Tiny JS library that allows you to control animated GIFs’ playback. You can start and pause the GIFs based on user input such as clicks or hover. Under the hood, it uses a canvas to draw the individual frames so it’s pretty performant.
Proof of concept experiment which bundles up the entire contents of a page (including HTML, CSS, and JS) and stores it in a URL. This makes it possible to create an instantly shareable and editable web page that anyone with the link can see. Includes a builder where you can make your own URL pages.
A collection of useful customizable CSS loading spinners, animated buttons, and other cool components. It is super easy to grab one of the snippets, copy its CSS, and paste it into your project. The code is really clean so with a little tweaking, you can have it look just as you like it.
HTML-based language for building websites without any coding. This cool project makes it possible to create small data-driven websites with no JS and no backend, just HTML. It can also be used as a declarative, reactive front-end framework to make UI development easier.
Scene.js is a timeline-based animation library with tons of awesome features. It can be played in both JS and CSS, supports SVG animations, multiple timelines, and comes with preset effects you can use out of the box.
A cool little library that adds syntactic sugar for Vanilla JS, making the API much more pleasant. Unlike jQuery, it doesn’t affect the vanilla JS API itself, it just improves the syntax, keeping the method functionality untouched.