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jscolor
[2 users on Ohloh]
jscolor is a JavaScript component extending standard form controls of a smooth color picker dialog. All you need to pickerize your text fields is to include script jscolor.js into your HTML page and turn all related INPUT elements into INPUT CLASS="color"
Ext.ux.Plugin.RemoteComponent
[1 users on Ohloh]
Plugin for ExtJS Ext.Container / Ext.Toolbar Elements to dynamically add Components
from a remote / AJAX source to the Element's body.
author: Timo Michna / matikom

License: GPL Version 3 -
For commercial use, ask the author for permission and different license.

* Loads configuration as JSON-String from a remote / AJAX source.

* Adds the Components to the Container body.

* Additionally to its own config options the class accepts ...

icanhascomponents
[0 users on Ohloh]
Tags: library component jquery plugin effect ajax javascript
$.can().has({component: cheeseburger});

$(this).is().a().component();

nonumber-sourcerer
[0 users on Ohloh]
Tags: jumi css javascript php scripts code plugin module component extension nonumber joomla
Sourcerer enables you to place PHP and any kind of HTML style code (including CSS and JavaScript) right in to your content! Not only in your articles, but also in sections, categories, modules, components, META tags, etc.

You can now just place your original codes right into your WYSIWYG editor. The only thing you have to do is surround the code with the Sourcerer tags. Easy peasy!

So now you can also use PHP scripts in your content. That opens up a great deal of possibilities.