Bootstrap 3.0 is finally released in the wild. It’s a sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development. Nearly everything has been redesigned and rebuilt to start from your handheld devices and scale up. With four tiers of grid classes—phones, tablets, desktops, and large desktops, you can do some super crazy awesome layouts. The Customizer has been redesigned, is now compiled in the browser instead of Heroku, has better dependency support, and even has built-in error handling. Better yet, they now save your customizations to an anonymous Gist for easy reuse, sharing, and modifications.
Countable takes the value from an HTML element and counts paragraphs, words and characters (without and with spaces). Those numbers are then returned in an object, accessible by a single parameter in the callback function. Countable has been tested in Chrome (latest), Safari (latest), Firefox (latest), Opera (latest) and Internet Explorer (7+). It is built to support both newer and older browsers.
HTML_CodeSniffer will provide a list of known and potential violations to the calling script. It also comes with a pop-up auditor interface, accessible via a bookmarklet, letting you browse through messages emitted from one of the defined standards. Where possible, the auditor also points you to the HTML element causing the problem. HTML_CodeSniffer is released under a BSD-style licence.
The file size is small with extremely fast queries. It supports database features such as count, update, and insert. It is robust with cross browser support. It is compatible with any DOM library (jQuery, YUI, Dojo, etc).
There is a third argument you can use to specify the type of event to listen for. It can be keypress, keydown or keyup. Any keys separated by a space will be considered a sequence. If you type each key in order the final one in the sequence will trigger the callback. Mousetrap has been tested and should work in Internet Explorer 6+, Safari, Firefox, Chrome.
You can view and edit your data in clean grid interface. You can also bulk update or clean your data using an easy scripting UI. Recline.js is freely redistributable under the terms of the MIT license.
Also, it is non-destructive to the DOM, so it can safely be included in third party libraries without fear of side effects.