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This library allows you to add parallax scrolling animation effects in your designs. You can use variables and properties directly in your CSS, or use JS for even better animations. It runs very smoothly, is framework independent, works great on desktop and mobile devices, and supports touch input.
Proton native allows you to create native desktop applications for all platforms. It has the same syntax as React Native, supports existing React libraries like Redux and is compatible with most Node.js packages. It works with native components and electron is not required anymore.
Normalize.css is a modern library for CSS reset. It provides better cross-browser consistency of the default styles of HTML elements. It also minimizes browser inconsistencies, and improves usability.
This is a headless web crawler power by Headless Chrome. It has a simple API, which allows you to easily set up concurrency, retry and delay methods. It supports depth-first search and breadth-first search crawling algorithms, pluggable cache storages like Redis, and allows you to export in CSV and JSON format.
A library that can be used for handling force touch, 3D touch and pointer pressure. It has a simple API that is compatible with most browsers and a built-in tool for recognizing force sensitive devices. It also supports multi-finger touch.
An interesting collection of pure css loading animations. It is very simple and easy to use and customize. It includes various types of animations like transform, rotate, fade in, and more. The animations work on all modern browsers, including IE9+.
React slider kit allows you to create slider components in your react applications. It offers different types of sliders like 1D, 2D, single, range, horizontal and vertical. You can set the slider's min and max value, the start and step point and more.
Polacode is a VisualStudio Code extension with which you can take beautiful screenshots of your code with some really nice visual effects. It hides the editor UI and adds shadow, padding and rounded corners to your screenshots.
Prompts is an easy to use library for creating beautiful prompts for command line apps and utilities. It is lightweight and self contained, with no external dependencies. The library uses promises exclusively and works great with async/await.