Ember is “a framework for creating ambitious web applications.” You’ll be amazed at the extensive list of users, and if that alone doesn’t convince you, maybe their adorable mascot will. Either way, it’s a brilliant framework built with developers in mind.
Glimmer is a great library that helps with UI components and DOM rendering. It’s built using Ember CLI and uses Git, Node.js, npm, and Yarn. So if you’re looking for a tool to generate components and helpers, help with project layouts, and streamline your process, check out Glimmer.
If you’re playing around with creating interesting background visuals, you should definitely check out Multiple.js. It allows you to share a background image across multiple elements using CSS, which creates a really interesting visual effect. There’s a great example on the site that gives you a glimpse of some possibilities and how it works. Check it out!
Slick is here to solve all of your carousel needs. It’s fully responsive, has tons of options, works with swipe gestures for mobile devices, and so much more. You can even sync two different carousels if you want, to create a stacked effect. Check out the site for some examples.
When you need to notify your users of something or ask for some information, sometimes the best solution is with a pop-up modal. And thanks to iziModal, a lightweight jQuery plugin, it’s super easy to throw one up on your site. With several different modal types and lots of customizations, this flexible plugin is a great solution. Check it out.
<span> element, meaning you don’t lose the original text. It’s a game-changer. Go check it out.
So many frameworks, it is fun writing them. I just wrote one of my own – https://github.com/vitaly-t/excellent
Cool! It reminds me of the Web 2.o days with all the short spunky names, etc. If you or your readers get a chance to check out ZIM at http://zimjs.com you may find you want to start a sublist for Canvas Libraries ;-)
So many frameworks, so little time.