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Responsive Dashboard Templates for Bootstrap

Posted · Category: Charts, MIT License

Building an analytics dashboard? Don’t start from scratch. Grab one of Keen IO Bootstrap-based Dashboards Templates and admire your data in minutes. You can create an attractive, custom analytics dashboard that’s ready to be shown to your team or your customers. No hours lost tweaking CSS or testing responsiveness on eight different mobile devices.


Requirements: Bootstrap Framework
Demo: http://keen.github.io/dashboards/
License: MIT License

Snabbt.js – Minimalistic Animation Library in JavaScript

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Snabbt.js is a minimalistic javascript animation library. It focuses on moving things around. It will translate, rotate, scale, skew and resize your elements. By including matrix multiplication operations, transforms can be combined in any way you want. The end result is then set via CSS3 transform matrices.

Snabbt.js is built to be fast. It will only animate things that modern browsers can animate cheaply: transforms and opacity. The goal is to make a library that will let the user make smooth animations without needing to know too much about browser rendering.


Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://daniel-lundin.github.io/snabbt.js/cards.html
License: MIT License

Squire – An HTML5 Rich Text Editor

Posted · Category: Forms, MIT License

Squire is an HTML5 rich text editor, which provides powerful cross-browser normalisation, whilst being supremely lightweight and flexible. It is built for the present and the future, and as such does not support truly ancient browsers. It should work fine back to around Opera 10, Firefox 3.5, Safari 4, Chrome 9 and IE8.


Requirements: HTML5
Demo: http://neilj.github.io/Squire/
License: MIT License

Preview Prototypes on iOS8 with Frameless

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Frameless for iOS 8 is the browser that gets out of your way. It’s made for designers and developers who need an easy way to preview prototypes on iOS devices. No browser chrome and no status bar. Gestures control browser history and reveal the keyboard.

You can swipe, tap with three fingers or shake the device. If anything gets in your way, just disable it. It also works great with Framer Studio mirroring or previewing any HTML prototypes in a “native” context. It is licensed under MIT License.


Requirements: iOS
Demo: http://stakes.github.io/Frameless/
License: MIT License

PhotoSwipe JavaScript Image Gallery Inspired by iOS

Posted · Category: Gallery, MIT License

PhotoSwipe is a HTML/CSS/JavaScript based image gallery specifically targeting mobile devices. It is inspired by the iOS photo viewer and Google images for mobile. PhotoSwipe provides your visitors with a familiar and intuitive interface allowing them to interact with images on your mobile website.

All basic gestures are supported: flick to the next or previous image, spread to zoom in, drag to pan, pinch to zoom out or close, tap to toggle the controls, double-tap to zoom. PhotoSwipe manipulates the browser’s history so that the user can link to each gallery item and close the gallery via the “back” button. The initial URL is restored when the gallery is closed.


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

Skyline: Evolving CSS Architecture

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Skyline helps you create a design system for your website. It encourages a well thought-out CSS architecture, and enables you to develop a reusable and maintainable codebase. The starter kit provides a solid CSS architecture that acts as a scaffolding to support your unique design system. It promotes object-oriented CSS, written in SCSS using BEM notation.

Skyline is a minimal scaffolding, it does not impose a visual style. It contains many layout and structural helpers, utilities, and basic element and module styles that you will build upon. It is really a starting point, an organized set of files that allow you to create your own custom framework.


Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://skyline.is/
License: MIT License

A Collection of Simple SVG Loaders and Spinners

Posted · Category: MIT License, Upload

If you are into designing for multiple resolutions, SVG is the best option to turn to as far as the use of graphics is concerned. These small vector files can be scaled up and down as you like it without sacrificing quality. SVG Loaders is a collection of simple SVG loaders and spinners created and released by Sam. No images used, pure svg/css and scaleable.


Requirements: SVG Support
Demo: http://samherbert.net/svg-loaders/
License: MIT License

Voice Elements – Web Wrapper to the Web Speech API

Posted · Category: MIT License, Sound

<voice-elements> is a web Component wrapper to the Web Speech API, that allows you to do voice recognition (speech to text) and speech synthesis (text to speech) using Polymer.

Voice recognition is the translation of spoken words into text. This is achieved in the browser by using the SpeechRecognition interface from the Web Speech API. Speech synthesis is the conversion of language text into speech. This is achieved in the browser by using then SpeechSynthesis interface from the Web Speech API.

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Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://zenorocha.github.io/voice-elements/
License: MIT License

Droidicon – Over 1600 Beautiful Icons for Android

Posted · Category: Icons, MIT License

Droidicon provides over 1600 customizable icons, 25 ready-made social badges and more! Droidicon makes it super easy to add icons and badges to your app. All of the social badges are already styled. Just add them to your app! Or you can customize the icons however you want. You can also add strokes, transparency, and color filters to icons. They are licensed under MIT License.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://github.com/theDazzler/droidicon
License: MIT License

Julius JS – A Speech Recognition Library for the Web

Posted · Category: MIT License, Sound

JuliusJS is a speech recognition library for the web. It is an opinionated port of Julius to JavaScript. It actively listens to the user to transcribe what they are saying through a callback. All recognition is done in-browser through a Worker. It is licensed under MIT License.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://github.com/zzmp/juliusjs
License: MIT License

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