Home » Development » CSS » Page 4
“Koala is a GUI application for Less, Sass, Compass and CoffeeScript compilation, to help web developers to use them more efficiently. Koala can run in windows, linux and mac.”
Koala / GitHub
The library allows you to extract CSS files into a data structure, manipulate the data and output optimized CSS.
“Grav is a Fast, Simple, and Flexible, file-based Web-platform. There is Zero installation required. Just extract the ZIP archive, and you are already up and running. It follows similar principles to other flat-file CMS platforms, but has a different design philosophy than most.
Grav comes with a powerful Package Management System to allow for simple installation and upgrading of plugins and themes, as well as simple updating of Grav itself.”
A Sass mixin for creating angled edges on sections by dynamically encoding SVGs.
Transformicons are animated symbols/buttons/icons that morph using a combination of SVG, CSS and HTML.
They also offer a builder to tweak the set.
A simple, accessible and customizable HTML5, YouTube and Vimeo media player.
The clip-path property allows you to make complex shapes in CSS by clipping an element to a basic shape (circle, ellipse, polygon, or inset), or to an SVG source.
Can you use it ? Check CanIUse ..
Clippy allows you to create those clip paths with use. Use presets or create your own. Copy and past css and you are done ;)
MJML is a markup language designed to reduce the pain of coding a responsive email. Its semantic syntax makes it easy and straightforward and its rich standard components library speeds up your development time and lightens your email codebase. MJML’s open-source engine generates high quality responsive HTML compliant with best practices.
A simple jQuery plugin to extract the dominant color of an image and apply it to the background of its parent element.
Github / Demo
And another website dealing with Flexbox patterns.
“Flexbox is awesome, but it introduces many new concepts that can make it difficult to use. These interactive examples will show you practical ways to use it to build UI components. They start out simple and get more complex near the end. You can start using these patterns in your own code right away, though I recommend you apply accessibility best practices to the markup (like using semantic HTML5 elements).”
Check it out / Github