Kirby is a PHP file‑based CMS. It has a jQuery-Inspired API and Content can be created with any Markdown Editor.
Its all about simplifying things :)
“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.”
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.
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.
I am starting a small list of Material Design resources. If you have anything to share, let me know in the comments.
Code My UI provides handpicked code snippets, you can use in your own web projects. You can find website design inspiration, plus some code samples.
Code My UI
It is an animation proxy: used as a wrapper of your chosen library, it may allow you to do more and better and it makes easy to switch from one library to another any time you want. Currently it can work together with GSAP, Velocity.js, Transit (CSS transitions) or jQuery.
As a big velocity fan, Tweene provides some nice unique additional options and the timeline feature pushes things to new levels ;)
SPLIT PANES / DOCKER allow you to display multiple areas, either side by side or one on top of each other. Nested layouts are often part of it. By dragging a divider that appears between the areas, the user can specify how much of the total width / height goes to each area.
I have been building a backend interface in the past weeks, that forced me to look into ways to organize the workspace more efficiently . I could code my own splitter, but is not a priority right now and makes no sense to always reinvent the wheel :)
Here some of the options out there…
This uses the jQuery UI draggable component and provides limited options :)