Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

Ajax-based social bookmark widget

Category: Ajax, MooTools

Sometimes the smallest and simplest widgets are the absolutely coolest. In this case, mooSocialize fits that description. Similar in concept to the social bookmarking toolbar from AddThis.com, mooSocialize allows you to consolidate submission links for various networks in a neat little slidedown/out panel:

mooSocialize uses the MooTools JavaScript library to generate the fluid effects and is one in a number of different MooTools-based extensions produced by the artViper designstudio team.

Posted by Rey Bango at 6:00 am
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Smart!
I have noticed artViper have also other nice tools!

Comment by ajaxus — February 20, 2008

thanks

Comment by hizari — February 20, 2008

very nice thanks. I like the nice animation and I’ve been looking for a good all-in-one widget like this.

Comment by SiteSmart — February 20, 2008

IMHO, it would work better if the sites would be ordered by name.

Comment by Martin — February 20, 2008

I’d like to see the various icons as a single image with CSS offsets. The multiple small files were a bit slow to load for me.

Comment by mike08 — February 20, 2008

Thanks for all the comments, I’ll take your suggestions into account for the next to come release.

Comment by artViper — February 21, 2008

The download url does not work. Only for me?

Comment by oddscripts — February 21, 2008

It would be nice to get it ported to jquery

Comment by AISDG — February 23, 2008

@AISDG – at the moment I am porting this to jquery, so keep your eyes open for an update :)

Comment by artViper — February 26, 2008

Porting done, a bit late but it’s finished :) jSocialize, the mooSocialize for jQuery is finally here. You can find it at http://www.artviper.net/download/jSocialize.rar

cheers
Frank

Comment by artViper — May 7, 2008

Thanks Frank for your work! Will test it and inform you about possible bugs.

Comment by ClausV — May 7, 2008

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