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Chart.js – Flexible JavaScript Charting for Developers

Posted · Category: Charts, MIT License

Chart.js is a simple yet flexible JavaScript charting for designers & developers. Chart.js merges configurations and options in a few places with the global defaults using chart type defaults and scales defaults. This way you can be as specific as you want in your individual chart configs, or change the defaults for Chart.js as a whole. Chart.js offers support for all browsers where canvas is supported. Chart.js is open source and available under the MIT license.

chart-js

Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.chartjs.org/
License: MIT License

SmoothState.js – Transitions without Hard Cuts and White Flashes

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

We’ve accepted the jankiness of page loads as a quirk of the web even though there is no technical reason for it. SmoothState.js lets you add transitions to eliminate the hard cuts and white flashes of page loads that deface the beauty of the user experience.

Javascript SPA frameworks, sometimes referred to as MVC frameworks, are a common way to solve this issue. However, these frameworks often lose the benefits of unobtrusive code, such as resilience to errors, performance, and accessibility. smoothState.js lets you start adding transitions that eliminate the hard cuts of page loads to improve the beauty of the experience. It does this with:

Progressive enhancement – a technique that exemplifies the principles universal design

  • jQuery – a library a great many of us are familiar with
  • history.pushState() – a method that lets us maintain browsing expectations
  • Ajax – a way for us to request and store pages on the user’s device without refreshing the page

SmoothState.js will unobtrusively enhance your website’s page loads to behave more like a single-page application framework. This allows you to add page transitions and create a nicer experince for your users.

jquery-smoothstate

Requirements: –
Demo: http://smoothstate.com/
License: MIT License

OpenBazaar – A Different Way to Do Online Commerce

Posted · Category: eCommerce, MIT License

OpenBazaar is a different way to do online commerce. Instead of visiting a website, you download and install a program on your computer that directly connects you to other people looking to buy and sell goods and services with you. This peer to peer network isn’t controlled by any company or organization – it’s a community of people who want to engage in trade directly with each other. OpenBazaar is an open source project to create a decentralized network for peer to peer commerce online using Bitcoin that has no fees and no restrictions.

free-market

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Demo: https://openbazaar.org/
License: MIT License

Build Digital Assistant Similar to Apple’s Siri with Abot

Posted · Category: Chat, MIT License

Abot (pronounced Eh-Bot, like the Canadians) is a digital assistant framework that enables anyone to easily build a digital assistant similar to Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google Now, or Amazon Alexa. Further, Abot supports a human-aided training backend enabling anyone to build services like Facebook M.

Unlike those proprietary systems, Abot is open-sourced and extensible. By providing an extensible platform onto which anyone can easily add functionality, Abot is the first A.I. framework that aims to be available everywhere and— ultimately—to do everything.

abot

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Demo: https://www.itsabot.org/
License: MIT License

AnimateMate – Create Animations Straight out of Sketch

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

You know feeling when you just need a simple animation for your awesome concept and you realize that it’s a huge process to move all assets into some other application? That’s a lot of hassle! That’s why AnimateMate is made in order to produce and export simple animations straight out of Sketch. It’s not exactly rocket science, but it can lighten your workflow in some cases. It is released under MIT License.

animate-mate

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Demo: http://animatemate.com/
License: MIT License

Pressure.js – Works with Apple’s Force Touch & 3D Touch

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Pressure is a JavaScript library that makes dealing with Apple’s Force Touch and 3D Touch simple. Force Touch for new Macs and 3D Touch for the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, all bundled under one roof with a simple API that makes working with them painless. Pressure gives you a handle on browsers that do and don’t support Force or 3D touch so you can have sensible fallbacks for users that don’t support it.

pressure-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://pressurejs.com/
License: MIT License

OkayNav jQuery – Progressively Collapsing Navigation Links

Posted · Category: Menu, MIT License

You know how navigations have only a desktop and a mobile state, right? Vergil Penkov thought, “this might cost people money because it requires additional click for users to reach even the most important pages.” OkayNav jQuery Plugin aims at progressively collapsing navigation links into an off-screen navigation instead of doing it for all the links at the same time. It is released under MIT License.

demo

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Demo: https://github.com/VPenkov/okayNav
License: MIT License

Brick.js – A Blazing Fast Masonry Layout Generator

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Brick.js is a blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements. Bricks capitalizes on batched reading of layout properties for blazing fast packing time, no matter how many items. Besides performance, it features: No required HTML markup or CSS stylesheet, Minimal, powerful, and readable configuration, Optional resize handling, Optimized handling of dynamically added items.

masonry-generator

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Demo: http://callmecavs.com/bricks.js/
License: MIT License

MJML – The Framework that Makes Responsive-Email Easy

Posted · Category: MIT License, Webmail

MJML is a markup language designed to reduce the pain of coding a responsive email. Its semantic syntax makes it easy and straightforward while its rich standard components library fastens your development time and lightens your email codebase. MJML’s open-source engine takes care of translating the MJML you wrote into responsive HTML.

mjml

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Demo: https://mjml.io/
License: MIT License

Phoenix Framework – Productive. Reliable. Fast.

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Phoenix framework is a productive web framework that does not compromise speed and maintainability. Phoenix brings back the simplicity and joy in writing modern web applications by mixing tried and true technologies with a fresh breeze of functional ideas. You can create rich, interactive experiences across browsers, native mobile apps, and embedded devices with our real-time streaming technology called Channels. Phoenix leverages the Erlang VM ability to handle millions of connections alongside Elixir’s beautiful syntax and productive tooling for building fault-tolerant systems.

phoenix-framework

Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.phoenixframework.org/
License: MIT License

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