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=> Node 0.8 Released: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
The new stable release branch of the popular Node.js server-side JavaScript environment is here! 0.8 brings significant performance improvements, core API cleanups, and new debugging features.

=> jQuery 2.0 (Coming in 2013) To Drop Support for IE 6, 7 and 8
The jQuery Core Team share some thoughts on ‘the road ahead’ for jQuery. Both jQuery 1.9 and 2.0 will be out in early 2013 with jQuery 2.0 dropping support for IE 6, 7 and 8’s ‘oddities.’

=> Get 10 Responsive Web Templates Now
Responsive themes are perfect for creating gorgeous looking sites that look amazing on any screen size. These HTML themes from FlashMint include responsive sliders, CSS3 effects, sortable portfolio, photo lightbox, PSD files and much more. Easy to customize and diverse including themes for sports, corporate, hair salons, interior design, spa salon and more. See the themes.

=> 10 Things You Didn’t Know JavaScript Could Do
If you’re an eagle-eyed JavaScript Weekly and HTML5 Weekly reader, this roundup by .net Magazine may not surprise you, but otherwise it provides a quick flick through 10 interesting modern uses for JavaScript.

=> Sup, AngularJS? (An Interactive Presentation with Live Code Examples)
An interactive slide-based presentation by Glen Maddern that shows off some live AngularJS (an MVC framework released by Google recently) examples that you can edit on the fly. An interesting way to see how the library works.

=> jQuery Vector Maps: Resizable Scalable Vector Maps for Modern Browsers
A jQuery plugin that renders vector-based maps. Uses resizable SVG for modern browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera and IE 9+ with legacy support for IE provided through VML.

Repo.js: jQuery Plugin to Embed a GitHub Repo onto a Page

=> BananaBread 0.2 Released: Levels!
Alon Zakai (creator of Emscripten) has been working on a JavaScript port of Sauerbraten, a first person shooter, called BananaBread for a while now and it continues to impress. Now, finally, it is starting to get some good levels too!

TextDrive: A Text Editor for ChromeOS, Built with AngularJS

NVD3: Reusable Charts and Chart Components for d3.js

=> F**kItJS: Runs Your JavaScript Code At Any Price
Billing itself as the ‘original JavaScript error steamroller’, F**kItJS is a tongue in cheek project that can repeatedly eval your error-ridden code, detect errors and slice those lines out of the script before carrying on.

=> Walrus: A Mustache-Influenced JS Templating Library
Templating library inspired by mustache, handlebars, and ejs but with some key differences including blocks encased within ‘do’ and ‘end’, reusable view helpers, and support for ‘presentation logic.’

=> SeuratJS: A RaphaelJS Plugin for Creating Pointillized Animations
A library that allows for the creation of vivid animations and pixelated artwork by extacting color data from images and rebuilding them with SVG primitives.

=> Gamecore.js: Increase Javascript Game Performance ‘by 1200%’
Beyond the bombastic title is an interesting library that can help you build high performance games using JavaScript by providing object pooling, a high performance double linked list, and more.

Sencha Try: A Treasure Trove of Ext JS and Sencha Touch Code Snippets

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