Fresh Resources for Web Designers and Developers (May 2016)
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jQueryMy is a jQuery plugin to handle real-time data binding. It is compatible with native browser controls or inputs as well as a UI library like jQuery UI out of the box. It is equipped with validation, conditional formatting, and complex dependencies management which seems to make it a great – yet, lighter – alternative to an MV* framework like Backbone.js, Ember.js and Vue.js
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Developing a smooth page transition could be a real painful. We need to think of handling browser support for the History APIs, caching, pre-loading, as well as the animation to ensure it works as smooth and fast. SmoothState comes with all these in one package, allowing us to get the experience up and running in less time.
In short, SketchRunner is similar to the OS X Spotlight, Alfred, or the SublimeText Command Palette. It is a Sketch extension that gives a simple search interface to do several tasks normally done in the app menu. It streamlines to help you be more productive.
Maintainable CSS is an online book comprising many years of experience, refined techniques to compose stellar CSS that is maintainable in the long run throughout generations.
This is a collection of snippets and drop-in HTML and CSS to build interface, such as header, footer, menu navigation, using the CSS Flexbox. If you find using Flexbox hard to comprehend, this is a great source of inspiration to finally learn Flexbox.
Another color picker with a cool user interface. You can drag and drop colors to create your own color palette, making this a more visual and organized approach to building up a color scheme. Sign up to create an account to save your collections.