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Tailwind is a utility-first CSS framework for building custom user interfaces. Every Tailwind utility comes in multiple sizes, which makes it really easy to create responsive interfaces. You can customize colors, border sizes, fonts, shadows and a lot more, the way you like, without any restrictions.
HEML is an open source XML based markup language for building responsive emails. It has the same structure as HTML, where html tags are replaced with HEML tags. It makes creating emails as easy as developing websites. It also allows you to create and share your own powerful elements and style rules.
Webpack Monitor is a tool for monitoring webpack optimization metrics throughout the development process. You can easily implement the best practice optimizations into your project and check your bundle history. It also offers an elegant dashboard that gives you information about your optimizations and provides a fast and efficient user experience.
This is a pure CSS library for creating beautiful checkbox and radio buttons. It offers different shapes(square, curve, round), variants(default, fill, thick), color(primary, success,info), color types(solid, outline) and animations(smooth, tada, jelly). It supports custom font icons, SVG icons and SCSS customization.
This is a free and open source CSS framework based on Flexbox. Bulma has 39 .sass files that can be imported individually. You can easyily customize it and create your own themes with colors and variables that you like. Every element in Bulma is mobile-first and optimized for small screens.
A progressive static-site framework for React, created by Nozzle.io. It has incredibly fast run time and build performance and offers an amazing user experience. Build entirely with React, it supports all of the React ecosystem, including CSS-in-JS libraries, GraphQl and Redux.
This is a web component for drawing patterns with CSS. The syntax of css-doodle is based on CSS and includes some extra functions and properties. It generates a grid of divs that can easily be manipulated with CSS to create a graphic pattern or an animated graph. It works on latest versions of Chrome and Safary without any polyfills.
This is a low level validation library for validating objects based on custom rules. It gives you full freedom over the validation rules and can be used for form inputs, deeply nested objects, or any other data structure, both client and server side.
React monocle is a developer tool for visualizing the component hierarchy of your React application. It scans the React source files and then generates a visual tree graph representing your React components in a hierarchical model. It supports React-Router and Redux.
A powerful and easy to use on-scroll library with useful options and animations. It comes with vanilla Sass and offers a large number of CSS3 animations like bounceIn, fadeIn, flip, rotate, zoom in and much more. T-scroll is compatible with most of the modern browsers including IE 10+, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
A modern library for CSS reset. It provides a number of useful features like applying 'code' box-sizing: border-box to all elements, resetting padding and margin to all elements, removing the outline when hovering in all browsers and more. Ress uses customized version of Normalize.css to apply a solid base to start your stylesheet.
An advanced open-source Content Management Framework for building powerful APIs. It has an easy-to use and completely customizable admin panel. You can install extensible plugins to add new features and functionalities. Strapi delivers incredibly fast performance and can be used with any front-end framework and third party tools.