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Category: JavaScript


Since I remember every JS programmer I know uses jQuery. It was my frolic to try MooTools few years ago. I really loved it, and since first use it’s my library of choice. Since I use jQuery a lot, for the team-work sake, let me briefly explain why and when, in my opinion, MooTools is better.

If you are looking for technical differences I advise you to read this great article/page: I am just going to show difference in attitudes and it’s outcomes.

CKEditor’s file manager and deleting files

FCKEditor's file manager with deleting filesFCKEditor is retired, but still widely used in many web applications. One of its great features is file manager that can be both invoked from editor or be used by itself. One of most painful limitations that this built-in file manager has is inability to delete files. But, as it turned out, it’s not a hard task to implement this functionality on Your own. In this post I’ll demonstrate how to do it in application(client-part is applicable for any other server-side framework).


Form my first real post I want to present a screen casts of web applications that I’ve made for my master’s thesis. The system is called JSImpress(stands form JavaScript Image Presenatation System), I’ve focused mostly on interface, witch is completely JavaScript-based, inspired by Photoshop’s interface. Generally it was an attempt to achieve PS-like user experience in web standards based application(no canvas element used).

What JSImpress does? It lets you create and publish a document presenting images-based content in a new, interactive way. For example it can be used to show phases of image painting process, end-user(viewer) can easily see how scratch has been filled up witch colors and then details, focusing on particular area of interest. See for yourself.

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