addition, timesheets introduces two elements timesheet and item. The timesheet element contains all the timing information. It can be located, for example, in the head section of XHTML document. It can also reference timing information, which is located in an external file. The item element contains references to the timed elements, for example, in XHTML body sections. The timed elements are selected using CSS selectors.

  • The goal of this project is to rely on declarative W3C standards (namely, SMIL/Timing and SMIL/Timesheets) to synchronize HTML content. These demos rely purely on our Timesheet Scheduler: 100% declarative and standard-based, no specific JavaScript code is used.
  • Pure CSS Progress Bar