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Slideshows and Image Sliders with HTML5 / CSS3: Slider.JS

Slider.js is an easy-to-use customizable Javascript library to create image slideshows. Slider.js relies on latest web technologies: the power of CSS Transitions to perform awesome and efficient effects and the HTML5 Canvas to perform some non trivial transitions. It comes with 13 CSS Transitions and 10 built-in Canvas transition functions including following features: Each slide can have images, text captions…

Gmail-like Client Side Drafts: Sisyphus.JS

Imagine you're filling a complex form on site, or typing effervescent and extensive comment. And when you're almost done with that browser is crashed, or you closed tab mistakenly, or electricity is turned off, or something else break your efforts. Disgusting, huh? With Sisyphus, you just reopen page in your modern (with HTML5 support) browser and see all your changes…

JavaScript Library for Touch Devices: Web 2.0 Touch

If developing applications for touch devices (smart phones, tablets etc.) is your forte, we recommend that you check out Web 2.0 Touch. It is a small JavaScript library that allows you to build and enhance your mobile applications for touch-enabled devices. As it is based on Web kit engine (with jQuery and iScroll), Web 2.0 Touch allows you to create or enhance…

Multi-node Range Slider: jQ Slider

One of the major challenges for user of data driven applications such as dashboard and financial applications is working with huge chunks of data. They usually have to sift through data, navigate to data entries, find transactions or locate records. With traditional interface designs, it often becomes a touch task. Users want easy and quick solutions to dig down information. And this…

Response JS: Build Performance Optimized, Mobile-First Responsive Websites

Believe it or not, 77% of world's population has a mobile device and 85% devices sold in 2011 offered a web browser. What does it mean for web designers and developers? The foremost concern for every web developer or designer should be optimizing user experience on mobile devices. But it is not as easy as it sounds unless you employ the…

Dynamic Carousel: Free Carousel Plugin for Responsive Layouts

Responsive layout is a popular subject of interest for developers and designers of web applications. In fact, it has become important for web developers and designers to master responsive layout techniques because of increasing numbers of iPad, smart phone and tablets of all sizes. There are already a number of open source tools and plugins shared on this website that…

Responsive Image Gallery with Thumbnail Carousel

Today we are sharing a nice tutorial on how to create a responsive image gallery with a thumbnail carousel. Inspired by Twitter’s “user gallery”, here is an implementation of a responsive gallery that adapts to the view-port width. The gallery has a view switch that allows to view it with or without the thumbnail carousel, it also comes with keyboard navigation…

Freebie: Range Slider PSD

Today's quick freebie is Free Range Slider PSD, you can use this in your projects to create multi node sliders to filter data and portfolio items. Licensing This file is free for personal and commercial use. However, you can not redistribute, sale, re-upload this file. Do not directly use download link at your site, please refer to this post if you…

Create Impressive Zoomable, Full Screen Portfolio Sites with jmFullWall

The best a professionals in creative services can get out of the Web is creative display of his/her work which is available online anywhere anytime. However, designing an online portfolio display is not as easy as putting a simple HTML page with thumbnails. A portfolio is like the first impression an online visitor (potential client) interfaces before asking about skills and rate.…

Full Featured HTML5 WYSIWYG Editor: Mercury

Since the introduction of HTML5, a lot has been changed the way we used to design and build web applications and websites. It has changed the way we used to handle content (text, video, audio, animation etc.) on the web. Web applications built on HTML5 are much more interactive and easy to manage. Take the example of Mercury, which is a full…