WebAppers

/ best free open source web resources /

Shopify

Open Source of Ragnarök Online for Web Browsers

Posted · Category: GPL License

roBrowser is an open source project based on the game Ragnarök Online. It’s not afficiliate by anyway with Gravity. The concept is to reproduce the game using awesome new web technologies (HTML5, Javascript, WebGL) to bring it to Web Browsers.

Since roBrowser run into a Web Browser, it also mean it’s cross-plateform and can run into multiples OS (Windows, Linux, Macintosh, …) instead of the original client limited to Windows. It should also run fine on others devices ( televisions, smartphone, tablettes, computer) if the device support openGL ES 2.0 and is enough powerfull to support the game.

ro-online-server

Requirements: WebGL, JavaScript, HTML5, and more
Demo: http://www.robrowser.com/
License: GPL License

Generate Nice SVG Background Images with Trianglify JS

Posted · Category: GPL License, Patterns

Trianglify is a javascript library for generating colorful triangle meshes that can be used as SVG images and CSS backgrounds. It was inspired by btmills/geopattern, and uses d3.js to build the polygons and SVG and SVG filters for rendering. It also includes the colorbrewer color palette library to get you up and running quickly.

trianglify

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://qrohlf.com/trianglify/
License: GPL v3 License

A Flexible jQuery Plugin for Sorting & Pagination

Posted · Category: GPL License, Menu

jPList is a flexible jQuery plugin for sorting, pagination and filtering of any HTML structure. It supports data sources: PHP + MySQL, ASP.NET + Sql Server, PHP + SQLite. It works with JavaScript templates like Handlebars, Mustache etc.

jPList supports XML + XSLT. It works in all major browsers. For non-commercial, personal, or open source projects and applications, you may use jPList for free under the terms of the GPL V3 License.

jquery-data-grid-controls

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://jplist.com/
License: GPL v3 License

Fenix – A Static Desktop Web Server for Developers

Posted · Category: GPL License, Tools

Fenix is a simple static desktop web server for developers. You can work on multiple sites simultaneously. Serve any number of HTTP projects side by side with Fenix. Fenix serves and receives. View JSON, XML, and other webhook payloads with the request browser.

You can create, stop, start, and share Fenix servers from the command line with the free Node.js console app. Now you can turn your desktop into a public web server by sharing a link. Let collaborators/reviewers “touch and feel” the site.

fenix

Requirements: -
Demo: http://fenixwebserver.com/
License: GPL License

Easy to Use Responsive Tables with Complex Data

Posted · Category: GPL License, MIT License, Tables

RWD Table Patterns is an experimental awesome solution for responsive tables with complex data. It’s a fork based on Filament Group’s repo with a more complete solutions and some new features.

It’s built with mobile first and progressive enhancement in mind. In browsers without JavaScript, the tables will still be scrollable. And there’s still some responsiveness. You only need to add one JS-file, one CSS-file and some minimal setup to make the tables responsive.

responsive-tables

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://gergeo.se/RWD-Table-Patterns/
License: GPL, MIT License

Griddify – Photoshop Panel to Make Guides & Grids

Posted · Category: GPL License, PS Tutorials

Griddify is a tiny Photoshop Panel to make Guides and Grids. Griddify is tiny and fast. It helps you compose custom grid systems, vertical rhythm, and do a bunch of other stuff with guides in photoshop.

Make sure you have Adobe Extension Manager installed. Download Griddify, and install using Adobe Extension Manager. Once installed, open your Photoshop CC. You can find the panel in the “Window” menu, under “Extensions”. Best of all, Griddify is free and open-source.

griddify

Requirements: Photoshop CS 6+
Demo: http://gelobi.org/griddify/
License: GPL v3 License

Minicron – Manage and Monitor Cron Jobs

Posted · Category: GPL License, Stats

Minicron aims to complement cron by making it easier to manage and monitor cron jobs, it can largely be thought of as two components that interact together, the CLI and the Hub. The CLI is what is installed on your server(s) and executes your cron command and reports the status back to the Hub.

The Hub is the central point where data from one or many instances of the CLI is received and stored in a database. The Hub also provides a web interface to the data and makes it easy to manage your cron jobs.

cron-monitor

Requirements: -
Demo: http://jamesrwhite.github.io/minicron/
License: GPL v3 License

Drag and Drop jQuery File Uploader with Progress Bar

Posted · Category: GPL License, MIT License, Upload

jQuery File Uploader is a jQuery plugin to drag and drop files, including ajax upload and progress bar. The idea for this plugin is to keep it very simple; unlike other options/plugins that mess up a lot with the markup and provide some really ‘hacky’ ways to make it available for prehistoric browsers.

The focus will be for modern browsers, but also providing a method to know when is the plugin is not supported; with an easy interface to use on any design you come up. Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.

jquery-drag-drop-files

Requirements: jQuery frameworks
Demo: http://danielm.herokuapp.com/demos/dnd/image-preview.php
License: MIT, GPL License

Picturefill – A Smart Responsive Images Approach

Posted · Category: GPL License, MIT License, Tools

Picturefill is a Responsive Images approach that you can use today that mimics the proposed picture element using spans, for safety sake. Picturefill natively supports HD(Retina) image replacement. While numerous other solutions exist, picturefill has the added benefit of performance for the user in only being served one image.

Picturefill works best in browsers that support CSS3 media queries. Internet Explorer 8 and older have no support for CSS3 Media Queries, so in the examples above, IE will receive the first data-src image reference. Picturefill supports a broad range of browsers and devices, provided that you stick with the markup conventions provided.

picturefill

Requirements: JavaScript frameworks
Demo: http://scottjehl.github.io/picturefill/
License: MIT, GPL2 License

Build Multi-State Prototypes with Permit jQuery Plugin

Posted · Category: Framework, GPL License

Permit.js is a jQuery plugin that makes building interactive, multi-state prototypes for websites and apps easy. Maybe your website has certain features that are only available to logged-in members and other features only available only to administrators? Or perhaps your app has different features depending on whether it’s on- or offline? Or what about the free versus paid versions? These are all examples of states.

Permit.js makes simulating those different situations a breeze. It’s designed for use by anyone that does interactive prototype work in HTML and CSS, including information architects and other user interface and user experience (UI/UX) professionals.

Please note that do not in any situation use permit.js as a means of actually securing content. The plugin is meant to be used for prototyping purposes only. The plugin uses a combination of javascript cookies and CSS to hide and show content. That’s not at all secure and any code kiddy can easily “break-in”.

permit-js

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://technotarek.com/permit/permit.html
License: GPL v3 License

Page 1 of 26123456789»...
Supported By

Deals

Web Browsers Icon Set
Food Icon Set
Flat Icon Set

Flat Icon Set

100 icons