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By combining the calculation power of d3 and React's virtual DOM updates, vx provides a collection of excellent reusable components for visualizing data. The components are independent and you can use only the ones you need.
Image gallery and lightbox plugin with a focus on mobile devices supporting touch gestures like pinch and swipe. It is very beginner-friendly with lots of useful event handlers and customization options.
Feathers is a Node.js framework for creating secure RESTful APIs. It can be used both as a traditional Express router and as a real-time message transmitter thanks to the built-in socket support. Other features include a CLI for quickly bootstrapping new projects, easy integration with popular JS frameworks, and a rich plugin ecosystem.
Embedo adds a layer on top of third party embed APIs while ensuring best practices and native guidelines for each component. It handles external SDKs, oEmbeds, and adds responsiveness, making integration with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other services much easier.
CSS-only tooltip library that's super easy to use, very lightweight, and buttery smooth. The tooltips have several built-in options for controlling their direction, size, and animations, while other customizations can be done via SASS.
Library for working with PNG files. It includes an encoder for creating new PNGs and a decoder for reading ArrayBuffer binary data. UPNG also has built in compression that can reduce the size of images both with and without loss of quality.
render() method which takes a Date object and returns a string in the selected format. Tinytime allows you to define reusable format templates, improving performance and cleaning up the code.
iotaCSS is a CSS framework that is built for scale and rich customization with an Object Oriented SASS-driven architecture. It is made up of independent modules, each containing an optional part of the framework like components, setting and utilities.
A CLI app that allows you to package Node.js projects as executables and run them on machines that don't even have Node installed. It works cross-platform with Linux, Windows, macOS, and freeBSD supported.
Sakura is a unique CSS framework that works without having to add any classes to the HTML. Just drop the sakura.css stylesheet to any page and it will inherit default typography and element styles. Having no classes makes Sakura perfect for markdown generated pages and quick experiments.
jQuery plugin for creating interactive timelines that let you display chronologically images and stories in a nice animated widget. The required HTML markup is very reasonable and there are lots of customization options.