- Lazy Loading Mosaic Tiling Plugin
- Simple Text Annotations
- Clicky Menus!
- Responsive Dropdown Menu (Vanilla Navbar Menu)
indiepenby Hendrik and André from yetanother.blog
indiepen is a solution for showing code samples without the need of a code sharing platform, like codepen. Just reference a index.html, main.js and styles.css from wherever you want and indiepen is wrapping it with a neat viewer inside an IFrame.
Panzoomby Cesar Morillas
Lazy Loading Mosaic Tiling Pluginby Christopher Peloso
Do you have a bunch of images you want to show in a masonry layout on your website? Whith Chris’ JS library it’s just a one-liner. It supports responsiveness and lazy-loading in tiny 132 lines of JS code and 4 CSS classes. Amazing!
guggenheim.jsby Will McKenzie
Another approach on showing images in a gallery is Guggenheim.js. It’s not responsive, but has sophisticated filtering options. Perfect for quickly finding a keyworded photo.
ScrollTriggerby Greensock Inc.
Greensocks ScrollTrigger is unparalleled among scroll animation libraries. Based on its own GSAP library, ScrollTrigger can animate almost everthing, when the user is scolling through a website. Want to see it in action? Visit their demo page with dozens of examples…
WinBox.jsby Nextapps GmbH
Print.jsby Rodrigo Vieira
Print.js is a library, that helps you printing anything, which can be shown in a browser. Primarily written to print PDF, it supports now also HTML (including forms), JSON and all sorts of images, even multiple. It formats the wanted content if needed and shows up the browsers print dialog. Pretty neat.
Simple Text Annotationsby Jacek Jarczok
Some texts on websites require commenting. Jacek has developed a simple and elegant solution for such annotations, that works on any device without any dependencies.
Clicky Menus!by Mark Root-Wiley
Mark has created a one-level dropdown navigation menu, which is fully accessible, either by mouse click, touch or keyboard. It supports all Modern Browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and even the “new IE” Safari.
Responsive Dropdown Menu (Vanilla Navbar Menu)by Rizal
Smooth-side-barby Pham Quang Huy
This sidebar solution from Pham Quang Huy recalls the sidebars Microsoft, Atlassian and others are using in their dashboards. You can fold/unfold them in order to show menu details or the icons only. See the demo …
Podtablejsby Afuwape Sunday
Podtable is a library to make tables responsive to fit smaller devices. It shows as many columns as possible and hides all others behind a detail button to show them in a separate row if needed. It has no dependencies and varius options to customize the behaviour. See the demo …
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