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An almost complete Angular component library.


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A zen guide to CSS via a single form HTML page.


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HTML5 framework/components for web and mobile apps.


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HTML5 game engine index, a replacement for Flash.


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A HTML5 & Cordova mobile framework.

Announcing Ionic v6.2

2 August 2022 @ 3:28 pm

Today I am excited to announce the release of Ionic 6.2. This release continues to enhance many of the features we introduced in Ionic 6.0 including datetime, the bottom sheet, and more. This release includes features many developers have asked for, so let’s dive in! Datetime Multiple Date Selection We have enhanced datetime to allow […] The post Announcing Ionic v6.2 appeared first on Ionic Blog.

Announcing Capacitor 4.0

29 July 2022 @ 6:20 pm

Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of Capacitor 4.0 🎉. This new major version brings not only a bunch of bug fixes and improvements to the overall codebase, but also bumps the minimum SDK targets to support new Google Play policies. For folks with existing apps, fear not, upgrading to Capacitor 4.0 is nothing […] The post Announcing Capacitor 4.0 appeared first on Ionic Blog.

Ionic Cloud CLI Enhancement: Live Update Channel Deletion

26 July 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Today, we’re rolling out a new feature to the Ionic Cloud CLI: Live Update channel deletion. Keep your live channel list maintainable as you roll out new features quickly over time. The Cloud CLI provides the ability to use all of Ionic’s cloud products inside your own CI/CD platform (such as Azure DevOps, GitLab, Jenkins, […] The post Ionic Cloud CLI Enhancement: Live Update Channel Deletion appeared first on Ionic Blog.


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Explore the world of HTML5 web components.


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Bootstrap in your browser, rapid html and css.


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A great resource for jquery plugins (canvas, navigation, etc)

Also in angular: https://angular-js.in/


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Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.

Bootstrap 5.2.0

19 July 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Bootstrap v5.2.0 is finally stable! We’ve ironed out more bugs, improved more documentation, written new guides and built out new functional environment examples, and so much more! Keep reading for highlights from both beta and stable releases. Docs redesign As previewed in our beta release, the docs have been redesigned! It starts with our new homepage where we have a more complete representation of Bootstrap’s features and an updated design. New homepage The docs sidebar navigation has been overhauled to have always expanded groups for easier browsing, a brand new DocSearch experience with search history, and new responsive offcanvas drawers for both si

Bootstrap v4.6.2

19 July 2022 @ 3:30 pm

After several months, we’ve finally shipped Bootstrap v4.6.2, one of our last releases for the v4. It’s a bit of a maintenance patch featuring bug fixes, dependency updates, and some docs updates. Read on for the highlights or head to the v4.6.x docs to see the latest in action. What’s changed There are two big highlights in v4.6.2: First, we’ve added an example to our Collapse plugin docs to show how to use horizontal collapsing. This has long been possible via our JS, but we never had an official class to utilize it. Second, we’ve replaced the deprecated color-adjust with print-color-adjust in our Sass files as part of the Autoprefixer v10.4.6 issues. This should quiet the issues folks have seen from that dependency change. If you’re using our distribution CSS files, like bootstrap.min.

Bootstrap Icons v1.9.0

13 July 2022 @ 12:01 am

Bootstrap Icons v1.9.0 is here with over 140 new and updated icons, including some longstanding requests for new brands, transportation options, numbers and letters, and so much more. With this release, we’re now at over 1,800 icons! 140+ new icons Here’s a quick look at all the new icons in v1.9.0: New love icons in v1.9.0 Tons of new brand icons including popular browsers, Ubuntu, Google Play, Android, Dropbox, and many more. New transportation icons including cars, trains, planes, fuel, and common road signs. New number and letter icons for 1-9, R, C, CC, H, and P (for use cases like registered trademark, copyright, Creative Commons, hospital or helicopter,

Using CSS variables in Bootstrap

16 May 2022 @ 12:00 am

Bootstrap v5.2.0-beta1 added a slew of CSS custom properties, or CSS variables, across the :root level and all our core components. Here’s a quick look at how you can utilize them in your projects. With CSS variables, you can now customize Bootstrap easier than ever, and without the need for a CSS preprocessor. All the power of Sass is still there behind the scenes, but CSS variables adds a ton of power for the future. Use and compose new values, updates styles globally without recompiling, set fallback values, setup new color modes, and more. Let’s dig in. CSS variables? Their official name is custom properties, but they’re often referred to as CSS variables thanks to their most immediate use case for setting specific values. Consider reading

Bootstrap Icons v1.8.2

13 May 2022 @ 12:01 am

Bootstrap Icons v1.8.2 has arrived with some bug fixes and a refreshed docs design to match our main project. Here’s a quick rundown on the icon fixes: Fix cutoff bank icon Fix house-heart and house-heart-fill fill-rules Fix corners of pentagon icons to match other shapes Fix fill-rule for x-lg Fix cutoff tool icon On the CSS side, we’ve also added font-display: block to help address our icon font affecting Google Lighthouse scores. Looking for more new icons? Head to the issue tracker to check for open requests or submit a new one. Install To get started, install or update via npm:

Bootstrap 5.2.0 beta

13 May 2022 @ 12:00 am

It’s the biggest release since v5 itself—Bootstrap v5.2.0-beta1 is here! This release features redesigned docs, CSS variables for all our components, responsive offcanvas, new helpers and utilities, refined buttons and inputs, and lots of improvements under the hood. Given the size of the update and time since our last release, we’re doing something different and shipping it as a beta first. Keep reading for details. Why so long? I want to start by acknowledging the time it’s taken to ship a new release. As an open source maintainer, I’m constantly worried about not doing or being good enough of a developer for my projects. Pair that with a distributed team all working through this pandemic and me having a heart attack, we’ve all needed some down time. I managed to put together a

Bootstrap Icons v1.8.0

31 January 2022 @ 12:00 am

Bootstrap Icons v1.8.0 is here with over 140 new icons, including dozens of new heart icons ready for Valentine’s Day and dozens of filetype icons. We’re now at almost 1,700 icons and is once again our second largest release. Keep reading to see what’s new. 140+ new icons Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any other time you need to show a little heart, there are dozens of icons to choose from. New love icons in v1.8.0 Want to visually show the extensions of your files? There are tons of new options for programming languages, audio and video, images, and more.

Bootstrap Icons v1.7.0

1 November 2021 @ 12:00 am

Bootstrap Icons v1.7.0 is here with 120 new and updated icons, taking us over 1,500 total icons for the project! It’s the largest update since the initial release, so keep reading to see what’s new. 120 new icons This update was a lot of fun for me—drawing all these tiny computer parts most of all! There are dozens of new computer-related icons for parts, ports, and peripheral devices. There are also several new brand icons, including Meta, and some other fun icons like a new robot head and a boombox. New icons in v1.7.0 Looking for more new icons? Head to the issue tracker to check for open requests or submit a new one. Install

Bootstrap v4.6.1

28 October 2021 @ 9:30 pm

Bootstrap v4.6.1 has finally arrived! Biggest change here is a re-implementation of our Sass division functions and updates from v5, as well as some accessibility improvements and general bug fixes. Read on for the highlights or head to the v4.6.x docs to see the latest in action. What’s changed Replace Sass division with multiplication and custom divide() function fix(forms): input-group and validation icons Fix minor visual bug in FF caused by moz-focusring Adjust SAFE_URL_PATTERN regex for use with test method of regexes Add sms in the SAFE_URL_PATTERN for sanitizer Adjust feedback icon position and padding for select.form-control Carousel: use buttons, not links, for prev/next controls v4: Sass docs for default variables Handle complex express

Bootstrap Icons v1.6.0

13 October 2021 @ 12:00 am

Bootstrap Icons v1.6.0 adds over 30 new icons, adds official Composer support, includes a new .scss stylesheet for the icon font, plus some other enhancements and bug fixes. Keep reading to see what’s new! 1,400+ icons We’ve officially passed 1,400 glyphs in Bootstrap Icons with this release—woohoo! Seems utterly insane to me that the project has come this far and there are still so many more icons to include. New icons in v1.6.0 We have a few dozen new and updated icons in this release, including: New brand icons for Apple, Behance, Dribbble, Line, Medium, Microsoft, PayPal, Pinterest, Signal, Snapchat, Spotify, Stack Overflow, Strava, Vimeo, Windows, and WordPress


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Useful resources and inspiration for creative minds (html, css, javascript)

Collective #724

11 August 2022 @ 12:58 pm

FauxPilot * Stable Fluids with three.js * Zazow * The Infinite Marquee

Collective #723

3 August 2022 @ 11:44 pm

:has(): the family selector * Vertex Shader Displacement * Svelvet

Large Image to Content Page Transition

3 August 2022 @ 10:25 am

A simple scroll effect and page transition inspired by Vitalii Burhonskyi's Dribbble shot.

How to Copy HTML and CSS Code From Websites Easily

2 August 2022 @ 8:37 am

Learn how to use CSS Scan to easily copy styles and markup of any element on a website.

Inspirational Websites Roundup #40

30 July 2022 @ 3:38 pm

A fresh set of inspirational websites that have an outstanding design.

Collective #722

28 July 2022 @ 3:35 pm

The Study of Shaders with React Three Fiber * DOM ready events considered harmful * PrimeReact

Collective #721

21 July 2022 @ 11:38 am

The case for using Sass in 2022 * Locofy.ai * Upgraderoo * Merge * GitHub City

Collective #720

14 July 2022 @ 9:05 am

CSS-only shaders * Siter.io * Statements Vs. Expressions * Building your website using Jigsaw

Tiny Grid Layout Animation

13 July 2022 @ 12:41 pm

A simple layout transition where a small grid animates to a larger view, using the Flip plugin from GreenSock.

The Comeback of Maximalism and What it Could Mean for Web Design

11 July 2022 @ 8:39 am

Are we entering a new era in web design? Maximalism might be the new trend that can help you create a stunning, eye-catchy, and appealing website.