136 Icons in Raster, Vector & Font Fomats

Iconic is a minimal set of icons consisting of 136 marks. To give the greatest flexibility, the icon set packages all icons in PNG, SVG, SWC, OFT/TTF/EOT and Omnigraffle stencil formats. Iconic tries to work with various tools/workflows to make your life a bit easier. All raster-format icons come in a wide variety of colors … Continue Reading

Open Source Gesture with 200 Built-in Gestures

We have mentioned Vector Based Gesture Icons for Touch Screen Interfaces earlier. Now we have got GestureWorks that ships with a library of over 200 built-in gestures. Open Source Gesture Library is built upon an open source gesture framework, allowing developers to customize and extend the “gesture object” to create support for new gestures. You … Continue Reading

Best Animated Gif Generator

Animated Gif Generator lets you easily create an animated gif by uploading a series of still images (gif, jpg, or png). Simply use the form to upload each image as desired. Once you’ve uploaded your images, you can also change the order of the images by dragging on each frame, or delete a frame by … Continue Reading

Sprite Images Online with Spritebox

Spritebox is a WYSIWYG tool to help web designers quickly and easily create CSS classes and IDs from a single sprite image. It is based on the principle of using the background-postion property to align areas of a sprite image into block elements of a web page. It was made using a combination of jQuery, … Continue Reading

Google SketchUp 3D Modelling made Easy

Google SketchUp is the finest (and most innovative) tool available for anyone designing anything from coffee pots to skyscrapers. You can create 3D modelling easily with it. Redecorate your living room. Design a new piece of furniture. Model your city for Google Earth. There’s no limit to what you can create with SketchUp. There are … Continue Reading

SVG or VML Automated Translucent Activity Indicator

NETEYE Activity Indicator is a jQuery plugin that renders a translucent activity indicator (spinner) using SVG or VML. It is a resolution independent indicator that works in any browsers. The plugin requires jQuery v1.4.2 (or higher). Besides that, no other files are required, especially no style-sheets or images. Requirements: Firefox 2+, Safari 3.2.1+, IE 6+, … Continue Reading

New Web Technologies Really Matter

Web development, is the craft of realizing a description of a website or app as a real, working thing. Front-end development is the part of this involving the browser. On the upside, you can get the rewarding feeling of making a Photoshop file into something living, that people can actually use instead of just look … Continue Reading

Twitter OAuth Application

OAuth can be a tricky concept to wrap your head around at first, but with the Twitter API now requiring its use, it is something you need to understand before creating a Twitter application. This tutorial: Creating a Twitter OAuth Application will introduce you to OAuth, and walk you through the process of creating a … Continue Reading

Open Source CMS for Rails with Heroku & Amazon S3

Locomotive is an open source CMS for Rails. It’s super flexible and integrates with Heroku and Amazon S3. it is a simple but powerful CMS based on liquid templates and mongodb database. You can manage as many websites as you want with one application instance. There is a nice looking User interface too. Requirements: Ruby, … Continue Reading

User-Agent Specific CSS Classes with CssUserAgent

CssUserAgent allows you to applies User-Agent specific CSS classes to the tag to allow browser-specific CSS variation without resorting to CSS hacks. Since these are performed once at startup, CSS may be statically defined without the need to mix browser-specific logic into the presentation. Multiple classes are created for each user-agent, allowing the web developer … Continue Reading