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An interesting and easy to use calendar that offers an efficient way to mange your task schedules. It supports various view types (daily, weekly, monthly), and allows you to create popup notifications for your upcoming tasks. It also supports dragging and resizing for easier schedule adjusting, changing the start day of the week, and can be custozimed by themes.
Day.js is a fast, tiny and immutable date library for parsing, validating and formatting dates. It has an easy to use API, works great on all browsers and is a nice alternative to Moment.js. You can create dates in various formats, add, subtract and compare dates, and change date formats.
Mustard is an open-source, lightweight starter CSS framework. It supports all the components a front-end framework needs like a CSS flexbox grid, progress bars, buttons, forms, and a lot more. It is currently in beta, so it will be improved even more in the future.
Permit is a authentication library for creating Node.js APIs. It offers an easy way to add an authentication layer to any Node.js API, and can be used with any other popular framework such as Express, Koa, Hapi. What is more, Permit has a simple interface, which makes it easy to write the authentication logic.
This is a toolkit for building and deploying serverless architectures to any provider. It allows you to safely deploy functions, events and their required resources together via provider resource managers. It supports Node.js, Python, Java, PHP and more languages. The framework is completely extensible and you can use a number of community-made plugins or just create a new one yourself.
VuePress is a simple Vue-powered static site generator. It generates pre-rendered static HTML for each page, and runs as single-page application. VuePress comes with a default theme that includes responsive layouts, customizable navbar and sidebar, optional homepage and more.
Preact is a minimal alternative to React with a modern API and great performance. It’s one of the fastest Virtual DOM libraries, and includes performance features like customizable update batching, optional async rendering and DOM recycling. It is highly extensible, and adding the preact-compat alias allows you to use various React components in your app.
A tiny library that can be used for creating bursting particle effects. The effect looks great on buttons, making them integrate/desintegrate into little pieces. The animation effects are powered by anime.js, and you can change their duration, speed, type, style and other options.
This is a simple promise-based library for loading single or multiple assets in parallel. Supports images (png, jpg, svg), audio (mp3, ogg), video (mp4), json, text and other file types. It can be used with async/await syntax and works on all browsers including IE 11+.
This is a simple, pure CSS library for creating interesting loading effects. There are many different variations that you can choose from. What is more, they are really easy to use, all you need is a single HTML div element and some classes.
Sails is a framework that offers an easy way to build custom Node.js apps. It follows the MVC architecture from frameworks like Ryby on Rails, allows you to auto-generate REST APIs, and has an easy WebSocket integration. Sails can work with any database and is compatible with all the front-end frameworks.
The revolutionary web design tool for creating responsive websites and apps.