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Mar 12, 2013

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 3/12/2013 Tags: , , ,

Countable.js - A JavaScript Library For Live Paragraph, Word & Character Counting

Countable.js is a small JavaScript library which allows you to present the number of paragraphs, words and characters from a text area to any HTML element of your choice.

The library updates the counts in real-time and is very easy to use.  Countable.js might find application in areas where text length limiting is necessary, such as comment length, description length, etc.

Requirements: None
License: MIT License

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 3/12/2013 Tags: , , , ,

lunr.js - A JavaScript Library For Simple Full-Text Search In Your Browser

lunr.js is a JavaScript library which implements a full-text search in your browser in a simple and easy way. lunr.js is designed to be small and fast, without you needing a server-side engine to implement the search engine.

lunr.js also has inbuilt filtering of stop words, which are common words in search queries which do not affect the way pages are retrieved.

lunr.js has no external dependencies and is written using ECMA5. Hence for browsers which do not support the latest version of JavaScript, you might need to use a shim.

Requirements: None
License: MIT License

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 3/12/2013 Tags: , , , ,

SPOILER ALERT! - A jQuery Plugin Which Uses Blurs For Hiding Spoilers

SPOILER ALERT! is a jQuery plugin which uses blurs to hide spoilers from readers online. However, SPOILER ALERT!  adds some more bells and whistles to the concept by enabling you to specify maximum blurs and partial blurs.

Maximum blur is used to hide the spoilers completely from the readers. However, upon hover, the partial blurs are applied which makes the content a bit more distinguishable. Finally, clicking upon the blurred content fully reveals the hidden material.

SPOILER ALERT! can not only be used for blurring out spoiler texts, but can also be used for images. This technique for hiding spoilers is a nice change from the usual blacked out or completely hidden text we usually find on website as it keeps the flow of the content essentially the same.

Requirements: jQuery
License: MIT License


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