Roundup #15 – Clearless, Stick‘em, Cycle2, Impromptu, Lenticular

Roundup #15 - Clearless, Stick‘em, Cycle2, Impromptu, Lenticular

Clearless

A reuseable collection of carefully-considered Less mixins, or YALML (Yet Another Less Mixin Library).

The core tenets of this mixin library are to avoid output bloat wherever possible (via duplicated properties etc) and to provide flexibile, configurable solutions to the problems that are addressed by the library (i.e. by using Modernizr classes, browser hacks or not, etc). The aim is to give the author the benefits of reusable shortcuts without obliterating personal style and generating bloated stylesheets.

Clearless – A reuseable collection of carefully-considered Less mixins


Stick‘em

jQuery Stick ‘em makes Content Sticky on Scroll, to a Point. Sometimes, we have some of those images were very tall. So by the time you scrolled down to the bottom of the images, you would have to scroll back up just to read the text to give you context about the images you had just viewed.

Make Content Sticky on Scroll, to a Point with jQuery


Cycle2

Cycle2 is a versitile slideshow plugin for jQuery built around ease-of-use. It supports a declarative initialization style that allows full customization without any scripting. Simply include the plugin, declare your markup, and Cycle2 does the rest.

Cycle2 – The Popular jQuery Slideshow Plugin Got Better


Impromptu

jQuery Impromptu is an extension to help provide a more pleasant way to spontaneously prompt a user for input. More or less this is a great replacement for an alert, prompt, and confirm. Not only does it replace these but it also allows for creating forms within these controls. This is not intended to be a modal replacement, just a quick tool to prompt user input in a fashionable way.

jQuery Impromptu – A nice replacement for an alert, prompt, and confirm


Lenticular

Lenticular.js is a jQuery plugin for creating image animations that response to tilting or mouse events.

Tilt-Controlled Images – Lenticular.js


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