h5ai tries to make browsing directories on Apache servers more pleasant. More pleasant by styling it in a modern way as well as by speeding up browsing through different views, a breadcrumb and a tree overview.

Using such approaches brings h5ai closer to the look and feel of local file browsers and makes browsing files on the server straightforward even for new and unexperienced users. h5ai is provided under the terms of the CC BY-SA 3.0 License.

Published under: Menu | CC License

TameJS from the creators of OkCupid, is an extension to JavaScript, written in JavaScript, that makes event programming easier to write, read, and edit. Tame is very easy to use in Node and other V8 projects. And it can be dropped into projects where desired – no need to rewrite any existing code.

They have written hundreds of thousands of lines of purely async code at OkCupid, and their code has stayed manageable, even after 8 years of development. Note Tame is not an attempt to dumb down async programming. It’s just a cleaner way to write it. Further, your programs will likely have lower latency; with Tame it’s a lot easier to keep parallel calls parallel.

Published under: Framework | MIT License

Chosen is a javascript plug-in makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. It is currently available in both jQuery and Prototype flavors. Instead of forcing your users to scroll through a giant list of items, they can just start typing the name of the item they were looking for.

Add Chosen’s files to your app and then add the class chzn-select to your select box. Chosen automatically respects optgroups, selected state, the multiple attribute and browser tab order. You don’t need to do anything else except customize the style as you see fit.

Published under: Forms | MIT License

RandomText was created by Dale Davies mainly as a learning exercise, but also to address the need for an online tool to quickly generate dummy text. RandomText is a web application that designers and developers can use to quickly grab dummy text in either Lorem Ipsum or Gibberish format.

It is very handy and helpful when designing web sites. You can create dummy paragraphs, lists and headings easily with RandomText. You can also view the result as a plain text or HTML code.

Published under: Utilities | License Free

HTML5 Video Voting allows you to gather feedback on your videos. Voting is exquisitely simple. All you do is click on the video and use the spacebar to submit your vote, it will automatically populate the bar graph.

When you vote, it is added to that section of the videos timeline. This allows a viewer to quickly assess the most intriguing segments of the video and quickly jump to those sections by clicking on the bar graph. The player is tested in FireFox 4+, Chrome 10+, and Safari 4+ but may very well work in others.

Published under: Video | MPL License

The Wall enables to create an endless grid. You choose the number of elements, The Wall will see to the rest. Every moment you may know the position of your wall or move it where you like better by clicking or dragging it.

With The Wall you decide the position of your contents punctually. Every plug is ready to hold your contents, pictures, videos, texts, everything. With The Wall you may have an endless grid or an original draggable coda slider, if you like better.

Published under: Gallery | MIT License

Smart Validate is a jQuery credit card validation plugin, that makes credit card format validation a simple task. It ensures that user has entered valid credit card number before making actual transaction. Smart Validate supports American Express, Master Card, Visa Card, Diners Club, Discover.

Published under: Forms | License Free

LeanModal is a simple JQuery plugin for modal windows. It is built for all the short dialogs, alerts, panels and such associated with an app, that you may want to handle in a modal window. Designed to handle hidden content, and doesn’t apply any styles to the target element, other than for displaying and positioning.

Published under: Popup | License Free

Buzz is a small but powerful Javascript library that allows you to easily take advantage of the new HTML5 audio element. It degrades properly on non-modern browsers. It is written by Jay Salvat and licensed under the MIT License.

Published under: Audio | MIT License

Creating custom dropdowns is usually a tedious process that requires a ton of extra setup time. Oftentimes lacking conveniences that native dropdowns have such as keyboard navigation. DropKick removes the tedium and lets you focus on making your dropdowns look good.

DropKick also degrades gracefully: if the user has javascript disabled everything will continue as normal using your regular <select> elements. And it works on on IE7 and 8 too.

Published under: Forms | License Free