To be a great developer means not only produce great products but also to stay on top of changes in the field. Keeping up with the ever-changing world is the key to success.
But, it doesn’t mean that you should obsessively take part in all conferences, meetings and events, as well put work in every brand-new techniques you can find. Whether it’s just a theory in Codepen or a fork in GitHub, the developer community comes up with some exciting ideas almost every day.
Draggable is a modular drag & drop library, allowing you to start small and build up with the features you need. At its most basic, Draggable gives you drag & drop functionality, fast DOM reordering, accessible markup, and a bundle of events to grab on to.
With ProgressBar.js, it’s easy to create responsive and stylish progress bars for the web. Animations perform well even on mobile devices. It provides a few built‑in shapes like Line, Circle and SemiCircle but you can also create custom shaped progress bars with any vector graphic editor.
Tell your readers how long they’ll need to get through all of your gibberish, with this clever jQuery plugin. With ReadRemaining.js TL;DR is a thing of the past.
vex is a modern dialog library which is highly configurable, easily stylable, and gets out of the way. You’ll love vex because it’s tiny (5.6kb minified and gzipped), has a clear and simple API, works on mobile devices, and can be customized to match your style in seconds.
Stickybits is a lightweight alternative to position: sticky polyfills that works perfectly for things like sticky headers.