Web developers should always be aware of the current news. In order to help them in their work brilliant web developers from all over the world always try to invent new tools and find bright decisions. We want to bring to your attention a selection of some useful tools such as generators, jquery plugins, frameworks and other helpful resources and services. You will definitely find something to your taste and interest among them.
Simple and clean SVG icon pack with the code to support Rails, Sinatra and Node.js.
Firefox.html is an experiment, a proof of concept: trying to re-implement the Firefox UI in HTML, as an app (like FxOS apps).
the textarea of the future.
Reporting incompatibilities between different Sass engines.
A sleek SVG webfont containing 85 icons of all main payment operators and methods.
Beetle is a free powerful responsive & parallax HTML5 template for landing pages, blog and resume.
А preprocessor for designers.
This project is a jQuery substitute for modern browsers and mobile devices. But instead of offering some wrappers and own dynamics, it simply provides helper functions to achieve the same objectives as jQuery or Zepto.
Andy is an open-source collection of useful SASS mixins.
Sticky-kit provides an easy way to attach elements to the page when the user scrolls such that the element is always visible.
In CSS we already have the selector ::first-line to apply style on the first line of element. But there is no selector like ::nth-line(), ::nth-last-line() or even ::last-line. Then I read an article A Call for ::nth-everything from CSS tricks. ::nth-line() is actually really useful in some situation.
MetricsGraphics.js is a library built on top of D3 that is optimized for visualizing and laying out time-series data. It provides a simple way to produce common types of graphics in a principled, consistent and responsive way. The library currently supports line charts, scatterplots and histograms as well as features like rug plots and basic linear regression.
Welcome to Pixactly, an online tool that tests how well you know your pixels. Draw a box that matches the dimensions given and receive a score based on how close you are. The lower the score…the better! Sounds easy, right? Pixactly.
Analyze your CSS in a new way. Consolidate, refactor, and gawk at the 37 shades of blue your site somehow ended up with.
A modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design.
A simple template for designing responsive websites in the browser.
A CSS Framework and a Set of React Components that Implement Google’s Material Design.
A bare bones responsive SCSS boilerplate for web designers.
A mobile-friendly, jQuery plugin that persists content (sidebar, nav, etc.) while scrolling.
Galaxy is the lightweight framework build with conversation.
Size Marks is a helpful Photoshop script for web designers and front-end engineers.
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