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3D and 2D Transforms for jQuery: TransformJS

TransformJS is a jQuery plugin which exposes new CSS properties accessible through .css() and .animate() which you can use to apply and manage transformations to a jQuery element. TransformJS uses feature detection to analyze the supported features of the browser it is running in and adapts accordingly and it maintains an in-memory matrix which it uses to apply the transforms.…

JavaScript Progress Indicator: Spin.js

Spin.js is an open source JavaScript Progress Indicator with VML fallback for IE. The progress indicator is highly configurable and you can control the number of lines, length, width, radius etc using an easy to use interface completely built with CSS3. Features No images, no external CSS No dependencies Highly configurable Resolution independent Works in all major browsers, including IE6…

Animated jQuery Image Slider with Unique Transition Effects: Chop Slider

As the saying goes: Big things come in small packages. Chop Slider proves it true. Packaged in just 6KB, ChopSlider delivers awesome and powerful image slider with unlimited transition effects. In fact, it is more than a simple image slider. It allows you to create your own custom transition effects that harness the power of CSS3 and jQuery to provide amazing animations that…

Adobe Edge Creates Flash-like Animations with HTML5

Adobe Edge is a new web motion and interaction design tool that allows designers to bring animated content to websites, using web standards like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Features Create new compositions with Edge’s drawing and text tools Import popular web graphics such as SVG, PNG, JPG or GIF files Easily choreograph animation with the timeline editor Energize existing HTML…

jQuery-powered HTML5 UI Framework: Kendo UI

If you ask me one thing that is going to change the entire domain of web design in near future, that is HTML5. It is powerful, dynamic and lightweight. It not only supplements the modern standards of CSS3 and JavaScript but also provide native support to handle dynamic content including rich imagery, animation, data-driven objects and the ability to render…

An HTML5 WordPress Framework: PressWork

If you are still tied to old Wordpress interface with limited freedom to play with your site's design and layout, we highly recommend that you check out PressWork. It is a free, open source HTML5 WordPress theme framework that gives you freedom and power to take control of your Wordpress sites. PressWork fully supports all the modern Wordpress themes built on…

Animated CSS3 Circular Menu with Circular Sub Menus

Today we are featuring a simple CSS3 based circular navigation menu by Stu Nicholls that you can use on your website or web application to provide a creative navigation menu. This lightweight CSS3 animated circular menu uses CSS3 Transforms and Transitions methods to produce animated circular icon menu with circular sub menus. By hovering over an icon, it animate into six icons…

Collection of Free jQuery, HTML5 and CSS3 Scripts

Today, we are featuring Collin Henderson's collection of Free jQuery, HTML5 and CSS3 scripts. Check out these smart scripts and bookmark the page as your one-stop-place for some free and really cool scripts for replacing standard radio buttons and checkboxes, for just for cool CSS3 and jQuery effects. The jQuery and CSS scripts collection contains: EMSegmentedControl - A drop in replacement…

Web-based Tool for Creating HTML5 Animations: Automatoon

Animation with HTML 5 has many benefits over other tools. The first and the foremost reason for creating animations with HTML5 is native support of HTML5 in all modern browsers. It is also easy to implement and quick to master. Plus, there are a number of smart tools that allow you to easily create animations with HTML5 without requiring you to write…

CSS3 Transitions With Custom Easing Functions: Morf.js

Morf.js is a Javascript work-around for hardware accelerated CSS3 transitions with custom easing functions. This CSS3 transition utility lets you define your own easing formulas and it uses Shifty to calculate keyframe states. What Morf.js actually does is create a CSS3 animation on the fly for the requested transition. In other words at the time that Morf.transition is called, all…