Here's the 178th Weekly Web Design & Development Collective that aims to introduce fresh new, trendy and easy-to-use web design & development resources (freebies, codes, graphics, tools, inspiration, etc) from the past week. Have fun with it and remember to share with your friends.
Web Design & Development News: Collective #178
Cross-browser storage for all use cases • Used across the web.
A full-featured framework for building command line applications (cli) with node.js, including help generation, colored output, verbosity control, custom logger, coercion and casting, typos suggestions, and auto-complete for bash/zsh/fish.
Poxi is a modern, hackable pixel art editor for the browser with focus on elegance, simplicity and productivity.
Neutrino is a companion tool which lets you build web and Node.js applications with shared presets or configurations. It intends to make the process of initializing and building projects much simpler by providing minimal development dependencies.
Lightweight, high-performance and smooth pull element effect that support all directions.
Light-weight, Non-jquery and RTL-supported Slider.
Propeller Material Design
Propeller is a front-end responsive framework based on Google's Material Design Standards & Bootstrap. It makes your website more attractive, consistent, and functionally powerful.
Bootstrap Directional Buttons
Directional / Arrow buttons for Bootstrap.
A CSS survival kit. Includes only the essentials to make camp.
A library agnostic, pragmatic implementation of the Float Label Pattern.
nunuStudio is a three.js based framework for 3D and VR applications that runs direcly on the browser without the need for additional plugins using WebGL and WebVR.
A arctic, north-bluish color palette. Created for the clean- and minimal flat design pattern to achieve a optimal focus and readability for code syntax highlighting and UI. It consists of a total of sixteen, carefully selected, dimmed pastel colors for a eye-comfortable, but yet colorful ambiance.
First Person Sunglasses Try-On Experiment
A fun "try-on" experiment that shows a first person view through the colored lenses of sunglasses, mimicking the movement of putting them on and off.