Category: Web Development

Get Notified when a DOM Element Enters or Exits

Get Notified when a DOM Element Enters or Exits

Advertise here via BSA You can Get notified when a DOM element enters or exits the viewport with in-view.js. It’s a small (~1.9kb gzipped), dependency-free, javascript utility for IE9+. With in-view, you can register handlers that are called when an element enters or exits the viewport. Each handler receives one element, the one entering or […]

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Candy – Bookmarks for the 21st Century

Candy – Bookmarks for the 21st Century

Advertise here via BSA Most tools focus on delivering information to you today, but do not help in recording, retrieving and making use of it. Candy does. You can drop the meaningless links, lost articles in read later silos, and copy-pasting into docs. Candy helps you capture ideas in an easy and beautiful way. Your […]

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Scrollanim – Create Stunning Scroll Animations

Scrollanim – Create Stunning Scroll Animations

Advertise here via BSA Scrollanim is a CSS3 and JavaScript library to create stunning scroll animations that work everywhere. It’s open-source (MIT), free and easy to use Oh, and it’s 9KB. Also, this is possible to add the animations using the JavaScript API. Scrolanim has many CSS3 animations to use. No JavaScript animations, better performance. […]

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Cloudinary Adds HTTP/2 Support

Cloudinary Adds HTTP/2 Support

Advertise here via BSA Cloudinary, a provider of solutions for managing images and video in the cloud, is offering HTTP/2 support, enabling developers to further optimize the user experience. To take advantage of HTTP/2, Cloudinary users don’t have to do a thing – it’s been automatically integrated into the online tools. Websites have changed dramatically […]

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Lerna – A Tool for Managing JavaScript Projects

Lerna – A Tool for Managing JavaScript Projects

Advertise here via BSA Splitting up large codebases into separate independently versioned packages is extremely useful for code sharing. However, making changes across many repositories is messy and difficult to track, and testing across repositories gets complicated really fast. To solve these (and many other) problems, some projects will organize their codebases into multi-package repostories […]

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Giveaway: Win One of Five Monstroid Licenses

Giveaway: Win One of Five Monstroid Licenses

Advertise here via BSA Do you remember Monstroid, a huge multipurpose WordPress theme we reviewed around a year ago? Since then, it’s grown even more as a result of multiple updates. Today, we’d like to review the latest one and give away 5 licenses for Monstroid. You can find a lot of WordPress themes designed […]

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Format Input Text Content Automatically with Cleave.js

Format Input Text Content Automatically with Cleave.js

Advertise here via BSA Cleave.js has a simple purpose: to help you format input text content automatically. The idea is to provide an easy way to increase input field readability by formatting your typed data. By using this library, you won’t need to write any mind-blowing regular expressions or mask patterns to format input text. […]

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