Adding Alert Bubbles for Favicon Image with Tinycon

 
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Tinycon allows the addition of alert bubbles and changing the favicon image. Tinycon gracefully falls back to a number in title approach for browers that don’t support canvas or dynamic favicons.

Alerts in the favicon allow users to pin a tab and easily see if their attention is needed. You can look up and check out the favicon on the example page to see the library in action on chrome and firefox.

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JavaScript Templating Engine by Twitter

 
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Hogan.js is a 2.5k JavaScript templating engine developed at Twitter. You can use it as a part of your asset packager to compile templates ahead of time or include it in your browser to handle dynamic templates.

Hogan.js was developed against the mustache test suite. That means you get variables, sections, lambdas, partials, filters, and everything else you’ve come to expect from mustache templating but only much, much faster.

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Generate Consistent Color Palette with Colllor

 
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With Colllor it is much easier to generate a consistent color palette with just a few clicks. You should use colors consistently, so you have a common look and feel throughout your design. All the alternative proposals produced by Colllor derive from the same color and they all have a common denominator sharing hue, lightness or saturation values.

Colllor will let you find the exact value of darker shades of any color, not just something that ‘looks darker’. That will be a huge step towards professionally looking color combinations. And also, you can use plain English or Hex color names.

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