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18. June 2017

CSS responsive grid of hexagons allows you to easily create just that for images and some text. Nice way to present a portfolio.

  • The hexagon grid is responsive according to the width of the container (#hexGrid)
  • Hexagons keep their aspect ratio according to their width
  • The number of hexagons per row is adaptive and changes from 5 to 2 on media query break points
  • A title and short text slide in on hexagon hover and focus
  • Hexagons and can be cycled through with tab (keyboard navigation)

GitHub

 

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18. June 2017

Hamburgers is a collection of tasty CSS-animated hamburger icons. Also included is the source as a Sass library. It’s modular and customizable, so cook up your own hamburger.

GitHub

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18. June 2017

Snap.svg Animator is an open sourced plugin for Animate CC that exports animations for the web rendered in SVG.

It uses the Snap.svg JavaScript library to dynamically draw SVG content at runtime. Snap.svg is a JavaScript library created by Dmitry Baranovskiy, who also created Raphaël.js.

A simple API allows you to write and manipulate SVG content in the browser.

Adobe PluginSnap.SVG

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14. May 2017

Element queries are a new way of thinking about responsive web design where the responsive conditions apply to elements on the page instead of the width or height of the browser.
Unlike CSS @media queries, @element Queries are aware of more than just the width and height of the browser, you can write responsive conditions for a number of different situations like how many characters of text or child elements an element contains.
Another concept that element queries brings to CSS is the idea of ‘scoping’ your styles to one element in the same way that JavaScript functions define a new scope for the variables they contain.”

Element Query Conditions

Width-based Conditions

Height-based Conditions

Count-based Conditions

Scroll-based Conditions

Aspect-based Conditions

Meta-Selectors

Element Queries

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6. May 2017

Icon set made with pure css code, no dependencies.

Github

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5. April 2017

  1. Data source: Array or Function (useful for asynchronous operations, e.g. calling an API).
  2. Styling: Use any CSS/framework of choice (Flexbox). You can also define how items are rendered and change default classnames.
  3. Keyboard navigation: use arrows keys to navigate.
  4. Events: several events are emitted to allow for custom behavior.
  5. Module formats: Provided as an npm module (CommonJS), a jQuery plugin, and exported as the global finder.

FinderJS

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29. March 2017

Inspect styles in a simple, well-organized & beautiful way with this Chrome extension. You can select any object to get more specific information about them. Also a nice way to browse color palettes of websites you visit.

CSSPeeper

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24. March 2017

Read passages from literature’s greatest such as H.G. Wells, instead the old boring Lorem Ipsums 😉

Fillerati

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24. March 2017

The Lorem Ipsum Generator for all us pirates …ARG!

Pirateipsum.me

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15. March 2017

  1. 800 Google fonts
  2. Search and explore
  3. Preview and compare
  4. Windows / MacOS

Fontea

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