- Frontle - BottomSheet
- Add to Calendar Button
- Responsive Full Page Scroll
Frontle - BottomSheetby Frontl (HyeongJun Yun)
downupPopup.jsby Ali Dinçer
Ali’s downupPopup is a wonderful UI element for replacing boring dialogs or showing additional information in a sliding panel, similar to the the previous BottomSheet. It masters HTML, forms and can be shown with a duration and full screen.
Pikadayby David Bushell and Ramiro Rikkert
Add to Calendar Buttonby Jens Kürschner
Letting the user select a date is just the first part of a process when it comes to making appointments. In the second part, the appointment must be added to the user's own calendar. This button makes it very easy in terms of Outlook, Google Calendar, Yahoo or as an ICS file.
Tippy.jsby James, somewhere from Australia
Tooltip libraries really exist a lot. But Tiffy, a side project of Floating UI (now Popper), offers so many possibilities that I replace existing ones with it. Animations, Themes, Add-Ons, Plugins, and much more. Even SVG's are supported. Awesome!
Responsive Full Page Scrollby Fabian Graßl
If you throw this library on a bit of HTML you get a wonderful a full screen scrolling page that can be activated and deactivated using a media query. Perfect for marketing pages or photo slideshows.
lucafalasco/scroll-snapby Luca Falasco
This library helps to snap a page when user stops scrolling. It is build on top of the CSS feature
scroll-snap, but offers a customizable configuration and a consistent cross browser behaviour.
Bgzy.jsby Nino Camdzic
ScrollyVideo.jsby Daniel Kao
Parallax effects when scrolling through a website are well known by now. But the fact that you can use a video for this was new to me. What an idea! And how cool it looks in the end…
Cal-Heatmapby Wan from Dubai
Anyone who has ever been on GitHub knows the heatmaps that show when and how often commits have taken place. But this kind of chart can be used for other things, Wan probably thought and made a library out of it.
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