This is the first round of my end of the year round up of SomeWhat Creative’s monthly What’s New for Designers & Developers roundups, In these type of roundups I like to show what’s new for Web Designers and Web Developers.
An accessible dialog window plugin for all humans.
Clipped.js is a library to make configuration for build tools such as Docker, Webpack, Rollup like presets, such that if you have made one configuration for one project, then you can use it again in next project as easier as importing a library.
Lightweight, beautiful and user-friendly interactive prompts.
ml5.js aims to make machine learning approachable for a broad audience of artists, creative coders, and students. The library provides access to machine learning algorithms and models in the browser, building on top of TensorFlow.js with no other external dependencies.
Embed interactive Apple maps on your website, annotate points of interest, and perform geo-related searches.
GraphJS is an open source set of “stickers” that enables social capabilities on any web page.
Eagle.js is a web-based slideshow framework for Vue.js. It supports animations, themes, interactive widgets (for web demos), and makes it easy to reuse components, slides and styles across presentations.
Highway is a lightweight (2.2ko gzipped), robust, modern and flexible library that will let us create AJAX navigations with beautiful transitions on our websites.
changeIcon.js is a small favicon and title changer library that uses event emitters.
Slang was created to explore implementing a programming language entirely in the browser. Parsing is handled by Ohm.js using a custom grammar, the editor uses CodeMirror with a simple syntax definition, and the runtime itself is written in JS using the Web Audio API.
A blazingly fast, crazy small, fully responsive, mobile-friendly, dependency free, native scrolling list with paging controls!