The date range picker relies on jQuery, Datejs for parsing strings into dates and defining custom ranges, and the Twitter Bootstrap CSS. For basic use cases like collecting event or reservation dates, you can attach it to a text input to pop up two clickable calendars to choose dates from. For more advanced use cases, you can attach a date range picker to any element, pre-define your own date ranges for the user to choose from, and set a custom callback function to receive the chosen dates.
PFold is a very experimental jQuery plugin that makes it possible to open elements in a paper-like unfolding effect. An element can be unfolded in 3D in order to reveal some other content. The idea is to have several levels of folding, where each step of opening will double the element size, hence imitating a folded paper being opened. A couple of options are available, such as the unfolding direction for each step and the number of folding steps. For browsers that don’t support CSS 3D transforms or transitions, there will be a simple fallback, i.e. the larger content appears.
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Deployd is designed to replace traditional backends for web and mobile apps. Perform advanced queries over HTTP. Push data to clients over WebSockets in real time. Transform and validate your data as it changes.
Windy is a jQuery plugin that allows a rapid navigation through a pile of items using some CSS 3D transforms and transitions. The effect of a continuous navigation flow reminds of a deck of cards or sheets flying away, hence the name. This plugin idea is inspired by the CSS shaders examples as shown in the CSS shaders Flipbook video by Adobe. There are several options available, including defining the range of spreading the items when navigating, speed (CSS transitions), adding custom navigations, etc.
If you’re designing a website or app, Interface Sketch templates are designed to help you sketch your ideas on paper. Download a template. Print it out. Start sketching! You can print in colour or black-and-white; on laser or inkjet printer. All templates are in PDF (portable document format). Some of the templates contain a grid of dots to help with alignment when you sketch. These dots do not represent the pixel dimensions of the device or browser. These templates are hosted on Google Docs. You can save the template to your computer as a PDF file.