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AngularJS Simple YouTube Menu Effect A tutorial on how to recreate the effect of YouTube's little left side menu. The idea is to slide a little menu icon to the right side while revealing some menu item list beneath. View demo Download source Today we’ll show you how to recreate the little menu effect that you can see in the left side-menu on YouTube when watching a video (where it says “Guide”). The menu is made of a little menu icon, a label and a list of menu items that appears when the label or menu icon is clicked. Once it’s clicked the menu icon slides to the right and the label moves up while the list items fade in sequentially. So, let’s do it! The Markup For the HTML we will use a nav element and inside we’ll add a div that will contain the menu icon and the label. Each menu item will have a little icon, so we’ll give them all different classes for that. Let’s take a look at the CSS. The CSS Note that the CSS will not contain any vendor prefixes, but you will find them in the files. First, we will include our icon font:

Simple Icon Hover Effects with CSS Transitions and Animations Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Mobile Desktop Partners Support Security Settings Time Videos List Refresh Images Edit Link Mail Location Archive Chat Bookmarks User Contact Note that the dashed border on a round pseudo-element (border-radius: 50%) does not work in FF 21.0 Mobile Desktop Partners Support Security Settings Support Fav Contract Refresh Settings Time Videos List Refresh Archive Chat Bookmarks User Contact Images Edit Link Mail Location If you enjoyed these effects you might also like: Creative Button Styles Creative Link Effects

Get in touch | Substrakt lafilleblanc: Mai Thu Perret @ Timothy Taylor GalleryNeon, 2008(via) Deal with users authentication in an AngularJS web app This post is meant to share some thought about the main issues related to the user’s authentication in an AngularJS web app. This post is about how to maintain, and recognize, the status of authentication of an user (that is, if he’s logged in, or not) between the different routes of a web application. Moreover it also explains how to handle the case of a not authenticated user, who is trying to access to a page, that requires the user to be logged in. Before going into the details of my approach, it is very important to clarify that, because the user has full controll of the browser, each control implemented with front end technologies, must (!) Recognize an authenticated user There are probably several ways to recognize an authenticated user; infact it’s possible to set a global variable, or create a cookie… but my favourite way to reach the objective is to use an AngularJS service. Are you wondering about how to use this service? Mantain reserved content… reserved

Fullscreen Pageflip Layout with BookBlock Table of Contents ← Previous Demo: Responsive Audio Player Back to the Codrops Article Self-destruction The Hon. Francis Gillette, in a speech in Hartford, Conn., in 1871, said that there was "in Connecticut, on an average, one liquor shop to every forty voters, and three to every Christian church. In New London, report says, the young men are falling into drinking habits as never before. "The pulse of a person in health beats about seventy strokes a minute, and the ordinary term of life is about seventy years. "In New York, Mr. "Massachusetts is moving to build an asylum for her twenty-five thousand drunkards. "The same rate of fearful expenditure for intoxicating drinks extends across the ocean. From "The Funny Side of Physic" by A. Why we die But few of the human race die of old age. "Choked with passion" is no chimera; for passion often kills the unfortunate possessor of an irritable temper, sometimes suddenly. Let us see how long a man should live. The honeymoon Dr. A drawing joke

Portraits with Carter Kustera - Custom Silhouettes If we had to pick one thing that the Parisians do crazy well, it’s picnicking (or maybe fashion). But for this how-to, we’re focusing on their ability to lay out the yummiest wine + cheese + baguette spreads. Learn the easy five step approach to packing a gorgeous French apero from Katie Donnelly Photography plus find even more pretty inspirtion in the VAULT. Living in Paris there are only a few things that are ever certain: rain, red lipstick, the Eiffel Tower, and Parisians picnicking the second it becomes sunny. While there are a few obvious things that always make their appearance (ahem, wine and cheese I’m looking at you!) An apero can consist of many different things but first and foremost, there is always wine. FROMAGE! Popular cheeses are: Chèvre Frais (fresh goat cheese) Comté Contal Brie Roquefort Tomme de Brebie If you get a chance, head to a cheese market and ask the fromager (cheese merchant) what they would recommend! Snacks! Baguette. Charcuterie. Join The Conversation

Eduardo Nunes – Cross-Media Designer I was born in 1987 in Covilhã, Portugal, to a middle class factory worker and an administrative assistant. Actually, I was supposed to be the son of a musician and a police woman, but I soon learned life takes unexpected turns. At the age of six, I was convinced I was meant to be a newspaper reporter. I used to lay for hours in front of the TV during news broadcasts, taking notes of whatever topics I thought were the most important. At the age of nine I was so into it that I decided to start producing my own handwritten newspapers, with help from my mother, who had privileged access to a photocopier. I turned to the Web, and taught myself how to design and code websites before the turn of the millenium. I eventually moved to Coimbra, to study Communication and Multimedia Design—and juggle a long-distance relationship with my lovely highschool sweetheart. More Speaking Past Communications

Why does Angular.js rock? Let’s see if we can discover why :) Angular.js is a MV* (Model – View – Whatever) Javascript framework which is maintained by Google which excels in the creation of single-page-applications or even for adding some “magic” to our classic web applications. I could spend all the day writing about why you should try Angular.js in your new project, but I feel that it would be better if we see it in action. Data binding and scopes The first question that usually comes to mind is: Does it support data binding? Let’s see an example of Angular.js’ way of data binding: In this little piece of code, there are a few things to explain but before that, I want you to get familiarized with the code: Try it Insert your name: Echo: NOTE: Don’t worry too much about the ng-app thing at this moment. As you see, what we write in the input, is echoed after it. Ok, but where are we saving that Alright alright, that wasn’t hard, but…. The idea is something like: Let’s see a complex example: See it Hello, World

A Collection of Page Transitions A showcase collection of various page transition effects using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share a collection of creative page transitions with you. We’ve put together a couple of animations that could be applied to “pages” for creating interesting navigation effects when revealing a new page. Please note that this is just for showcasing some interesting effects and for inspiration. The CSS animations are divided into different sets, depending on what they do. Please note: this only works as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. For showcasing the page transitions, we’ve used the following structure: <div id="pt-main" class="pt-perspective"><div class="pt-page pt-page-1"><h1><span>A collection of</span><strong>Page</strong> Transitions</h1></div><div class="pt-page pt-page-2"></div></div> The perspective container is relative and we add a perspective of 1200px to it.

Munich based Web and Interaction Designer - Igor Zagnienski Around Responsive Website Klepper Markenberatung Gruenbeck Multimedia Installation witoldsz/angular-http-auth Blueprint: Vertical Icon Menu Of their Magistrates Thirty families choose every year a magistrate, who was anciently called the Syphogrant, but is now called the Philarch; and over every ten Syphogrants, with the families subject to them, there is another magistrate, who was anciently called the Tranibore, but of late the Archphilarch. All the Syphogrants, who are in number two hundred, choose the Prince out of a list of four who are named by the people of the four divisions of the city; but they take an oath, before they proceed to an election, that they will choose him whom they think most fit for the office: they give him their voices secretly, so that it is not known for whom every one gives his suffrage. The Prince is for life, unless he is removed upon suspicion of some design to enslave the people. The Tranibors are new chosen every year, but yet they are, for the most part, continued; all their other magistrates are only annual. Of their trades, and manner of life