Want to use Vanilla JS but find native APIs a bit unwieldy? Bliss is for you. Bliss is just a collection of helpers and light syntactic sugar over Vanilla JS. It does not account for browser bugs or lack of support of certain APIs, although it only uses features that are both supported across most modern browsers and can be polyfilled.
Copying text to the clipboard shouldn’t be hard. It shouldn’t require dozens of steps to configure or hundreds of KBs to load. But most of all, it shouldn’t depend on Flash or any bloated framework. That’s why clipboard.js exists.
wallop is a minimal 4kb library for showing & hiding things. In a nutshell, wallop takes a collection of HTML elements and Previous & Next buttons, and adds helper HTML classes in the correct elements based on whether you want to navigate forwards or backwards.
Corpus is yet another CSS toolkit. It uses Flexbox for the grid system, viewport-based heights and percentage-based widths, is heavily influenced by Basscss’s White Space module, and has a few useful greyscale color utilities.
Make it pop with animation, physics, and input tracking. In the browser, on Node, anywhere.
Amalia.js is a new extensible and versatile HTML5 multimedia player that allows you to view any type of metadata along with your video or audio streams. It follows the responsive design guidelines.
Built on top of d3.js and stack.gl, plotly.js is a high-level, declarative charting library. plotly.js ships with 20 chart types, including 3D charts, statistical graphs, and SVG maps.
Avalanche gives you a choice of three naming conventions for your width class names: fraction (1/4), percentage (25) or fragment (1-of-4). No need to spend time working out how many columns are in your nested layout – if a cell needs to take up half the width of it’s container, tell it to!
Reduce loading time of page to less than a second on slow connections by loading and rendering nicely blurred micro images on the page while loading full sized images in background which replace as they finish.
This is a micro SCSS library to help you build websites, without all the arbitrary selectors.
Simply put, CSSgram is a library for editing your images with Instagram-like filters directly in CSS. What we’re doing here is adding filters to the images as well as applying color and/or gradient overlays via various blending techniques to mimic these effects. This means less manual image processing and more fun filter effects on the web!
Shift.css provides a simple framework to build timed, contained CSS animations. Within your defined “Shift Container” you can animate a wealth of HTML elements, you can also animate nested elements and adaptive elements like the example above.
FieldKit provides real-time, text field formatting as users type. It simplifies input formatting and creates a more polished experience for users, while outputting standardized data.
Dropify: Override your input files with style
Imagine a situation – your HTML markup renders at backend side, it contains some list of data. At one point you need to implement search by this list. It can be easily achieved by using Jets.js with a browser’s native search speed.
UpUp – Kickstarting the Offline First Revolution
Mobile-First has become the de-facto standard for building modern sites. But in a world where everyone is mobile, an always-on connection isn’t something we can rely on. It’s time to start thinking Offline First.