07 Jan Fresh Resources for Web developers-January 2016
Flat Slider: jQuery UI comes with a collection of common web interface including a Slider — a UI which allows user to select a range of numeric values. The Flat Slider is a web tool that makes customizing the jQUery UI style, which was once a very daunting task, a lot easier now.
Utility Open-type: Utility Open-type is a collection of drop-in classes to apply advanced CSS typographic features such font ligatures, small capital letter, and a lot more. They basically give the best possible reading experience for your users in fine detail. It degrades nicely in older, unsupported browsers.
Linear: Linear is a ruler app for Mac. You can use the ruler to measure web pages, find out the size of an element without having to open the DevTools or figure out if an element is perfectly centered. You can have multiple rulers, and switch the unit from PX to EM.
StickyStack: StickyStack is a jQuery plugin to create a stack scrolling experience, when a panel reaches the top of the viewport, it sticks there, while further scrolling pulls up the next panel. It is a lightweight plugin with a few options to configure the page container, stack section, as well as the box-shadow of the stacks.
Viewer: Viewer is jQuery plugin for image lightbox — a fancy popular way to zoom-in images on the web. The plugin comes with an overwhelming options that allows you to customize every bit of the lightbox interface.
The plugin also provides a set of APIs and custom Events for total control over the lightbox response and behavior. What’s more, it works down to Internet Explorer 8.
Clrs: Clrs is an initiative to redefine default web colors into a more eye-friendly, modern color tone. Additionally, it advocates a set of color combinations for better accessibility. You can deploy these colors through NPM, Gem (Ruby), and Photoshop and Illustrator color swatches.
BookBlock: BookBlock is jQuery plugin to create a booklet with the page-flip effect. It is a beautiful alternative to display multiple images on your website, particularly if there is a sequence or flow that you want to showcase.