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Serve Responsive Retina Images with Dense.js

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Dense is a jQuery plugin that offers an easy way to serve device pixel ratio aware images, bringing in retina support to your website. Clear the blurry, images be crisp.

The responsive, retina-ready image is implemented by simply including the jQuery plugin on the page and calling its $.fn.dense() initializer method. The initializer method is set to target those img elements that should serve retina-ready images when needed. The plugin can be included and invoked by using either browser globals or AMD.

dense-js

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://dense.rah.pw/
License: MIT License

An Open Source & Hackable Browser in JavaScript

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Breach is a browser for the HTML5 era. It’s entirely written in Javascript. Free. Modular. Hackable. Everything in the browser is a module, a web-app running in its own process. Construct your own browsing experience by selecting the right modules for you.

Want vertical tabs? Write some JS & CSS! Customised autocomplete engine? JS! Every behavior is programmatic and exposed through APIs. The entire technological stack is opensource. Modify existing modules and create your owns to extend the behavior of Breach.

breach

Requirements: –
Demo: http://breach.cc/
License: MIT License

Deal of the Week: The Handpicked Bundle with Bonus

Posted · Category: Information

Looking for a good way to refresh your resource library? How about stocking up on over $1,100 worth of themes, fonts, Photoshop actions, awesome graphics, and more for only $39? Creative Market has released a new Handpicked Bundle that gives you exactly that. You’ll have to act fast though, because this deal only lasts one week.

The Creative Market Bundle is valued at $1,151, but you can pick it up today for just $39. That’s 96% off. They are also giving part of it away free, all you have to do is go to the bundle page and use the share buttons.

bundle

Avoid Using Similar Colors with CSS Colorguard

Posted · Category: Color Schemes

Every CSS project starts out with good intentions, but inevitably, one too many people eye-dropper colors into nooks and crannies that you never knew existed. CSS Colorguard helps you maintain the color set that you want, and warns you when colors you’ve added are too similar to ones that already exist. Naturally, it’s all configurable to your tastes.

colors-css

Requirements: –
Demo: https://github.com/SlexAxton/css-colorguard
License: Apache License 2.0

Create Atomic Design Systems with Pattern Lab

Posted · Category: MIT License, Tools

Pattern Lab is a collection of tools to help you create atomic design systems. At its core, Pattern Lab is a custom static site generator that constructs an interface by stitching atoms, molecules, and organisms together to form templates and pages.

Pattern Lab serves as your project’s pattern library and frontend style guide, but you’re simultaneously able to see components abstractly and in context. Testing across multiple browsers and devices is tedious. Page Follow streamlines the development process by syncing navigation from one browser with any other browser connected to the same Pattern Lab site.

pattern-lab

Requirements: –
Demo: http://patternlab.io/
License: MIT License

Concise Framework with Object-Oriented CSS Principles

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

There are many other front-end development frameworks in the world today. So why another framework? They come with over 5,000 lines of CSS, and equally as much JavaScript. They attempt to solve every single problem for every single situation that a front-end developer could be put in and you know what?

Concise is built so that you have a lot of options handed to you out of the box. It comes built from the ground-up to be mobile friendly and includes a simple grid system, beautiful typography, and a few other bells and whistles. However, it is also built super lean, with a little over 2,000 thousand lines of CSS, and a few hundred lines of JavaScript. Concise is specifically built to be customized, tinkered with, and hacked.

The whole goal for people using Concise is that they can use the framework to fuel their own creation. The framework comes with very few pre-defined styles, so overriding styles is never a hassle.

concisecss

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

Visual Designers Checklist for Your Workflow

Posted · Category: Information

Visual Designers Checklist are merely suggestions for your workflow. You can contribute on Github or make a fork and create your own unique workflow checklist. This list is meant for visual designers working within a team setting where visual comps and exploration will be shared with a developer. Checkboxes are persistent (they won’t uncheck on refresh) where localstorage is supported.

designers-checklist

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

Create Smart Fixed Navigation with JavaScript

Posted · Category: License Free, Menu

Smart Fixed Navigation is a fixed navigation that allows your users to access the menu at any time while they are experiencing your website. It’s smaller than a full-width fixed header, and replaces the back-to-top button with a smarter UX solution.

smart-fixed-navigation

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://codyhouse.co/gem/smart-fixed-navigation/
License: License Free

How to Create Simpsons Characters in Pure CSS

Posted · Category: Information

The Simpsons is an American family animated sitcom created by Matt Groening. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, the longest-running American animated program. The Simpsons is widely considered to be one of the greatest television series of all time. So, how about making Simpsons characters in pure CSS?

“First of all I took each character’s face and broke it up into different shapes that I could then piece together to create the character,” Chris Pattle explains. “You often see artists do the same kind of thing when demonstrating their drawing techniques so I figured it was the right way to start. The hardest part of this was breaking down the character into shapes that I knew I could create with CSS.” Chris Pattle said.

simpsons-css

Requirements: CSS
Demo: http://pattle.github.io/simpsons-in-css/
License: All images are copyright to their respective owners

JS Plugin for Viewing Images on Full Screen

Posted · Category: Gallery, MIT License

Intense Images is a stand alone javascript library for viewing images on the full screen. Using the touch/mouse position for panning. All styling of image elements is up to the user, Intense.js only handles the creation, styling and management of the image viewer and captions.

There aren’t many restrictions for the html elements you want to use to activate the Intense image viewer, the one manditory attribute is either a src or a data-image, which needs to point to an image file. You can use data-image if you want to load in a different version of the image to the original source.

intense-images

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://tholman.com/intense-images/
License: MIT License

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