Here's the 361st 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 #361
Blazing fast & lightweight (157 bytes) date formatting for Node.js and the browser.
Near-zero runtime, server-side rendering, multi-variant support, and best-in-class developer experience.
Responsive Beautiful Login Page Template
Pasukon generates parsers using an easy to learn grammar. It's based on parser combinators, and also implements a lexing step. It is highly extensible (you can make your own lexer and combinators), has no external dependencies, and works in both Node.js and Browser.
A free online tool that uses AI and the rule of thirds to automatically crop input photos into square headshots at a smart ratio without sending images to any server, perfect for social media profiles like Linkedin and Twitter that need tight crop. It can even batch-crop multiple images!
A CSS skeleton loader library that creates an animated skeleton preview of your block content (e.g. text, cards, images) when the data is loading.
img-to-html is a Python script that converts every pixel from an image, to a HTML element.
With carbonium, you can call $(selector) and the result can be accessed as both an DOM element and an array of matched elements. DOM element operations are applied to all matched elements.
0-legacy, tiny & fast web framework as a replacement of Express.
Process Flow Diagram In Pure CSS
A Pure CSS library to render a Process Flow Diagram illustrating the relationships between nodes defined in nested HTML lists.
5 Best And Free Author Box WordPress Plugins
5 best and full free WordPress author box plugins from which you can use in your next website or blog.
A tutorial on how to create a hover effect for a menu where images appear with an animation on each item.
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