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I suggest the following chrome extension for your requirement.Hope this what you are looking for :) JS Runtime Inspector As per the description this extension allows developers to search java-script objects in run-time by their name or value. And allows developers to explore javascript objects graph in memory. You can search objects by property names or ...


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slick is a jQuery responsive touch carousel. Features Fully responsive. Scales with its container. Separate settings per breakpoint Uses CSS3 when available. Fully functional when not. Swipe enabled. Or disabled, if you prefer. Desktop mouse dragging Infinite looping. Fully accessible with arrow key navigation Add, remove, filter & unfilter slides ...


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I would check out Pixie - Image Editor. Pixie is a photo editing & manipulation application. It is perfect for integration into other projects or personal and other use. Unlike other similar products it is built with html5 and javascript and not outdated technologies like flash. This makes Pixie future-proof, allows for much better performance and cross-...


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Stackoverflow uses an in-house tool, but you can try the libraries below. google-diff-match-patch jQuery.PrettyTextDiff is actually a jQuery wrapper for this. The Diff Match and Patch libraries offer robust algorithms to perform the operations required for synchronizing plain text. Not sure if it's close enough but it does highlight differences, though ...


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You can use on of these libraries: Draw2d works across devices and browsers (check the example section) GoJs here you can see a little comparative about some drawing libraries I recommend you read about the differences and scope of the libraries so you can choose the best for your application.


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You can take a look at Bootstrap DateTime Picker plugin and it's good, you can pick dates, you can pick time accordingly. You can also disable time functionality if not required. Demo Some screenshots of the UI and functionality Only Date Date/Time Bad Part : Project isn't currently maintained.


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Have you done any research? I too would like an answer to this. I have, as yet, found no library, but the following have helped me greatly: W3C Schools have a simple working demo, with documentation Tutorial Point's documentation Mozilla's Drag & Drop documentation A good tutorial You ought to be ok, since you just want predefined shapes, so it will be ...


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I would recommend one of two options Either Visual Studio Code by Microsoft. Pros: Extremely lightweight and speedy. Microsoft's quality intellisence Highly extensible via ... extensions. Has built in developer tools console where live execution of javascript is possible. Can be linked directly to the browser via LiveReload or built in developer tools. ...


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Essential Schedule for JavaScript is an option if your client qualifies for the community license. The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue). Note: I work for Syncfusion.


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Essential Chart for JavaScript supports creating this kind of chart and zooming can be applied to achieve your requirement. Example The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue). I work for Syncfusion.


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Formvalidation.io is quite good. And if the project gets commercial it won't be too expensive to use it. But anyway, I would like to provide you an good openSource alternative. You can try to use jqBootstrapValidation too. It's free of charge and can be downloaded on GitHub. It's published under MIT, you need to be sure that this license matches your ...


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Syncfusion Range Navigator allows for creating bar charts with selectors. There is a free community license available. Note: I work for Syncfusion.


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It's not really meant as an editor, but your web browser can probably do this job well. Most web browsers allow you access to the JS console, so you can simply do your HTML editing there: I'll use Chrome as an example. Say you have your file (index.html): <!DOCTYPE HTML> <html> <head> ... </head> <body> <div class="...


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Found angular-ui-tree. That's close to doing what I want with a customisation.


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The alternative option is by using my simple Rich Text Editor. https://github.com/tovic/rich-text-editor And as you were asked, it was designed to be used in a public text editor such as comment form and/or Q/A form in a forum.


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If you do your own website hosting, how about coppermine? http://coppermine-gallery.net/ I initially used it over a decade ago, and it's still very well supported and has lots of new innovations. It creates the thumbnails automatically, and lets you have a large variety of different folders and permissions for galleries. The gallery is very extensible, ...


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Sublime Text 3 with the SFTP plugin works great. Sublime is a one-time fee to register (US$70, which you really should do if you're using it commercially) as is SFTP, although you can use it for as long as you want with all the features (I think) without paying, although again, if you're using it commercially, I'd pay for it (US$30). You'll need to install ...


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I'm not sure if it meets all your requirements, but Select2 may be worth investigating.


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OK so I did have a go coding this myself. https://github.com/Antony74/TransportManager/blob/master/sys/server/GenerateProxyApiSourceCode.js This takes my core API (which consists of the functions 'selectSql', 'getIndices' and 'updateDatabase') and generates a proxy API from it (see below), which is written to a file and served up just like a static .js ...


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My suggestion is that you should learn Angular , as my personal opinion Angular is a framework that help you to maintain your code clear. It's a tool that makes the common task easier and quickly. Also you can use both in your project.


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Essential Diagram for JavaScript supports dragging and dropping elements from a palette. You can try this out in the online sample sample. The whole product is available for free through the community license. Note: I work for Syncfusion


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May I suggest my own written script "Lean and Mean drag&drop" Reverting and cloning are easy to implement. When combined, the cloned item will revert to its first position. https://supraniti.github.io/Lean-Mean-Drag-and-Drop/


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It really depends of what kind of element you want to drag & drop, but I would suggest to go for a plain HTML5 D&D implementation. For basic D&D of DOM elements it's widely supported. For things such files/folders only modern browsers do support. Here's a tutorial complete with all the various events to listen: http://www.html5rocks.com/en/...


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You can do this with ajaxForm easily: <form id="uploadform"> <input type="file" id="fileupload" name="fileupload" /> <input type="submit" value="Upload!" /> </form> Then in your javascript just do this: $("#uploadform").ajaxForm(); If you want to do something when then upload is done, you can just give it a callback(for ...


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After some fiddling, turns out bootstrap can do this out of the box: <div class="dropdown"> <a class="dropdown-toggle btn btn-primary" href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Example <strong class="caret"></strong></a> <div class="dropdown-menu" style="padding: 10px;"> HTML code here </div> </div> ...


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I couldn't find such plugin, so I wrote my own jquery-style. After I finished writing the plugin I wanted to name it jQuery StyleSheet, but it turns out there was already a plugin under that name and said plugin does exactly what I wanted... Anyway the other jQuery StyleSheet plugin can be found at jQuery Repository and GitHub. The author of jQuery ...


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While looking at and researching Sri's recommendation, I also came across the jQuery recurrenceinput widget. It looks like http://jquer.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/recurrence-input.jpg Thought I'd add it incase anyone is looking for an alternative.


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There seem to be quite a few. How does this one look? It's called jQuery Sidebar and is by sideroad: website: http://sideroad.secret.jp/plugins/jQuerySideBar/ github: https://github.com/sideroad/jquery.sidebar And here is a list of more if that doesn't work. http://www.sitepoint.com/10-jquery-sliding-sidebar-panel-plugins/


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Jquery Mutate is a plugin that should work. It's a bit more general purpose and fires events whenever the selection is mutated in any way. If that doesn't work, this SO question might be able to help. Lots of useful answers there.


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It's not a complete solution but rather some possible building blocks. Take a look at the jQuery UI widgets. Draggable might do what you want. Take a look at the visual feedback demo. Droppable might also work. Or use both (pretty sure you can).


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