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Javascript Shopping Cart - simpleCart(js)

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6 JavaScript Animation Libraries to Save Time and WOW Clients JavaScript and CSS libraries help web designers and developers be better at their jobs, while alleviating common pain points encountered when manually coding elements. Saving time, creating more while doing less, and building upon previously successful frameworks are just a few of the benefits of using these libraries. Best of all, they’re built to help with all areas of web design and development — including animations, which can be a powerful part of your next client project. As outlined in Pasquale D’Silva’s theory of transitional interfaces, animations are important to websites because they help users understand changes. This is why web designers and developers should not only “delight” users with animations, but also create them to serve a functional purpose. We want you to focus less on the logistics of your animations and more on planning, strategizing, and implementing them. You might also like: How to Upload and Animate SVG Icons in 3 Simple Steps 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

alertifyjs - An unobtrusive customizable JavaScript notification system Unfortunately, I will no longer be maintaining alertify.js. I have many ongoing projects that aren't leaving me with enough time to do what needs to be done. If anyone wants to create a fork and maintain - by all means go for it! It's been great seeing people use it and enjoy it and this decision is simply because I don't believe it's fair that developers are looking for help and not getting it. I wish I had more time or contributions to keep it going and make it better, but the sad reality is that not usually the case on these kinds of projects. Forks I will be updating this site to list forks of alertify.js.

Bringing Pages to Life with the Web Animations API This article is by guest author Dudley Storey. SitePoint guest posts aim to bring you engaging content from prominent writers and speakers of the JavaScript community. One API to Rule Them All Animation on the web has long been divided into four disparate camps: CSS transitions and animations are very performant and provide keyframing, but are also time-consuming to build, and provide only basic start-and-end control in CSS and JavaScript. The Web Animations API seeks to integrate the best features of all of these into a single, unified specification, while eliminating the drawbacks, creating a native understanding of keyframes, easing, and element control in JavaScript, with the same on-screen performance as CSS. Keyframes in JavaScript Let’s take one of the simplest possible examples of a keyframe animation: moving a red ball element from one side of the page to the other. As will the initial CSS: This animation would be called from the declaration for the red ball element: Dealing Images