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Template Monster Giveaway + Huge Savings

Posted · Category: Announcement

We have some great news to share! The folks from TemplateMonster (we hosted their giveaway a while back) announced a Seven Week Giveaway. They have seven great prizes like: Pebble Steel, NVIDIA SHIELD, Moto 360, Bluetooth Smartphone Watch, Nexus 5, Moto Hint, and iPhone 6. Each week they will be giving away a different prize to one lucky winner.

How to Win One of the Seven Prizes

Head on over to TemplateMonster and buy one of their web templates between now and December 30, 2014

As you probably know, TemplateMonster is a perfect destination for different types of templates, including WordPress themes, PrestaShop themes, HTML5 templates, etc (there are over 40,000 templates to choose from). In other words, TemplateMonster can offer a web page design for any type of website you have in mind, be it a blog, an eCommerce site, a portfolio site, or any other site.

TemplateMonster Giveaway

The giveaway has already started, and runs through December 30, 2014. The first two prizes have already been awarded to the two lucky TemplateMonster customers.

The good thing is that you have 5 more weeks to enter the giveaway, but if you enter this week, you’ll get a chance to win Nexus 5.

Also, there is one more reason to try your luck now. This week ALL TemplateMonster templates are available at half price. Just because it’s Thanksgiving!

Enter this code to receive 50% off your purchase – TURKEY

Please note: The code only works for a limited time, so make sure to use it before December 1st.

With all said, this week seems to be the best time to enter the Seven Week Giveaway.

You can find more info about the giveaway here: www.templatemonster.com/presentations/end-of-the-year-giveaway-templatemonster/

Lining.js Offers ::Nth-Line selector to CSS

Posted · Category: Tools

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. A Call for ::nth-everything from CSS tricks. ::nth-line() is actually really useful in some situation. There comes Lining.js. It offers you complete DOWN-TO-THE-LINE control.

If you want your line style support Responsive web design. Make sure you add the data-auto-resize attribute. It will automatically relining when window resize event happen. lining.effect.js is an extra part of lining.js. It gives you the power to add appearances animation on your lines.

lining-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://zencode.in/lining.js/
License: MIT License

74 Sleek Payment Icons with SVG Webfont

Posted · Category: Icons

PaymentFont is a sleek SVG webfont containing 74 icons of all main payment operators and methods. Simply copy or upload the folders /css and /font, include paymentfont.min.css and enjoy your icons. PaymentFont was originally made for our WooCommerce Payment Methods Plugin for WordPress and WooCommerce. The font is licensed under the SIL OFL 1.1. Attribution is not required, but much appreciated.

payment-font

Requirements: -
Demo: http://paymentfont.io/
License: SIL OFL License

Easily Find, Install, and Publish RubyGems

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

The RubyGems software allows you to easily download, install, and use ruby software packages on your system. The software package is called a “gem” and contains a package Ruby application or library. It is the Ruby community’s gem hosting service. Instantly publish your gems and install them. Use the API to interact and find out more information about available gems.

Gems can be used to extend or modify functionality in Ruby applications. Commonly they’re used to distribute reusable functionality that is shared with other Rubyists for use in their applications and libraries. Some gems provide command line utilities to help automate tasks and speed up your work.

ruby-gems-search

Requirements: -
Demo: https://rubygems.org/
License: License Free

Schema – A Modular, Responsive Frontend Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Schema is a modular, responsive, front end framework to easily and quickly help you jumpstart your process in building complex interfaces for the web right out the box. Schema comes fully equipped with the capabilities of creating familiar experiences across multiple viewports. From a desktop monitor down to a mobile device, Schema’s 12-column grid provides flexibility.

Schema leverages the power of Less. This enables a clean structure of code that is super easy to maintain. Whether you’re trying to put a quick design to a prototype, or if you’re working on a production-ready application, Schema provides the foundation and components to easily design any responsive web project.

schema

Requirements: -
Demo: http://danmalarkey.github.io/schema/
License: MIT License

Vue.js – A Library for Building Interactive Web Interfaces

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Vue.js is a library for building interactive web interfaces. It provides the benefits of MVVM data binding and a composable component system with a simple and flexible API. Technically, Vue.js is focused on the ViewModel layer of the MVVM pattern. It connects the View and the Model via two way data bindings. Actual DOM manipulations and output formatting are abstracted away into Directives and Filters.

Philosophically, the goal is to provide the benefits of reactive data binding and composable view components with an API that is as simple as possible. It is not a full-blown framework – it is designed to be a view layer that is simple and flexible. You can use it alone for rapid prototyping, or mix and match with other libraries for a custom front-end stack. It’s also a natural fit for no-backend services such as Firebase.

vue-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://vuejs.org/
License: MIT License

Pawnmail – Free Email Hosting for Custom Domains

Posted · Category: License Free, Webmail

Pawnmail was created by Andrew Belt to give domain name owners a simple email solution. He uses Pawnmail for his own projects and hope that you may find it useful as well. It provides Email hosting for custom domains with 2 GB storage and best of all, it’s free forever.

The easiest way to access your email account is via the webmail client. Pawnmail can also be accessed with other web, desktop, and mobile email clients with POP3, SMTP, or IMAP server settings. Sent and received messages are stored unencrypted on the servers.

pawnmail

Requirements: -
Demo: https://pawnmail.com/
License: License Free

Material UI – CSS Framework for Google’s Material Design

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Material-UI is a CSS framework and a set of React components that implement Google’s Material Design specification. Material-UI is available as an npm package. Use browserify and reactify for dependency management and JSX transformation. The CSS framework is written in Less, so you’ll need to compile that as well.

The styles are separated into 2 less files which allows you to override any variables defined in custom-variables.less without having to modify material-ui source files directly. It is licensed under MIT License.

material-ui

Requirements: CSS Framework
Demo: http://material-ui.com/
License: MIT License

MetricGraphics.js – A Library for Principled Data Graphics

Posted · Category: Charts

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.

The API is simple. All that’s needed to create a graphic is to specify a few default parameters and then, if desired, override one or more of the optional parameters on offer. The library is data-source agnostic. While it provides a number of convenience functions and options that allow for graphics to better handle things like missing observations, it doesn’t care where the data comes from.

charts

Requirements: D3 Framework
Demo: http://metricsgraphicsjs.org/examples.htm
License: Mozilla Public License v2.0

Wami Map Project – OSM API Service for Everyone

Posted · Category: Maps

Wami Map project makes OSM data for everyone, easily. They take advantage of MongoDB potential for big data management to implement a search for relevant data from OSM data sources. Their APIs make it possible to retrieve POI in different formats including geoJSON, which allows to display them directly on the client. Wami Map project is published under Apache 2 license, so feel free to fork it, use it and make it better.

wami-map

Requirements: -
Demo: http://map.wami.it/
License: Apache License

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