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Top jQuery Plugins for Dropdown Navigation Menus

Open source code has hastened the development process for everyone involved. Larger platforms such as WordPress have completely revolutionized the methods in which we create websites. But also consider the smaller plugins built for animation, form effects, and of course navigation menus. This gallery includes the absolute best jQuery plugins for creating a dropdown navigation. Each plugin is completely free ...

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The Perfect Lightbox? Using PhotoSwipe with jQuery

I recently came across a JavaScript library called  PhotoSwipe , and I am truly impressed. It is a brilliant library which overlays an image or a group of images on your current page, an effect popularly known as  lightbox . PhotoSwipe is currently developed by  Dmitry Semenov –he  rebuilt it  last year when he took over the project. Improvements include: Modular : PhotoSwipe is built into several modules, ...

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Web Scraping With Node.js

Web scraping is the process of programmatically retrieving information from the Internet. As the volume of data on the web has increased, this practice has become increasingly widespread, and a number of powerful services have emerged to simplify it. Unfortunately, the majority of them are costly, limited or have other disadvantages. Instead of turning to one of these third-party resources, you can use Node ...

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Visual Test-Driven Development For Responsive Interface Design

Testing responsive websites is a laborious task. Until now, implementing a stable and maintainable automated solution for cross-browser and cross-device testing of a responsive layout has been nearly impossible. But what if we had an opportunity to write visual tests for responsive websites ? What if we could describe the look and feel of an application and put this directly into our tests? Upon considering ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Scaffolding New Projects

So far you’ve learned how to use command line for third party package management, powering up your front end code, automation with task runners, live reloading and browser synchronizing. In this final tutorial of the series you’ll learn how to use command line to get your projects off to a running start by scaffolding out new projects that have all the third party code they require, as well as Grunt or Gulp ...

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That’s Real-Life Responsive Web Design: Meet The Brand New Smashing Book 5

Smart “responsive” workflows, effective responsive design/UX patterns and powerful front-end techniques — if you need a good book on smart responsive design, our brand new Smashing Book 5 is just what you need. Neatly packed in a gorgeous hardcover, it covers time-saving , practical techniques for crafting fast, maintainable and scalable responsive websites. 498 pages. Hardcover/eBook. Get the book and save ...

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Adding Appeal to Your Animations on the Web

What You'll Be Creating When we talk about using animation we often discuss the practical ways we can create transitions, animations, and so on. Animation is a powerful way to make our designs stand out, but rather than focus on how individual animations work, the way multiple animations combine can create something even more powerful. Appeal Disney’s 12 basic principles of animation defines “Appeal” as cor ...

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Restive.js – Make Website Responsive or Adaptive Easily

Restive.js is a jQuery Plugin that helps you quickly and easily add features to your Web Site to enable it respond and adapt to virtually every Web-enabled Device. Using a combination of Device Detection, Advanced Breakpoints Management, and Orientation Management, Restive.js will give your Web site an uncanny ability to stay robust in the face of a constantly changing device landscape. Requirements: jQuery ...

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