Archive for 2018
yall.js is a featured-packed lazy loading script for
<iframe> elements. It works in all modern browsers including IE11. It uses Intersection Observer where available, but falls back to
orientationchange events where necessary. It can also monitor the DOM for changes using Mutation Observer to lazy load image elements that have been appended to the DOM after initial page render, which may be desirable for single page applications. It can also (optionally) optimize use of browser idle time using
requestIdleCallback. To optimize decoding of
<img> lazy loading for simple
srcset use cases, yall.js uses
Image.decode where available to decode images asynchronously before adding them to the DOM.
Today we’d like to share another CSS grid-powered template with you. The idea is to show a navigation and some scattered images in the background that have a slight parallax effect. Once the “explore” link is clicked, the seemingly randomly placed items animate to their final position in a grid. Each grid has its own unique layout. Once the animation is done, the whole thing becomes scrollable and a content area shows beneath the grid.The animations are powered by TweenMax.
Today we’d like to share a little artsy effect with you. The idea is to show a fast fullscreen preview of images when hovering over a special link. In our demo we use the concept of a photographer’s website where the link to their works triggers the effect. On hover, some photos are shown rapidly in a loop. Once the link is clicked, the current image scales down and moves to its place in the grid. The animations are made using TweenMax.
Most Splitting methods utilize a series of
<span>s populated with CSS variables and data attributes unlocking transitions and animations that were previously not feasible with CSS.
- basic diagram elements (rect, circle, ellipse, text, image, path)
- ready-to-use diagram elements of well-known diagrams (ERD, Org chart, FSA, UML, PN, DEVS, …)
- custom diagram elements based on SVG or programmatically rendered
- interactive elements and links
- connecting diagram elements with links
- customizable links, their arrowheads and labels
- links smoothing (bezier interpolation)
- magnets (link connection points) can be placed basically anywhere
- hierarchical diagrams
- serialization/deserialization to/from JSON format
- highly event driven – you can react on any event that happens inside the paper
- zoom in/out
- touch support