Crack MD5 Passwords with JavaScript, 6 Useful HTML5 Tools and more

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Sketch.js is an easy-to-use jQuery plugin that allows you to create canvases upon which visitors can draw.

Flexbox is a new layout mode in CSS3 that is designed for the more sophisticated needs of the modern web. This article will describe the newly-stablized Flexbox syntax in technical detail.

HTML_CodeSniffer is a client-side script that checks HTML source code and detects violations of a defined coding standard.

Ever wanted to learn about Node.js but didn't have the time? Check out Engine Yard Cloud's super quick and super effective introduction screencast on Node.js.

Android Design is the official website for learning how to design exceptional Android apps. It is full of information, resources, and downloads for Android developers.

Fruit Hunter, a tutorial on the basics of making a simple html5 game using box2d in JavaScript.

A list of six online tools that are great at helping people to understand HTML5 and at helping people learn how to create HTML5 websites.

MD5-Password-Cracker.js is an experiment to see if using HTML5 Web Workers to parallelize CPU-bound tasks is practical.

Backbone won't give you any superpowers but here is an interview with Louis Simoneau, a web developer at Flippa to get an overview on Backbone.js and what you can do with it.

From JSON to Github, here is a beginner's guide to the technologies today's startups are using to change the world.

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