Authors Download. LungoJS - Kitchen Sink. Spin.js. Example Features No images, no external CSS No dependencies (jQuery is supported, but not required) Highly configurable Resolution independent Uses VML as fallback in old IEs Uses @keyframe animations, falling back to setTimeout() Works in all major browsers, including IE6 MIT License Spin.js dynamically creates spinning activity indicators that can be used as resolution-independent replacement for AJAX loading GIFs.
Usage The spin() method creates the necessary HTML elements and starts the animation. Manual insertion In order to manually insert the spinner into the DOM you can invoke the spin() method without any arguments and use the el property to access the HTML element: var spinner = new Spinner().spin(); target.appendChild(spinner.el); Positioning Since version 2.0.0 the spinner is absolutely positioned at 50% of its offset parent. Tablecloth.js. Best. Isotope. Cubism.js. Time Series Visualization foo6.9 bar7.8 foo + bar15 foo - bar−0.96 Cubism.js is a D3 plugin for visualizing time series.
Turn.js - The page flip effect for HTML5. A Detailed Overview of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Coding Structure. The model-view-controller or MVC is software architecture commonly used for creating web applications or software.
In other words, it's a structure for web applications to follow in order to ensure efficiency and consistency. Many of the most popular frameworks use the MVC architecture, including ASP.NET, CodeIgniter, Zend, Django, and Ruby on Rails. At the same time, there are many web developers who don't use a coding framework yet still set up their applications to follow the MVC structure. In this article we'll look in more depth at what the MVC architecture is in detail, and what each part is, and why you should be using it. Why You Should Use It Without a good reason to use a new structure, framework, technology, or trend, many developers may have a hard time getting motivated to learn a new topic.
To detect the user’s movement I used a technic that is probably well-known by developers, designers and motion designers: the blend mode difference . The concept is, if you put a picture on top of the same picture and blend them together using the blend mode difference, you obtain… a black screen!