Weekend Links – MooTools Ext Adapter, MooWheel, MooColorFinder, Digg Count Stylizer, Super Mario JavaScript

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MooTools 1.2 Ext Adapter

Ext is a wicked cool JavaScript framework/library. The ability to use Moo 1.2 with it is even better. If you're a MooTools developer looking to try out Ext, get this adapter.


MooWheel: A JavaScript Connections Visualization Library

I don't know what exactly you would use this for, but it's a great tool that shows connections between objects. Really creative -- check it out.



From the people that brought you MooSocialize, MooColorFinder is a tool that takes a URL, reads the page, and creates a palette of colors used on the page. Useful for designers that like a website's overall appeal and want the color scheme.


Stylize Your Digg Count

This is a sweet PHP-based solution to making your Digg counter look cooler than Digg's given widgets.


Super Mario In 14kb JavaScript

The title says it all. Recapture your youth!


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