NerdyConcerts.com is your one-stop source for all video game, anime, cartoon and movie related concerts.It aggregates every interesting concert in our concert calendar, and keep you updated about fan activities, CD releases and much more. The reason this website exists is because I needed it, and it didn’t exist.
Aves Engine (2010)
The Aves Engine was the first pluginless browser game engine. It delivered fully interactive experiences, cross-platform on desktop and mobile devices. First announced at jQuery Conf 2010 Bay Area, our two demo videos (unfortunately deleted on YouTube, but still available here and here) soon went viral across several media channels, including TechCrunch, Twitter and local newspapers. Later on, Aves technology was acquired by Zynga.
jQuery UI (2007-2009)
jQuery UI is part of the jQuery project. It is its official UI library and includes skinnable widgets, utilities and effects in a convenient package. I have started working on it in early 2007, and the first public release was on September 17th, 2007 (see ). Today, jQuery UI is powering about 12% of the internet.
Library Detector (2008-2010)