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2013 Best Resources and Tools for Web Developers

Responsive Grid System

Responsive Grid System

Simple CSS framework for fast, intuitive development of responsive websites. Built using the ‘Mobile First’ approach, ‘clearfix’ for clearing floats, box-sizing: border-box for adding additional padding to elements

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Gumby 960 Responsive Grid Framework

Gumby 960 Responsive Grid Framework
Gumby 2 is built with the power of Sass. Sass is a powerful CSS preprocessor which allows us to develop Gumby itself with much more speed

Gumby 960 Responsive Grid Framework ?


Box CSS Framework

Box CSS Framework

This solution is based on box-sizing: border-box and display:inline-block building principles.

Box CSS Framework ?


Foldy960 Framework

Foldy960 Framework

Foldy960 isn’t aiming to be Yet-Another-CSS-Framework and we hesitate to use the term “Boilerplate”. Foldy is just a little kit and some extra classes to get you going on making your 960.gs design responsive.

Foldy960 Framework ?


Css2Less

Css2Less

A ruby library which convert old CSS stylesheet into LESS dynamic stylesheet.

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Codeanywhere Code Editor

Codeanywhere Code Editor

Codeanywhere is a code editor in a browser with an integrated ftp client, and all popular web formats are supported (HTML, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, and XML).

Codeanywhere Code Editor ?


Responsive IE6

Responsive IE6

Responsive IE6 ?


Dirty Markup

Dirty Markup

DirtyMarkup combines the power of HTML Tidy, CSS Tidy, JS Beautify, and the Ace editor to effortlessly clean up your messy code

Dirty Markup ?


SnipSave

SnipSave

A simple and elegant code snippet tool for developers. Quickly and easily save pieces of code for reference and use later on. All of your code snippets are stored in one place, accessible from anywhere.

SnipSave ?


RWD Calculator

RWD Calculator

Just a simple calculator to help turn your PSD pixel perfection into the start of your responsive website.

RWD Calculator ?


The Responsinator

The Responsinator

The Responsinator helps website makers quickly get an indication of how their responsive site will look on the most popular devices. It does not precisely replicate how it will look, for accurate testing always test on the real devices.

The Responsinator ?


Timeline JS

Timeline JS

TimelineJS can pull in media from different sources. It has built in support for: Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and more media types in the future.

Timeline JS ?


CSSO (CSS Optimizer)

CSSO (CSS Optimizer)

CSSO is a a CSS minimizer.

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Graphene

Graphene

Graphene is a realtime dashboard & graphing toolkit based on D3 and Backbone.

Graphene ?


Crossfilter

Crossfilter

Crossfilter is a JavaScript library for exploring large multivariate datasets in the browser.

Crossfilter ?


CanJS

CanJS

CanJS is a MIT-licensed, client-side, JavaScript framework that makes building rich web applications easy

CanJS ?


Fixie

Fixie

Fixie.js is an open source tool that automatically adds filler content to HTML documents.

Fixie ?


Foresight.js

Foresight.js

Foresight.js gives webpages the ability to tell if the user’s device is capable of viewing high-resolution images.

Foresight.js ?


Webshims Library

Webshims Library

Webshims lib is a modular capability-based polyfill-loading library, which focuses on accurate implementations of stable HTML5 features.

Webshims Library ?


dhtmlxSpreadsheet

dhtmlxSpreadsheet

dhtmlxSpreadsheet is an open source spreadsheet widget written in JavaScript and PHP that allows you to quickly add an Excel-like, editable data table on a web page. It is also available as a plugin for WP, Joomla, etc.

dhtmlxSpreadsheet ?


heatmap.js

heatmap.js

Heatmap.js is an open source JavaScript library that can be used for generating realtime heatmaps. It uses the power and flexibility of the HTML5 canvas element to draw heatmaps based on your data

heatmap.js ?


Kartograph

Kartograph

Kartograph is a simple and lightweight framework for building interactive map applications without Google Maps or any other mapping service. It was created with the needs of designers and data journalists in mind.

Kartograph ?


sigma.js

sigma.js

sigma.js is an open-source lightweight JavaScript library to draw graphs, using the HTML canvas element.

sigma.js ?


Grunt

Grunt

Grunt is a task-based command line build tool for JavaScript projects.

Grunt ?


Live Scratchpad

Live Scratchpad

Evaluate your JavaScript functions in real-time _while_ editing.

Live Scratchpad ?


jPages

jPages

jPages is a client-side pagination plugin but it gives you a lot more features comparing to most of the other plugins for this purpose, such as auto page turn, key and scroll browse, showing items with delay, completely customizable navigation panel and also integration with Animate.css and Lazy Load.

jPages ?


dgrid

dgrid

A next-generation grid component that takes full advantage of modern browsers and object stores.

dgrid ?


SpritePad

SpritePad

With SpritePad you can create your CSS sprites within seconds

SpritePad ?


smoke.js

smoke.js

A framework-agnostic styled alert system for javascript.

smoke.js ?


Keymaster

Keymaster

Keymaster is a simple micro-library for defining and dispatching keyboard shortcuts.

Keymaster ?


Leaflet

Leaflet

Leaflet is a modern open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps

Leaflet ?


stroll.js

stroll.js

A collection of CSS list scroll effects. Works in browsers with support for CSS 3D transforms including a special touch-enabled mode for iOS & Android 4.x.

stroll.js ?


Hammer.js

Hammer.js

Hammer.js is a JavaScript library for multi-touch gestures, supporting: tap, double tap, hold, drag, and transform.

Hammer.js ?


skrollr

skrollr

Skrollr allows you to animate any CSS property of any element depending on the horizontal scrollbar position.

skrollr ?


Style Tiles

Style Tiles

Style Tiles are a design deliverable consisting of fonts, colors and interface elements that communicate the essence of a visual brand for the web.

Style Tiles ?

 


KineticJS

KineticJS

KineticJS is an HTML5 Canvas JavaScript framework that enables high performance animations, transitions, node nesting, layering, filtering, caching, event handling for desktop and mobile applications, and much more.

KineticJS ?


Cutter.js

Cutter.js

Cutter.js truncates HTML code to limit its length.

Cutter.js ?


Socialite.js

Socialite.js

Socialite provides a very easy way to implement and activate a plethora of social sharing buttons — any time you wish. On document load, on article hover, on any event!

Socialite.js ?


Opera Mobile Emulator

Opera Mobile Emulator

Opera Mobile Emulator ?


Morris.js

Morris.js

Good-looking charts shouldn’t be difficult

Morris.js ?


dynamo.js

dynamo.js

A dead-simple way to generate dynamic bits of HTML and add subtle effects to your content.

dynamo.js ?

 

 


URI.js

URI.js

URI.js ?


Retina.js

Retina.js

retina.js is an open source script that makes it easy to serve high-resolution images to devices with retina displays

Retina.js ?


jq-idealforms

jq-idealforms

Ideal Forms is the ultimate framework for building and validating responsive HTML5 forms.

jq-idealforms ?


Spiffing CSS

Spiffing CSS

Spiffing allows you to write your CSS and stylesheets in conformance to proper British English (also known as correct English) grammar and spelling regulations.

Spiffing CSS ?

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CSS and Jquery Pseudo Class Selectors

Today i like to share some of the Pseudo Class Selectors for CSS and Jquery

CSS Pseudo class selectors

Link-related CSS pseudo class selectors

:link
a:link {color:#FF0000;}      /* unvisited link */
:visited
a:visited {color:#00FF00;}  /* visited link */
:hover
a:hover {color:#FF00FF;}  /* mouse over link */
:active
a:active {color:#0000FF;}  /* selected link */

Input tag related pseudo class selectors

:focus
input:focus { background-color:yellow; }
:target
:target:before { content: url(/images/someimage.gif); } //Add an image in front of the current active anchor tag:
:enabled
input[type=”text”]:enabled  { background:#ffff00; }
:disabled
input[type=”text”]:disabled { background:#dddddd; }
:checked
input:checked { background:#ff0000; }
:indeterminate
The :indeterminate CSS pseudo-class represents any <input type="checkbox"> element whose indeterminate DOM property is set to true by JavaScript.
<style>
input, span { background: red :indeterminate, :indeterminate + span { background: limegreen }</style> <p><input type=checkbox> <span>Everything in this paragraph should have a green background.</span></p><script> document.getElementsByTagName("input")[0].indeterminate = true; </script>

Number-based pseudo class selectors

:root
The :root selector matches the document’s root element.
:root { background:#ff0000; }
:first-child

The :first-child selector is used to select the specified selector, only if it is the first child of its parent.
p:first-child  {  background-color:yellow; }
:last-child
p:last-child { background:#ff0000; }
:nth-child(N)
Specify a background color for every p element that is the second child of its parent:
p:nth-child(2) {  background:#ff0000; }
:nth-of-type(N)
:first-of-type

Specify a background color for the first p element of its parent:
p:first-of-type { background:#ff0000; }
:last-of-type

:nth-last-of-type(N)

Specify a background color for every p element that is the second p element of its parent, counting from the last child
p:nth-last-of-type(2) {  background:#ff0000; }
::nth-last-child(N)

Relational pseudo class selectors

:not(S)
:not(selector) { style properties }
p:not(.classy) {
color: red; }
:not(p) {
color: green; }
:empty 
p:empty { background:#ff0000; }

Text-related pseudo class selectors / elements

:first-letter
:first-line
:lang
::selection

Content-related pseudo “elements”

:before
:after
:contains()
:required
:optional
:read-only
:read-write

jQuery Pseudo class selectors

:first
:eq(X)
:contains(‘text’)
:lt(X)

:gt(X)

:even

:odd

:has(S)

References : http://www.w3schools.com/

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