Web Standards Library Update – Week of January 20, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi on January 29, 2014

The modern web is always changing, and this article is more than two years old.

This week featured a new jQuery release and some very interesting micro libraries.

Fit.js is a JavaScript library with a simple purpose: help you fit things into other things.
Fit.js

This haptic effect demo includes a number of effects that work on Chrome for Android.
Haptic Effect Demo

testardo is a browser agnostic JavaScript web driver for mobile and desktop suitable for testing.
Web Reflection: testardo – A Browser Agnostic JS Web Driver

Drop is an open-source JavaScript and CSS library for making various types of dropdowns powered by Tether.js.
Drop

Prana is a general purpose micro-framework for Node.js.
Prana by recidive

Remote.js is a library for developing remote-controlled web apps where a desktop application is controlled by a mobile device.
Remote.js

The latest release of jQuery includes fewer forced layouts, granular custom builds, is published on npm and more.
jQuery 1.11 and 2.1 Released

Tether is a JavaScript library for positioning with the goal of making overlays, tooltips and dropdowns faster.
Tether

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