I'm so happy about my last project: Final Tiles Gallery! It's a jQuery plugin and, in my opinion, it's the final answer for all developers and web designer looking for a responsive tiled image gallery.
Why is it so special? The main reason is because it can fill an area with images keeping always the aspect ratio of the images without using a multicolumn layout, like Pinterest and its clones.
The plugin has support for videos to, that mean that you can embed a video inside da gallery as it was an image! You can buy a license here: http://codecanyon.net/item/final-tiles-gallery/4734090?ref=GreenTreeLabs
I must say that the e-book Instant Wijmo Widgets How-to is a valid help for all front-end developers.
I really liked the professional approach despite a clear and concise language. Each paragraph is supplied with sample code and images and all examples have an indication of the "difficulty" level. I started reading e-books for developers just few months ago, I always thought that a developer can find all that he/she needs in internet. That could be true, but a good e-book like Instant Wijmo Widgets How-to is the kind of guide that can help you to save (precious) time.
I've recently got a copy of a new e-book about Wijmo Widgets (http://www.packtpub.com/how-to-use-wijmo-widgets/book).
This book is meant to be a handy reference for developers using Wijmo widgets and, at a first glance, there's plenty of examples, it seems also all well organized. I'll let you know my impressions when I'll read it!
I've recently pulished a new item on CodeCanyon: jSprouts. It's a slider with a nice (and maybe also a bit funny) feature: thumbnails appear like sprouts around the main image.
There are a lot of parameters so you can tune it as you like, there are also many things you can do via CSS, round borders, shadow or even add a "stem" to the sprouts. You can buy a copy here http://codecanyon.net/item/jsprouts/4362842?ref=GreenTreeLabs
It's been a long time I don't write on my blog (whoever cares ), bytheway, I'm here now to present a simple work I made, actually it's an idea for fast prototyping HTML pages.
To know what I'm talking about read the page http://romanovian.com/laboratorio/fhp/ at the bottom of the article you'll find a simple form to practice with Fast HTML Prototyping (FHP for friends).
Let me know what do you think about it!