Development Lists

20+ Best jQuery Shopping Cart Resources

When designing a website, developers may consider adding e-commerce features through the use of jQuery.  There are many tools out there to make e-commerce implementation easier.  Some are paid and some are free.  Below is a list of some of the best jQuery shopping cart resources:

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40 Lightbox jQuery Resources

Lightbox is a JavaScript technique that is employed in order to display images and web content using modal dialogs. Lightbox was originally created by Lokesh Dhakar, but the common usage of the term now encompasses a Lightbox-style of effects. There are several jQuery plugins and resources available across the web that you could use on your development projects. Below is a list of 40 of the best jQuery lightbox resources:
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45 Drupal Modules Worth Checking Out

Drupal is an open source content management system that is used by at least 2.1% of websites worldwide.  Drupal is used by personal blogs and even government websites like Whitehouse.gov and Data UK.  The standard release of Drupal is known as Drupal core.  Drupal core includes user account registration, menu management, RSS feeds, and system administration.  Currently there are over 20,000 free add-ons known as modules to enhance Drupal core.  Below is a list of 45 Drupal modules worth checking out:

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8 Useful 3D Modeling Tools

Three-dimension electronics is one of the hottest trends right now.  People are watching movies in theaters in 3D, buying TVs that are in 3D, and are playing video game consoles that support 3D gaming.  Even 3D printing is becoming a hot new trend.  If you are interested in getting into 3D modeling, we have a list of some of the best software that helps you work with preparing geometric data. Below are 8 3D free applications that are worth check out:
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7 Open Source Ticket System Services

An issue tracking system is great for monitoring support tickets.  I used to work as a help-desk at the Ann Arbor public library and they used a similar ticketing system for issues that popped up across the network.  Tickets are used for an organization to create, update, and fix technical problems that customers have experienced.  Below is a list of 7 useful open source ticket system services.

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3 Tools For Testing Your Website Load Time

If a website takes a long time to load, the odds are that you will close the tab.  In the digital age, people want to consume information quickly and move on to the next topic.  By reducing your website loading time, you will be able to reduce your bounce rates and increase your conversion rates.  Below are three of the best tools for determining your website load time.

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35+ Handy File Comparison Tools

File comparison software tools compares the contents of computers files to find their common contents and difference.  The comparison is often presented in a graphic user interface as a part of larger tasks.  The longer the document, the harder it is to find the revisions.  Below is a list of awesome file comparison tools to check out if you are looking for the right software to do the job.
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70+ Useful GIMP Tutorials

GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is an image retouching and editing tool that was released under the GPLv3 license as free and open-source software.  GIMP can be used on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux.  GIMP’s tools have the ability to retouch images and edit them.  However it can be just as challenging to use as Adobe Photoshop.  This is why we have put together a massive collection of GIMP tutorials below:

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