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WebPutty – A Simple and Powerful CSS Editor

Posted · Category: Code, License Free, Tools

WebPutty is a simple CSS editing and hosting service, which gives you a syntax-highlighting CSS editor you can use from anywhere, the power of SCSS and Compass, a side-by-side preview pane, and instant publishing with minification, compression, and automatic cache control.

You can see your changes instantly with the side-by-side preview pane, so there’s no need for the traditional back-and-forth between your editor and refreshing a browser to see your changes.

WebPutty also allows you to take advantage of SCSS and Compass. SCSS gives you expanded functionality and ease-of-use features like nested selectors, variables, and mixins, while Compass makes CSS3 features like box-shadow, border-radius, gradients, transforms, and transitions easier to implement by handling all the browser-specific prefixes for you.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.webputty.net/
License: License Free

An Unobtrusive Framework Initiative for Node.js

Posted · Category: Framework, License Free

It’s difficult to get consensus on how much or how little a framework should do. Flatiron is an unobtrusive framework initiative for node.js. No one agrees on frameworks. Flatiron’s approach is to package simple to use yet full featured components and let developers subtract or add what they want.

Flatiron promotes code organization and sustainability by clearly separating development concerns. Each component works elegantly with or without its counterparts. Many of the components work the same in the browser as they do on the server. This is the motivation behind flatiron.


Requirements: Node.js
Demo: http://flatironjs.org/
License: License Free

Create an Interactive Map using HTML5 & jQuery

Posted · Category: Maps, MIT License

Have you ever create a really good looking interactive map using HTML5 and jQuery? MigrationsMap.net allows you to see for every country X in the world either the top ten providing countries of lifetime migrants to X or the top ten receiving countries of lifetime migrants from X.

On top of that, when you let your mouse hover over a country, you can see the total population, the GDP per capita, the HIV and Tuberculosis prevalences and the death rate of children under five. All the code of the site and the scripts used to produce it are available on github.


Requirements: HTML5 and jQuery
Demo: http://migrationsmap.net
License: MIT License

A Bunch of Cool CSS Animations with Animate.CSS

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Animate.css is a bunch of cool, fun, and cross-browser animations for you to use in your projects. To use them in your project, simply add the class to the element, or call the animation yourself in your CSS file. The classes and the animations have the same name.

CSS animations are supported in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Microsoft have also promised support for Internet Explorer 10, and support has been announced for Opera 12.

Animate.css is actually built to complement tools like jQuery. Use something like Modernizr to detect support for CSS3 animations, then use jQuery or another library to provide fallback animations for the browsers that don’t support them. It’s a win-win situation.


Requirements: CSS3 Browsers Support
Demo: http://daneden.me/animate/
License: MIT License

JSZip Creates .zip files with JavaScript

Posted · Category: GPL License, MIT License, Tools

JavaScript today is capable of generating a lot of data. The easiest way to deliver multiple files to your users is in a zip file. Instead of wasting server resources and bandwidth you can get the client to do it for you.

JSZip creates .zip files with Javascript automatically for you. The biggest issue with JSZip is that the filenames are very awkward, Firefox generates filenames such as a5sZQRsx.zip.part, and Safari isn’t much better with just Unknown.


Requirements: Javascript Enabled
Demo: http://jszip.stuartk.co.uk/
License: GPL v3 and MIT License

CSS Dock v2.0 with Leaner Code & Better Documentation

Posted · Category: Menu, MIT License

CSS Dock (V2) is an experiment mimicking the Dock of OS X using only CSS. Labels, animations, reflections and indicators… it’s all there. This is Version 2 of my CSS Dock featuring leaner code and better documentation.

The dock works best in current WebKit browsers (Safari and Chrome) but the good news is: it degrades quite gracefully. So while you won’t get all effects in all browsers, the experience won’t be broken either (except for IE, of course).


Requirements: Webkit Browsers
Demo: http://michaelhue.com/cssdock/
License: MIT License

Open Source WYSIWYG Visual Editor for UI Mockups

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

Maqetta is an open source project that provides WYSIWYG visual authoring of HTML5 user interfaces. The Maqetta application itself is authored in HTML, and therefore runs in the browser without requiring additional plugins or downloads.

Maqetta allows User Experience Designers (UXD) to perform drag/drop assembly of live UI mockups. One of Maqetta’s key design goals is to create developer-ready UI mockups that promote efficient hand-off from designers to developers. The user interfaces created by Maqetta are real-life web applications that can be handed off to developers, who can then transform the application incrementally from UI mockup into final shipping application.

Maqetta is available under a commercial-friendly open source license. You can download the source code and install it on your own server, customize the code to fit your needs and/or contribute improvements to the open source project.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://maqetta.org/
License: Open Source License

Tutorial: HTML5 File Upload with Progress Bar

Posted · Category: MIT License, Upload

Html5 finally solves an age old problem of being able to upload files while also showing the upload progress. Essentially, what you need to do is hook into the server’s byte stream while it is receiving a file so you know how many bytes you’ve received and somehow convey that information back to the client browser, while it is still in the process of uploading the file.

Matlus has written a really throughout tutorial on how to make a HTML5 File Upload with Progress, which is uploading of files using XMLHttpRequest and providing upload progress information to the end-user. This solution does not require any change to the server side, at least insofar as handling the multipart/form-data protocol. So existing server side logic should remain unchanged, which makes adapting this technology that much easier.


Requirements: HTML5 Supported Browsers
Demo: http://exposureroom.biz/upload.aspx
License: MIT License

Parsing, Manipulating & Formatting Dates with Moment.js

Posted · Category: Calendar, MIT License

Moment.js is a lightweight javascript date library for parsing, manipulating, and formatting dates. It was designed to work in both the browser and in NodeJS. All code will work in both environments. All unit tests are run in both environments.

Instead of modifying the native Date.prototype, Moment.js creates a wrapper for the Dateobject. To get this wrapper object, simply call moment()with one of the supported input types. Moment.js is freely distributable under the terms of the MIT license.


Requirements: Javascript Framework
Demo: http://momentjs.com/
License: MIT License

Cupcake Auto-Generated Text is Really Sweet

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

Sometimes, I love the way people creating some really simple but really sweet web applications. Cupcake Ipsum is definitely one of them. It makes people love your project even more.

Cupcake Ipsum generates a random text based on different sweet treats. You can choose the number and the length of paragraphs, start the first paragraph with “Cupcake ipsum dolor sit amet” and if you still need to spice up your lorem ipsum – you can ”add some love” to the text. Here is what I got:

“Cupcake ipsum dolor. Sit amet brownie gummies applicake sugar plum faworki gummi bears. Cotton candy I love chocolate bar fruitcake fruitcake gingerbread I love muffin. I love I love I love croissant tiramisu jelly I love.”


Requirements: –
Demo: http://cupcakeipsum.com/
License: License Free

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