A detailed guide to making Ajax calls with Fetch.
Stickybits is a lightweight (<2KB) alternative to position: sticky polyfills that works perfectly for things like sticky headers.
In the past, I’ve had trouble using sticky headers — I’ve never managed to get them to work consistently well in Safari on iOS. I’ve only done some limited testing, but Stickybits seems to work pretty well.
A simple, Accessible, 60+fps, easy-to-use animated tabs plugin for jQuery.
I don’t use tabs all that often, but I like the look of this, the animations are clean and well executed. Note, powered by Velocity.js.
Looks like a nice library to add to my design tool belt.
Choices.js is a lightweight, configurable select box/text input plugin. Similar to Select2 and Selectize but without the jQuery dependency.
Some nice lookin’ text inputs!
In this article, I am going to show you how you can use HTML5 custom data attributes. I’m also going to present you with some use cases that you can find helpful in your work as a developer.
I can’t remember when I started using custom data attributes, it has to be five years ago at least, it’s certainly been long enough to wonder what I ever did without them. Anyhow, if you’ve yet to learn about custom data attributes, this article seems as good as any.
A small library enabling you to display a modal before a user leaves your website.
I really like these effects, I think they look proper classy.
blurify.js is a tiny(~2kb) library to blurred pictures, support graceful downgrade from `css` mode to `canvas` mode.
Nice, looks useful.
store.js exposes a simple API for cross browser local storage.
Recently updated to v2.0.