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Art-list makes it simple and affordable to license high-quality music from real musicians.

For a subscription fee of $199/ yr you can use all of their music for your next video project.

Art-list

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Tiny PNG provides smart compression of PNG & JPG. They also offer a simple developer API to compress your images.

The first 500 images per month are free ,

Tiny PNG

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The Unsplash license says it all : “All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.”

And most importantly, they also offer a development API :)

Unsplash

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Granim.js – Create fluid and interactive gradients animations with this small (< 10 kB) js library.

Granim.js

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The Bellmaker is a library of device-agnostic and device-specific media queries that will complement your exisiting CSS.

Bellmaker

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9. September 2016

jQuery Stuck it to them :)

A responsive sticky element plugin, designed to be used with Foundation, Bootstrap or your own css solution.

jQuery Stuck

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Looking for a background pattern or want to share a unique pattern of your own?

Look no more, Subtle Patterns is a quality resource for anyone searching for tilable textured patterns.

Subtl Patterns

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There are multiple solutions out there to create a nice particle network animation in Javascript.

Depending on the amount of particles interacting, they will all spin up your fan at some point ;) You can also use Three.js to create it, but that might be an overkill.

Here some  of the solutions:

  1. Particles.JS – Vincent Garreau / GitHub
  2. ParticlePayground – Jonathan Nicol / GitHub
  3. Particler  – Adam Bereziuk / GitHub
  4. Particle Network – Ken Ankomah / GitHub
  5. CANVAS PARTICLES WEB MATRIX
  6. Particle Network Animations in JS – Alex Wendland
  7. Javascript Particles Animation – Roshin Jose
  8. Connected Particles – Mike Bostock
  9. Connected Particles – Jonathan
  10. Canvas Particle Animation – Julian Laval
  11. 3D Network Graph – Joe die Stefano

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The Encom Globe is a WebGL-based clone of the globe from the boardroom scene in Tron: Legacy. Its written using Three.js, with parts implemented in GLSL.

Really amazing!

Encom Globe

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