Roundup #14 – RSlider, Kube, Grunt, FlexiNavCalc, Codiad

Roundup #14 - RSlider, Kube, Grunt, FlexiNavCalc, Codiad


Image sliders add life and interactivity to your web contents. But creating an image slider from scratch is not that easy. You need some good programming skills to create your own slider. If you are not the programmer or you just don’t want to re-invent the wheel, RSlider is for you. Its a full screen responsive image and content slider powered by the fantastic javascript library jQuery. With a nice and simple design it adjusted automatically to the width of your browser screen.

RSlider – A full screen responsive jQuery image & content slider


Minimal and enough. Adaptive and responsive. Revolution grid and beautiful typography. No imposed styles and freedom.

Kube Framework – A Minimal Responsive CSS Framework


Grunt is a task-based command line build tool for JavaScript projects. It has the following predefined tasks that you can use in your project: Concatenate files, Validate files with JSHint, Minify files with UglifyJS, Run unit tests with nodeunit and etc. In addition to the built-in tasks, you can create your own tasks.

A Task-based Command Line Build Tool for JS Projects


FlexiNavCalc is a calculator for use in determining percentage widths of navigation items in responsive layouts. The aim of creating FlexiNavCalc is to avoid certain responsive navigation issues and to give the developer more control over navigation layout, especially full width navigation elements.

FlexiNavCalc – A calculator for determining % widths of navigation items in a responsive layout


Codiad is a web-based IDE framework with a small footprint and minimal requirements. The system is still early in development, and while it has been proven extremely stable please be sure to backup regularly if you use it in any production work.

Open Source And Web-Based IDE For Coding Remotely – Codiad

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