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Smallworld.js - Small utility for generating map

Smallworld.js - Small utility for generating map

smallworld.js is a utility for generating map overviews using GeoJSON and HTML Canvas. It was created out of a need to render simple map previews, quickly and efficiently, without strict Terms of Use and without heavy client libraries. ...

Gridscrolling.js

Gridscrolling.js

gridscrolling.js is a layout for HTML5 articles, positioning sections and asides in a grid, allowing easy navigation with cursor keys. ...

Storymap - Create a map that follows your text

Storymap - Create a map that follows your text

Storymap is a jQuery-plugin to create a map that follows your text. Annotate each paragraph and place a map alongside it. Then you can zoom/pan/add marker etc to the map as the reader reads through the text. ...

emloSlightbox - Super Lightbox with slices

emloSlightbox - Super Lightbox with slices

emloSlightBox is super Lightbox with slices and a lot of configuration. It's an improved version of the popular Lightbox. It can effectively open images, HTML content, maps, movies and even more. ...

ClassyLightbox - Fun images, fun lightbox

ClassyLightbox - Fun images, fun lightbox

ClassyLightbox is a plugin that can be used for displaying images, HTML content, maps, and videos in a lightbox style that floats as an overlay on the web page. ...

Google maps v3 for jQuery and jQuery Mobile

Google maps v3 for jQuery and jQuery Mobile

The Google Map version 3 plugin for jQuery and jQM takes away some of the head aches from working with the Google Map API. Instead of having to use Google event listeners for simple events like click. ...

KeyDragZoom

KeyDragZoom

This class allows a user to zoom in to an area on the map by holding down a hot key (e.g. Shift) while dragging a box around the area. Version 2.0 adds an optional visual control for turning zoom mode on and off. ...

ExtDraggable Object

ExtDraggable Object

This class sets up a DOM object to be draggable around the screen. Such as the ability to restrict the object to vertical or horizontal only movement, move the object by a certain increment, or return the object to its original position. ...

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