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Bonsai.js – An Intuitive Graphics API and SVG Renderer

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Bonsai is a lightweight graphics library with an intuitive graphics API and an SVG renderer. Bonsai’s main features include: Architecturally separated runner and renderer, iFrame, Worker and Node running contexts, Shapes, Paths, Assets (Videos, Images, Fonts, SubMovies), Keyframe and regular animation (easing functions too), Shape/path morphing and much more…

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

CSSPlus – Cross Browser Flexbox Layout Scaffolding

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

CSS Plus wants to provide a simple and fast way to make flexible layout based on flexbox modeling. This awesome css feature lets you specify a flexible container which the children can also be flexible and re-sized automatically when the size of the container changed. It supports Chrome 14, Internet Explorer 10, Firefox 6, Safari 4, Opera 12.10.

cssplus

Requirements: CSS
Demo: http://hictech.github.io/cssPlusWebsite/
License: MIT License

Lotus – An Open Source Framework for Ruby

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Lotus is Open Source Software, which strives for simplicity, fewer DSLs, minimal conventions, more objects, zero monkey-patching and the separation of concerns between MVC layers. It suggests best practices, but it leaves all the freedom to you, the developer, to build your own architecture, with your own objects. Lotus is made of standalone frameworks (controllers, views, etc.) and each one is shipped as an independent gem to emphasize the separation of concerns.

lotus-framework

Requirements: –
Demo: http://lotusrb.org/
License: MIT License

Material Design Lite

Posted · Category: Framework

Material Design Lite lets you add a Material Design look and feel to your websites. It doesn’t rely on any JavaScript frameworks and aims to optimize for cross-device use, gracefully degrade in older browsers, and offer an experience that is immediately accessible. The MDL components are created with CSS, JavaScript, and HTML. You can use the components to construct web pages and web apps that are attractive, consistent, and functional. Pages developed with MDL will adhere to modern web design principles like browser portability, device independence, and graceful degradation.

The MDL component library includes new versions of common user interface controls such as buttons, check boxes, and text fields, adapted to follow Material Design concepts. Material Design Lite also includes enhanced and specialized features like cards, column layouts, sliders, spinners, tabs, typography, and more. MDL is free to download and use, and may be used with or without any library or development environment (such as Material Design Lite). It is a cross-browser, cross-OS web developer’s toolkit that can be used by anyone who wants to write more productive, portable, and — most importantly — usable web pages.

material-design

Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.getmdl.io/
License: Apache License

ExpandJS – Built with Polymer & Google’s Material Design

Posted · Category: BSD License, Framework

ExpandJS is a modular library with 80+ custom elements and 350+ utility functions to kickstart your Web Applications. The elements are built upon Polymer and follow Google’s Material Design guidelines, allowing for beautiful and responsive interfaces. The utility library is an extension of lodash, adding more functions and introducing checks for unexpected arguments. It is released under BSD-3-Clause License.

expand-js

Requirements: javaScript Framework
Demo: http://expandjs.com/
License: BSD License

Outline – The Clean Responsive CSS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Outline is a simple CSS starter responsive boilerplate for any new web project, created by Matt Harris. It’s a modular, mobile-first framework which includes todays best practices for responsive design and core components I use on every project. Outline is designed to be a starting point. A solid foundation for your project, leaving the creativity up to you.

outline-framework

Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.outlinecss.co.uk/
License: MIT License

Sitecake – Simple CMS for your HTML website

Posted · Category: Framework, GPL License

Sitecake is an easy to use CMS (Content Managament System) for small websites, with a WYSIWYG, drag&drop editor. A standard web hosting packet (a web server and PHP 5.4+) is all you need to install and use it. Sitecake reads, modifies and saves changes in regular HTML files. No PHP or template language knowledge required. All changes are saved directly in HTML page, all images in file system. Once you finish editing you still have a static website.

sitecake

Requirements: –
Demo: http://sitecake.com/
License: GPL License

Wee – A Tiny Blueprint for Modern Web Development

Posted · Category: Framework

Wee bundles many of the components developers need to architect and produce responsive, interactive websites and apps. True to its name, Wee does this all with a tiny footprint. Wee is mobile-first CSS framework with reset, base, and Less mixin library < 4KB gzipped. Wee is organized in a simple, scalable hierarchy with a consistent structure for both style and scripts. Wee’s core JavaScript toolset brings logic to what can often become a daisy-chained nightmare. Compiling, minifying, and optimizing everything can be a pain, but Wee manages it all with a simple config file.

wee

Requirements: –
Demo: https://www.weepower.com
License: Apache License 2

Kore – Writing Scalable Web APIs in C

Posted · Category: Framework, License Free

Kore.io is an easy to use web application framework for writing scalable web APIs in C. Its main goals are security, scalability and allowing rapid development and deployment of such APIs. Because of this Kore is an ideal candidate for building robust, scalable and secure web things.

Kore makes it easy to get started without having to fiddle with build frameworks such as make. Using the builtin commands you can create, compile and run Kore applications. Kore exposes an easy to use API to build your applications.

kore

Requirements: –
Demo: https://kore.io/
License: License Free

Create Cross Platform Desktop Applications with Electron

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor. You can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with Chromium and Node.js to build your app.Electron is open source; mantained by GitHub and an active community. Best of all, Electron apps build and run on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

electron

Requirements: –
Demo: http://electron.atom.io/
License: MIT License

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