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Get Notified when a DOM Element Enters or Exits

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

You can Get notified when a DOM element enters or exits the viewport with in-view.js. It’s a small (~1.9kb gzipped), dependency-free, javascript utility for IE9+. With in-view, you can register handlers that are called when an element enters or exits the viewport. Each handler receives one element, the one entering or exiting the viewport, as its only argument. As a small caveat, in-view utilizes MutationObserver to check the visibility of registered elements after a DOM mutation. If that’s functionality you need in IE9-10, consider using a polyfill.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://camwiegert.github.io/in-view/
License: MIT License

Scrollanim – Create Stunning Scroll Animations

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Scrollanim is a CSS3 and JavaScript library to create stunning scroll animations that work everywhere. It’s open-source (MIT), free and easy to use Oh, and it’s 9KB. Also, this is possible to add the animations using the JavaScript API. Scrolanim has many CSS3 animations to use. No JavaScript animations, better performance. Works on desktop and portable devices perfectly. Scrollanim controls all elements with an extra care. You can attach events to almost all possible positions of an element on the page.


Requirements: CSS3 & JavaScript
Demo: http://scrollanim.kissui.io/
License: MIT License

Rocket.Chat – The Ultimate Open Source WebChat Platform

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript, using the Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms. You can access from anywhere: web browser, desktop and mobile applications. You can set up your system exactly how you want it. Rebrand as needed. The code is 100% Open Source under the MIT license.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://rocket.chat/
License: MIT License

Social Media Sharing Buttons without JavaScript

Posted · Category: MIT License, Social

Love or loathe them, sharing buttons will not go away for a while. The default social media sharing scripts provided by the networks themselves are big, often download multiple files and track users across the web.

Social Media Sharing Buttons generator outputs social media sharing buttons that do not use JavaScript, which means they load incredibly fast (they only use a single HTTP request), don’t block your website from rendering, are accessible and don’t track the user. (Also, they look nice). Using these buttons is as easy as copying the HTML code into your .html files, and the CSS code into your .css file.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://sharingbuttons.io/
License: MIT License

Algolia Places – Fast and Beautiful Address AutoCompletion

Posted · Category: Maps, MIT License

Algolia Places is a fast, beautiful and easy-to-use address autocompletion. It turns any <input> into an address autocomplete. Algolia Places provides a fast, distributed and easy way to use an address search autocomplete JavaScript library on your website. It has been designed to improve the user experience of your HTML forms. It harnesses OpenStreetMap’s impressive open source database of worldwide places.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://community.algolia.com/places/
License: MIT License

Open Source Software for Developing World Hospitals

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

HospitalRun is an open source project, aimed at delivering modern software for healthcare facilities in the developing world. It utilizes modern browser-based software design and a user-friendly interface to create an intuitive system. It is also architected to deal with the issues of Internet reliability in a developing world context and is designed to allow records to be securely carried outside of the hospital for mobile clinic activities.


Requirements: Ember Application
Demo: http://hospitalrun.io/
License: MIT License

Cutestrap – Sassy, Opinionated CSS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Cutestrap is a sassy, opinionated CSS Framework. A tiny alternative to Bootstrap. It supports Vertical Rhythm, Consistent pattern for form fields, 8kb minified, Smart defaults for all default elements (Conventional), CSS specificity is very low in the class hierarchy (Configurable), Solid foundation for a living styleguide using KSS. It is released under MIT License.


Requirements: CSS Framework
Demo: https://www.cutestrap.com/
License: MIT License

Timedropper – New jQuery UI TimePicker Plugin

Posted · Category: Calendar, MIT License

Timedropper is a jQuery UI timepicker. Manage time input fields in a standard form. Focus on the input to open an small interactive timepicker. You can set time in 12-hour clock in which the 24 hours of the day are divided into two periods. You can also enables time change using mousewheel. Animation Style to use when init timedropper. There are three available animation values: fadeIn(default), dropDown.


Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://felicegattuso.com/projects/timedropper/
License: MIT License

Reason – Meta Language Toolchain to Build Systems Rapidly

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Reason is a meta language toolchain to build systems rapidly. It is a new interface to OCaml – a highly expressive dialect of the ML language featuring type inference and static type checking.Reason provides a new syntax and toolchain for editing, building, and sharing code, and will evolve in the open as a community collaboration. Reason already has contributors across several organizations/companies.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://facebook.github.io/reason/#reason
License: MIT License

StringBean – FeatherWeight Responsive CSS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

StringBean is the featherweight responsive CSS Framework based on a 24-point system, rather than the traditional 12-point system that other frameworks use. Sometimes, 12 is just too few, especially on a high resolution screen, such as 4K – at 4K String Bean comes into its own! This gives the developer the power to divide the screen up in more finite segments providing you with greater control over the widths of content on your site, especially at higher resolutions (think HD & UHD (2K, 3K, 4K, and above).


Requirements: CSS
Demo: http://stringbean-lang.com/
License: MIT License

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