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Philter – Control CSS Filters with HTML Attributes

Posted · Category: Gallery, MIT License

Philter provides an easy way for almost anyone to post-process their content in the web. Using Philter is as easy as writing an attribute in HTML. Philter also supports hover effects. This nice effect of grayscale transition was created by Philter with one simple attribute. And some drop shadow, of course.

Have you ever wanted to apply some filters but they didn’t work as you expected? Have you ever wondered why there’s no particular filter? Well, Philter has you covered. Check out their custom filters! There ain’t much of these filters yet but further on they will be introducing more and more of them.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://specro.github.io/Philter/
License: MIT License

3D Perspective Cinema Seat Preview Experiment

Posted · Category: License Free

Maybe you are familiar with those ticket booking systems where, at some point during the purchase flow, you have to choose a seat. This is usually done when selling tickets for games, movies, flights or concerts. Wouldn’t it be cool to have some kind of “realistic” preview of the seat, i.e. see the stage or screen from the perspective of the space you chose? Of course it would :) This is the kind of question that resulted into a new experiment which Codrops would like to share with us.

It’s a Cinema Seat Preview Experiment, the idea is to show some kind of cinema room where we can choose seats from a seating plan. When choosing a seat, we’ll move to the respective position in the room and allow the user to see the real view from the chosen place. There is also a button in the center of the page that allows to unlock the rotation of the viewer, something that is quite important for a realistic view considering that we can rotate and tilt our heads.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://tympanus.net/Development/SeatPreview/
License: License Free

14 Best WordPress Themes for Your 2016 Projects

Posted · Category: Best Collections

Determining the best of anything takeseffort, and selecting the 14 best WordPress themes is no exception. We’ve done the hard work for you however, although you still have to find what is best for you is. You really can’t make a wrong choice. We’ve included Multipurpose themes and those best suited for creating eCommerce websites, or dedicated to that purpose. There’s also a premium theme if you have a One Page website in mind, and one specializing in Portfolios. Check them out and see which fits best your project.

Enfold WordPress Theme


Topping our list is Enfold. This best-selling ThemeForest WordPress theme has everything you will need to build any type of website, and do so quickly and easily. Its secret lies in the combination of predefinedcontent demos to get you started, and Enfold’s unique and extremely user-friendly drag and drop editor that will keep your project moving at a rapid clip. There’s a host of other features of course, including the Admin Area which makes Enfold a perfect theme for novices, just as it is a perfect theme for professionals.

Install the demo of your choice with a single click, and you’re off to the races. You can either build on whatever demo you select, or create your own layout. Better yet, with this flexible theme it’s no problem to choose and combine different elements from different demos.  Enfold is WooCommerce ready, and it’s the ideal theme to create an online shop. It is also retina ready and SEO ready, key featuresfor achieving eCommerce success.



In the world of premium WordPress themes, BeTheme is living proof that bigger can be better. Bigger is the more than 160 pre-built websites, a majority of which are multipage websites. Bigger is the 40 core features that make up a one of the most complete website-building tool kits you will find anywhere. Bigger is the200+ shortcodes, plus a host of other items that make it possible to build a website of any type. Muffin Builder 3 is a premier page building and editing tool that anyone can use. If you are a confirmed Visual Composer user, you can use it instead, or use both.

Choose a pre-built website, or if you prefer you can start from scratch. Select your grid, layout, and header configuration and you can still finish a page, and your website, in record time.

X Theme


X Themeis ThemeForest’s fastest growing product, and for a good reason. Version 3.0, with its incorporation of a dozen valuable Themeco plugins, triggered a significant rise in sales. Cornerstone, an innovative, state-of-the-art, frontend page builder was introduced in Version 4, and sales continued to increase. With Cornerstone and X Theme’s selection of shortcodes, you can build web pages in a snap.

X Theme is also an excellent choice for one page sites, eCommerce site projects, and blogs. The clean and organized portfolio section is also impressive, and the newly introduced Stacks feature allows you to choose from multiple, unique designs with the click of a mouse. Read the rest of this entry »

Feature.js – Light­weight Browser Feature Detec­tion Library

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Feature.js is a fast, simple and light­weight browser feature detec­tion library. It has no dependencies and weighs only 1kb minified and gzipped. Feature.js automati­cally initia­lizes itself on page load, so you don’t have to. It doesn’t, however, run any tests while ini­tia­lizing, so it will only ever run them when you ask it to. This makes it perform very fast.

With Feature.js, it’s simple to build progres­sively enhanced expe­riences that use feature detection to determine if a code can be execu­ted in the user’s browser. It is licensed under MIT license.


Requirements: JavaScript Framekwork
Demo: http://featurejs.com/
License: MIT License

Protip – jQuery Tooltip Plugin for Any Situation

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tooltips

Protip is yet another jQuery tooltip plugin for any situation. It’s not so lightweight but it doesn’t intends to be. We needed a solution which can fit into every scenario we face with. It supports 49 position, Live refresh of tooltip options, Live element checking, Gravity, DOM targets, Placements, Click activated and sticky tooltips, Custom HTML content, Interactive tooltips, In/Out delays, Auto-hide, Icon support, Skins, sizes, schemes, Animations support, Mixins, Custom event callbacks and UMD Support.


Requirements: jQuery Framekwork
Demo: http://protip.rocks/
License: MIT License

Deal of the Week: The Jam Packed Bundle

Posted · Category: Announcement

The Hungry JPEG is currently offering “The Jam Packed” January bundle to make it easier to enjoy graphic design. Perhaps one of the best deals ever offered, there are a lot of items included within this bundle. Graphic designers and do-it-yourselfers are going to enjoy 36 premium fonts along with 15 graphic packs. The deal is only available for the month of January, so once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. Gorgeous fonts are available so that no one is forced to use the standard fonts that come with the various programs in use, such as Microsoft Word and Photoshop. The fonts can be used to design flyers, signage, book covers, labels, and much more.


In addition to the fonts, there some graphic packs to make it easier to create attractive and eye catching signage, logos, and more. Many different industries can benefit from the graphics that are included in the Jam Packed bundle for January. There are hand drawn cameras, feathers, flowers, arrows, and even a pack known as “Arctic Space.” The graphic bundles come with many different PNS, EPS, and JPG formats, ranging from backgrounds to patterns to textures to postcards. A commercial license is included with all of these as well, and unlimited free support for anyone who has questions. Read the rest of this entry »

OS.js – Open Source Desktop Implementation for Your Browser

Posted · Category: License Free, Tools

OS.js is an open-source desktop implementation for your browser with a fully-fledged window manager, Application APIs, GUI toolkits and filesystem abstraction. It works in any modern browser and can be deployed on any platform using Node or PHP. OS.js is completely free and open-source which means you can contribute to the development or use the code as you like.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://os.js.org/
License: License Free

Build Your UI Toolkit with Fabricator

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

You can build your UI Toolkit with Fabricator. Fabricator is built on Node.js, a platform for building fast, scalable network applications. There are pre-built installers for each platform. You can also install with Homebrew via brew install node. You can organize your design system the way you want. Components, Structures, Elements, Atoms, Molecules, whatever – the taxonomy is up to you.

Generate a style guide from your toolkit code. Write documentation in markdown to make your toolkit easy for other developers to use. Uses gulp.js as a super-fast, highly-optimized build system to compress images, CSS, and JavaScript. Highly-portable local development environment with Handlebars and BrowserSync built-in for a fast, efficient workflow.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://fbrctr.github.io/
License: MIT License

Create Polished Resumes and CVs with HackMyResume

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

You can create polished résumés and CVs in multiple formats from your command line or shell with HackMyResume. Author in clean Markdown and JSON, export to Word, HTML, PDF, LaTeX, plain text, and other arbitrary formats. Fight the power, save trees. Compatible with FRESH and JRS resumes. HackMyResume is built with Node.js and runs on recent versions of OS X, Linux, or Windows.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://github.com/hacksalot/HackMyResume
License: MIT License

Gizmo Microservice Toolkit by The New York Times

Posted · Category: Framework

At The New York Times, their development teams have been adopting the Go programming language over the last three years to build better back-end services. They use Go for a wide variety of tasks, but the most common use throughout the company is for building JSON APIs. As they started building more and more APIs, the pains of microservices started to become apparent.

Gizmo, is open source. Gizmo offers four packages to help developers quickly configure and build microservice APIs and pubsub daemons. The config package provides a set of common, composable structs for working with tools common to technology currently at The New York Times: MySQL, MongoDB, Oracle, AWS (SNS, SQS, S3), Kafka, Gorilla’s securecookie, Gizmo Servers.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://github.com/nytimes/gizmo
License: Apache License

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