jQuery contextMenu Plugin

The jQuery contextMenu Plugin was designed for web applications in need of menus on a possibly large amount of objects. Unlike implementations as a beautiful site’s or trendskitchens’ this contextMenu treats the menu as the primary object. That means, that a single menu is defined that can be used by multiple objects. Unlike the mentioned plugins, contextMenu doesn’t need to bind itself to triggering objects. This allows injecting and removing triggers without having to re-initialize or update contextMenu.

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ContextMenu is a lightweight jQuery plugin that lets you selectively override the browser’s right-click menu with a custom one of your own.

It is worth noting that by overriding the browser’s right click menu this plugin provides a behaviour that is different from what most users will expect. This plugin may be best suited for intranet web applications, where the developer is working in a more controlled environment.

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CUBRID – Open Source Database Management System Optimized for Web

CUBRID –  Open Source Database Highly Optimized for Web Applications


CUBRID – Open Source Database Highly Optimized for Web Applications

In general, CUBRID is a comprehensive open source relational database management system highly optimized for Web Applications, especially when complex web services process large amount of data and generate huge concurrent requests.


More specifically, CUBRID is implemented in C programming language. It is scalable and is a high performance database system almost fully compatible with MySQL. CUBRID is a system with a unique architecture and rich functionality. Its High-Availability feature, sync/async/semi-sync replication, online and incremental backup, and many other enterprise level features make CUBRID a reliable solution ideal for Web services. By providing unique optimized features, CUBRID enables to process much more parallel requests at much less response time.

Methods & Tools online magazine has recently published a great story-like introductory article about CUBRID. We recommend you to read it. The article explains shortly about the feature available in CUBRID, about how to quickly get started, and in conclusion provides some useful and important recommendations.

vía CUBRID – Open Source Database Management System Optimized for Web.

font dragr | Drag and drop font testing

A revolutionary way to test custom fonts in the browser. No coding, no uploading, just drag and drop.

What is it?

font dragr allows you to easily test custom fonts, through the @font-face at-rule, without the need for any CSS coding or knowledge of CSS coding. All you need to do is drag and drop.

It alleviates the cumbersome nature of testing custom fonts and allows you to quickly and easily load in a font, play around with it and see if it’s the right one for you.

You can test on any website

Testing fonts within font dragr, while useful, won’t give the full look and feel of testing it on your own site. That’s where the font dragr bookmarklet comes in handy.

The bookmarklet allows you to test any font from your file system or any of the fonts found in the gallery. Same simple approach the web app has, with the added ability for testing on any website.

Font Dragr

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