Locomotive Scroll is a simple scroll library that provides smooth scrolling with support for parallax effects, toggling classes, and triggering event listeners when elements are in the viewport.
ToolJet is an open-source low-code framework to build and deploy internal tools quickly from the engineering teams.
Mapus is an open source tool to explore and annotate collaboratively on a map. You can draw, add markers, lines, areas, find places to go, observe other users, and much more.
MUI (formerly Material-UI) is the React UI library that provides a robust, customizable, and accessible library of foundational and advanced components, enabling you to build your own design system and develop React applications faster.
Nuxt.js is an open source framework to create Vue.js applications with simple and powerful way.
Tutorial about to create a layout with some scroll animations and a view switch where the content item images animate to a grid.
Simple, fast, and lightweight.
Fullscreen scroll-based slideshow with a content view powered by GreenSock's Observer plugin.
Strapi is an advanced open-source headless CMS to build powerful API's with no effort.
menu-aim is a jQuery plugin for making responsive mega dropdowns like Amazon's.
Algorithm Visualizer is an interactive online platform that visualizes algorithms from code.
Lenis is an open-source library built to standardize scroll experiences and sauce up websites with butter-smooth navigation, all while using the platform and keeping it accessible.
A simple layout animation where the thumbnails of a menu row animate to their position in a content preview grid using GSAP's Flip plugin.
Winston is designed to be a simple and universal logging library with support for multiple transports.
If you’re working in the field of development you may have heard of MongoDB – in fact, you might even be an avid user. According to statistics from WebTechSurvey, MongoDB is being used by more than 17,906 websites, gaining a market position of seventh out of thousands of database providers. Moreover, MongoDB ranks second in a survey of the most-wanted database skills, with 17.89% stating that they aren’t developing with it, but want to. That said, we’ll be delving into what MongoDB is, and why it has grown in popularity in the past decade.