Aims to return the raw DOM node for you to manipulate directly, using HTML5 tech like
AniX is a lightweight and easy-to-use animation library with excellent performance and good compatibility for modern browsers.
DOMtastic is a small, fast, and modular DOM & Event library for modern browsers. Same familiar API as jQuery.
Works great stand-alone or paired up with e.g. Backbone or Angular.
Cheerio is a fast, flexible, and lean implementation of core jQuery designed specifically for the server.
The scroll monitor allows you to receive events when elements enter or exit a viewport. It does this using watcher objects, which watch an element and trigger events.
A decorative website background effect where SVG shapes are morphing and transforming on scroll.
The animations are powered by anime.js
Paroller.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin that enables parallax scrolling effect.
You can use Workbox to simplify your development by making it easy to take advantage of powerful service worker features, eliminate boilerplate code, and automate service worker generation.
Glues your website's sidebars (or any vertical column for that matter), making them permanently visible when scrolling up and down. Useful when a sidebar is too tall or too short compared to the rest of the content.
Some ideas for previewing or just playing with folders on hover. The idea is to show a little animation when hovering a folder icon and reveal some kind of preview for what's inside.
Upload Preview jQuery plugin provides an easy way to preview your uploads before they're actually uploaded to the server.
So if you selected an image or audio file from your hard drive, it will generate a live preview of the selected image or audio player for the audio file.
Noob Scroll is a lightweight jQuery Plugin that adds some cool function to make scrolling more fun.
This is Bootstrap Carousel slider with touch enables dragging slide with beautiful text animation. You can use All text animation from animate.css. Automatically drag the slider left right easily.
A tutorial about creating some WebGL experiments where the viewer seemingly travels through a textured tunnel powered by Three.js