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The Codrops CSS Reference

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

The Codrops CSS Reference is an archive containing a list of entries categorized by type: CSS property, CSS function, CSS data type, CSS at-rule and CSS pseudo-classes/selectors/elements. Each entry is an article defining and explaining a CSS property, function, data type, at-rule or pseudo-class/selector/element.

In addition to these five categories, one more category exists: CSS concept. An entry in the CSS Concept category is a complete guide to a specific CSS concept or feature.

CSS concept entries serve as a “global” entry for a group of related properties. For example, Flexbox and Counters are two concepts that have their own entries. Each entry explains what the concept means, what it does, and includes a definition and usage examples of its properties. Each entry has a header that states what category this entry belongs to, and a live search module.

css-reference

Requirements: CSS
Demo: http://tympanus.net/codrops/css_reference/
License: License Free

Prestashop Cloud Has Arrived!

Posted · Category: Information

PrestaShop was started in 2007 by Bruno Leveque when he wanted merchants to be able to sell online with the lowest costs possible. With many choices when it comes to selling online, merchants are left with some tough choices when trying to decide which platform to use. PrestaShop has been the choice for users wanting to create a powerful online store, with full control of all files and hosting options. But for some, this may have not been the best option, as they were looking for something easier.

PrestaShop has since released their latest way for merchants to start selling online, PrestaShop Cloud. This is a free service that allows you to set up a store within two minutes. You can go from merchandise to merchant in seconds. With the business being worldwide and millions of users, this is a huge boost for online sales. PrestaShop Cloud is backed by the latest version of PrestaShop, but instead of having to host it yourself, PrestaShop takes care of that with free cloud hosting.

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All you need is a computer and a dream. PrestaShop also conducts live training sessions for those who want to dive deeper into the software and the cloud version even comes with free support. If you are a bit leery on what will attract a customer, PrestaShop can help you with that. They have a creative team of over 120 employees who can assist you on some of the best tips for creating an online store. You can get hands on service without having to leave your home. With the new PrestaShop Cloud, this can be achieved in a click or two. The setup process is quite simple, and your store will be ready to customize basically instantaneously.

What many merchants have worried about is having the capital to start an online business. Previous methods of creating an online store require you to pay a developer thousands to design a custom ecommerce website, or for you to pay monthly fees, and commissions off your sales. But now with this new PrestaShop cloud version, none of that is needed. PrestaShop Cloud now has eliminated that burden, all you need to decide is what you want to sell. With new users coming on at 1,000 per day, this is off to a huge success.

Now of course there are some ways you can spend money using PrestaShop. PrestaShop sells various templates for your ecommerce store, along with thousands of modules (think of them as apps) to meet all the various needs of your store. PrestaShop comes with over 310 features out of the gate, but if you are looking to boost that even more they offer various addons to help with SEO, building custom newsletters, etc.

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For the new business starting up, and the consumer, this is huge. Costs come down all around. You can rely on PrestaShop to provide the service needed that you couldn’t afford before. This type of financial freedom is usually only seen with third party selling sites such as eBay and Amazon, where your store is on their domain. With PrestaShop, it’s your own store on your own domain. With having the creative support, your ecommerce store can stand out amongst the others and this will provide a huge boost to any merchant’s confidence. You will also not have to be concerned about newer software as this is taken care of for you since the Cloud version updates itself. PrestaShop Cloud allows your energy to go where you want it to: Your business. You can be assured that your company will be given the time and attention it deserves without having to worry about the cost associated with running an online store.

For the merchant looking to sell online, now is really the best time. PrestaShop is safe and user friendly. Your private information is safe and secure. You can be confident in your shopping experience. With over 200,000 stores using PrestaShop, this is truly a win-win. Have you used PrestaShop before? Have you tried the new Cloud version? Let us know in the comments below!

Easy Multi-Device Data Synchronization through Browser

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Nunchuck.js is a library for mobile web-based control of browser applications. It’s easy multi-device data synchronization through the browser. They provide a library that easily allows developers to integrate mobile browser controls into desktop browser-based javascript games with very few (<15) lines of code.

nunchuck-js

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

Aurelia – Modular, Simple and Testable JS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Aurelia is a next generation JavaScript client framework that leverages simple conventions to empower your creativity. With its strong focus on developer experience, Aurelia can enable you to not only create amazing applications, but also enjoy the process. They’ve designed it with simple conventions in mind so you don’t need to waste time with tons of configuration or write boilerplate code just to satisfy a stubborn or restrictive framework. It’s been carefully designed to be pluggable and customizable.

These libraries have been used to develop thousands of applications for virtually every industry. They’ve harnessed this rich experience and used it to build Aurelia, the most advanced and developer friendly front-end framework today.

aurelia

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://aurelia.io/
License: MIT License

IO.js – Node.js with an Open Governance Model

Posted · Category: Framework

io.js is a JavaScript platform built on Chrome’s V8 runtime. This project began as a fork of Joyent’s Node.js™ and is compatible with the npm ecosystem.

Why? io.js aims to provide faster and predictable release cycles. It currently merges in the latest language, API and performance improvements to V8 while also updating libuv and other base libraries. This project aims to continue development of io.js under an “open governance model” as opposed to corporate stewardship.

io-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: https://iojs.org/
License: Check License Agreement

Vivaldi – A New Browser for Our Friends

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

In 1994, two programmers started working on a web browser. Their idea was to make a really fast browser, capable of running on limited hardware, keeping in mind that users are individuals with their own requirements and wishes. Opera was born. Their little piece of software gained traction, Their group grew and a community was created. They stayed close to their users and to their roots. They kept improving their software, based on their users feedback, as well as their own ideas on how to make a great browser.

Fast forward to 2015, the browser they once loved has changed its direction. Sadly, it is no longer serving its community of users and contributors who helped build the browser in the first place. They must make a new browser – Vivaldi. A browser for themselves and a browser for their friends. A browser that is fast, but also a browser that is rich in functionality, highly flexible and puts the user first. A browser that is made for you.

vivaldi

Requirements: -
Demo: https://vivaldi.com/
License: License Free

Intercooler.js – Making AJAX As Simple As Anchor Tags

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

With intercooler you can add AJAX to your application without using client-side models, routing, validation, rendering, factories or dependency injection. In fact, you don’t need to write any javascript at all.

Intercooler is a natural extension of HTML: simple attributes with a familiar syntax are all that is required to add AJAX requests to your application. Intercooler does use javascript to communicate with a server, but the events triggering the requests are described with HTML attributes (or are simply implied) rather than with imperative javascript.

Rather than expecting a JSON response from the server, intercooler expects HTML. This HTML is then loaded into the DOM directly. This is in contrast with Javascript MVC frameworks such as Ember.js or Angular.js, which typically use JSON as a data transport and have much more involved client-side binding and rendering.

intercooler-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://intercoolerjs.org/
License: MIT License

SpaceBase – Sass-based Responsive CSS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

SpaceBase is a Sass-based responsive CSS framework. Many CSS frameworks are meant to be included and left alone. But spaceBase is a boilerplate layer that can be built upon and tailored for your needs. It combines best practices for today’s responsive web with the core components we use on every project. Consider it the launch pad for your adventures into cyberspace.

spaceBase is the front-end starter files for any new web project. It sets up your Sass architecture and normalizes your CSS and native HTML elements. It provides the structural groundwork for your application. SpaceBase is meant to be copied into your project for further modifications. The SCSS files in scss/base/ are usually not modified much, but the files in scss/ui/ are meant to be completely tailored to your project.

spacebase

Requirements: Sass CSS Framework
Demo: http://spacebase.space150.com/
License: MIT License

Matter.js – A 2D Physics Engine for the Web

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Matter.js is a JavaScript 2D rigid body physics engine for the web. The Matter.Engine module contains methods for creating and manipulating engines. An engine is a controller that manages updating and rendering the simulation of the world. Matter.js is currently only alpha status, meaning the API is still in development and may change occasionally. The library is reasonably stable as-is, but it is not yet feature complete.

matter-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://brm.io/matter-js-demo/
License: MIT License

Deal of the Week: 70 Professional Gesture Vector Icons

Posted · Category: Information

Icons help explain universal actions and information for apps and websites. Gesture icons, however, show you exactly what you need to do to your smartphone or tablet to get the desired result you’re looking for. Yes, gesture icons are really taking off now and can do a fabulous job of easily explaining your application.

With this 70 Professional Gesture Vector Icons, you’ll get 70 Gesture Icons covering all the popular gestures used on multi-touch interfaces. Fully customizable and scalable, these icons also come in 4 pre-set sizes. Normally this set of icons sells for $25, but for a limited time only you can get all 70 Gesture Icons for just $9. That’s a 64% savings off the regular price!

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