1. 14. plugin-mathjax

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    We inherit decades of experience typesetting mathematics when we incorporate MathJax as one more dynamically loaded plugin. The MathJax javacript works trivially client-side with static html and has…

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    • 13. plugin-bytebeat-factory-menu

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      On a tip from @krogen, we've added our first audio format which we calculate on the fly from formulas passed around within the #bytebeat community. Fans can drag bytebeat paragraphs from each…

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      • 12. plugin-calculator

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        We resurrect an expense calculator written in AWK in 1981 to show how plugins can interpret the words in a paragraph as calculations to be performed when the paragraph changes.

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        • 11. arduino-node-apache

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          Russell Senior and Sven Dowideit have contributed to the Arduino and Node.js server implementations which stretch our understanding of federation. With so much of the logic on the client side, we…

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          • 10. scrolling-history-tests

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            Adam Solove has contribute side-scrolling and browser history integration logic. Bryan Donovan and Stephen Judkins have put together rspec and capybara tests. I promise to fix the bug I introduced…

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            • 09. wikimainia-growth-limits

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              Where is wiki from? Where might it go to? We asked and answered these questions in a 2005 Wikimania keynote. Our answers hold up. Some guide our work today.

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              • 08. science-interactive-scrubbing

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                We find inspiration in Science Magazine's interactive figures prepared for their special issue on population. http://scim.ag/qzMAEp. We're using similar javascript libraries and hope to…

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                • 07. data-d3-binding

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                  A visualization on one page can find data on another. Our prototype showed us this is a good way to work.

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                  • 06. journal-fork-cache

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                    When we edit a remote page it becomes our own. We call this a fork and record it in the journal. Click the journal to bring the source up for side-by-side comparison.

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                    • columns-desktop-dragging

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                      We show more ways to see multiple pages at once where drag-and-drop works like columns in the finder. We also show file import through drag-and-drop from the finder.

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