Hovercard is a free light weight jQuery plugin that enables you to display related information with the hovered label, link, or any html element of your choice. It comes with built in Twitter and Facebook hovercard.

A hovercard comes handy when displaying Person bio, Book author and price, Loading related information with Ajax and Editing in place. You may also add your own custom data source and display the profile data using existing card format. It supports callback functions on hover in and hover out.

Published under: Tooltips | License Free

After more than six million performed tests, Pingdom has just released version 2.0 of the Full Page Test. This new Full Page Test is still completely free to use. It still helps you profile your website’s performance. But now it’s even better.

The whole point of Full Page Test tool is to help you analyze the load speed of your websites and learn how to make them faster. With the help of this tool you can identify what about a web page is fast, slow, too big, what best practices you’re not following, and so on.

In short, it’s a free, easy-to-use tool to help webmasters and web developers everywhere optimize the performance of their websites.

Published under: Utilities | License Free

Would you like to create a template with a fullscreen grid of images and content areas? The idea is to have a Draggable Image Boxes Grid that shows boxes of thumbnails and menu like items. Once clicked, the thumbnail will expand to the full size image and the menu item box will expand to a fullscreen content area.

The main idea for this template and its effects comes from the beautiful Flash-based website of Stephen Hamilton. To make the grid draggable, they used jQuery.kinetic by Dave Taylor. The jQuery plugin allows smooth drag scrolling and it’s just what we need in our grid.

Published under: Gallery | License Free

Kippt is a new and elegant way to bookmark and save notes. Kippt makes it easy to save, organize, search and read information you find on the web.

Found something awesome? You can add it to your Inbox or Read Later list and deal with it later. Organize the best stuff in to lists. You can also drag & drop links to lists. No tags, just search. Read long articles in the reader mode. There are also browser extensions to make it even easier.

Published under: Utilities | License Free

Tutorialzine has written a great tutorial: Create an iOS-like Home Screen using CoffeeScript. CoffeeScript is a neat programming language meant to enhance the good parts of JavaScript, while working around the not so good. It makes OOP easy and introduces a number of useful additions such as comprehensions, new syntax for functions and scope handling, along with numerous small improvements.

But don’t fall pray to the hype surrounding it just yet – CoffeeScript isn’t going to replace JavaScript any time soon, as it sacrifices some of the agility that JS provides in attempt to make development easier. The CS way might not be the best fit for your project.

Published under: Menu | License Free

jTicker takes an elements’ children and displays them one by one, in sequence, writing their text ‘ticker tape’ style. It is smart enough to ticker text from an element heirarchy, inserting elements back into the DOM tree as it needs them. That means almost any content can be ‘tickered’.

jTicker handles any number of alternating cursors (or just one). jTicker’s cursor container is styleable using the class .cursor, or can be defined as your own jQuery object. jTicker reacts to jQuery events “play”, “stop” and “control”.

Published under: Fonts | License Free

Have you ever thought of combine your Twitter, Digg, Facebook and Delicious counters into one single counter? The Share Counter can be fully customized by CSS. It loads pretty fast with only 2kb. It’s easy to use, you simply add or rename the classes of the link to be shared and the element that will hold the counts.

You may use the Share Counter in non-commercial and commercial projects. It may also be included in other software, themes and templates intended for sale or distribution.

Published under: Stats | License Free

Seth Nickerson has designed a set of amazing patterns, called Pattern Kit. There are six variations he made from the base tile, but you can also roll your own. Those patterns are free to use for whatever you want. I think they will be really useful for some pretty classy web designs.

Published under: Patterns | License Free

William Malone has written a great tutorial: Create a Drawing App with HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript, that will take you step by step through the development of a simple web drawing application using HTML5 canvas and JavaScript.

The aim of the article is to explore the process of creating a simple app. You will be able to learn how to draw dynamically on HTML5 canvas, the future possiblities of HTML5 canvas, and the current browser compatibility of HTML5 canvas along the way. You can also download the HTML5 Canvas Drawing App in .zip format.

Published under: Information | License Free

At Browserling, they are huge open-source fans and they have open-sourced 90 node.js modules! All written from scratch. You will find the complete list of all the modules together with their brief descriptions.

They have also published all the modules on GitHub, so that you can keep track of them easily. All of them are greatly documented so just click the ones you’re interested in to read more and see examples.

Published under: Code | License Free