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SVG Icons from Dribbble

Baptiste Briel is a 20 years old front end developer & designer from Nantes, France. He has created a set of Ready to use SVG icons for the web. All those icons are from free Dribbble ressources with the original link so you could download them. Simply click on the icon, and then you can copy & […]

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Min-The 995 byte CSS framework that supports IE5.5+

Exceptional browser support Min supports IE5.5+, FF3+, Opera 9+, and Safari 4+, the best browser support of any CSS framework by far. Unfortunately, IE5.5 does not support border-radius and as such does not have rounded button corners. That said, IE5.5 users will be so surprised to see a site load correctly they will overlook this. […]

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Material Design-Bootstrap theme

Material Design for Bootstrap is a theme for Bootstrap 3 which let you use the new Google Material Design in your favourite front-end framework. get it here

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Tone.js

Tone.js is a Web Audio framework for creating interactive music in the browser. The architecture of Tone.js aims to be familiar to both musicians and audio programmers looking to create web-based audio applications. On the high-level, Tone offers common DAW (digital audio workstation) features like a global transport, prebuilt synths and effects, as well as […]

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Animsition

A simple and easy jQuery plugin used to add page transition on css animations. get it here

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Haml – HTML Abstraction Markup Language

Haml (HTML abstraction markup language) is a markup language that’s used to cleanly and simply describe the HTML of any web document without the use of inline code. Haml functions as a replacement for inline page templating systems such as PHP, ASP, and ERB, the templating language used in most Ruby on Rails applications. However, Haml […]

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Fibonacci-Flexbox page layout composer

Fibonacci is an offshoot of an internal tool created to let non-developers design page layouts using Flexbox, without having to learn HTML or CSS. Live demo here. Fibonacci starts with a blank <section> , which you can then split to your heart’s content. It generates both the HTML and CSS needed to recreate the layout in your own […]

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