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Hits, Clicks and Downloads Counter 4.0 is Out!

I am happy to announce that the new version of AcidJs.ClicksCounter is out with cool new features and improved UI!

AcidJs.ClicksCounter is HTML5, JavaScript and PHP-driven hits, clicks and downloads counter, with amazing, fully ajax admin panel and tons of great features such as data comparison, data export in JSON and CSV format, instant backup in zip format, etc.

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AcidJs.ClicksCounter is fully localizable and utilizes some of the greatest features of HTML5 (Blob, FileReader, etc) and its most important functionality runs on the client. It is easy to deploy, does not use SQL, but flat JSON files for databases and it is a matter of simple couple-of-minutes configuration before having it up and running!

Key Features

  • HTML5-powered data comparison.
  • HTML5-powered JSON and CSV data export.
  • Get counts widget.
  • Instant backup download in zip format.
  • Display click counts for a record on the client area.
  • No SQL, just flat JSON database.
  • Data from the popular CCounter PHP script can be easily migrated to ClicksCounter.
  • Fully localizable.
  • Click statistics.
  • Fast and responsive.
  • Fully ajax-driven.
  • Optional automatic reload of the records list.
  • Built on top of Semtex HTML5, JavaScript and CSS3 UI Framework.

What’s New in Version 4.0

  • Sorting of the comparison table by different criteria.
  • Sorting of the records list by different criteria.
  • New metro-style icons for the small items toolbar.
  • Improved UI.

Screenshots:

Supported Browsers

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Apple Safari
  • Opera
  • Opera Webkit
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9+

Make sure you check it out and have fun!

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JavaScript Lazy Loader for Images and Galleries

Here is a quick and dirty JavaScript class for lazy loading of images which can be used to optimize the page loading time by offsetting the load of lengthy image lists. Supports server and JavaScript rendering and data files (json).

Check the demo and the code here, and eventually download it from the same page.

Have a great week!

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