Our mission is to keep you abreast of the latest and coolest Web development trends. That’s why we publish some selected resources every month that we accidentally find worthy of your attention.
Powerful open source framework for the development of complex customized analysis systems. It consists of a front-end SDK and a back-end API that works with most databases, including mysql, postregions and mongodb.
Styles can be applied by adding CSS frameworks without defining element classes. Just include it in your project through cdn, and all your pages will change automatically. Includes dark and light themes, which can be customized through SCSS.
Rich text and media editors that output data in JSON format. It is fully modular and consists of “blocks”, which means that each structural unit is its own block (for example, paragraph, title, image are blocks), and users can easily write their own plug-ins to further expand the editor.
Very good digital step control, very suitable for up/down control or other counter control. Clicking on the arrow produces a very helpful animation and a smooth CSS effect.
A thorough CSS cleaner that retrieves HTML and CSS and returns only the actual style used. It deletes all unused style blocks, repetitive selectors, @keyframes, and so on. Highly optimized, very fast.
The Twitter team provides a powerful library of emoticons, providing standard Unicode Emoji support on all platforms. With over 3,000 emojis and a stable API, emojis is a perfect solution when you want to add emojis to your application.
React components allow you to animate the favicon icon of a website using a series of dynamically generated images. This effect can be used as a progress indicator or load indicator, or as a cool little animation to make your page stand out.
This cool script captures the elements and styles in the page and gets “screen shots” by presenting a copy of the DOM. Because screen shots are based on DOM, they may not be 100% accurate, but this library is still a good tool for debugging and automated testing.
Lightweight libraries for creating highly customizable selection boxes, text areas, and other input forms. Similar to select2 and selectize, but not dependent on jquery.