- Fully Object Oriented
- Provides access to the canvas context
- Provides mouse-events to all objects
- Provides keyboard-events to all objects
- Provides drag’n’drop
- Easy methods to manage objects
- Provides easy objects animation
In today’s tutorial we want to show you how to create a simple item slider with CSS animations and some jQuery. The idea was inspired by the Aplle product slider where several little items fly in with a bouncing animation. We wanted to translate this concept to a modern-looking alternative for a minimal online store design where the items represent different categories. Categories as use-case fit quite well because of the limited nature of this type of slider. For more items to be shown, this is certainly a far-from-optimal solution. If the amount of items is limited this might give an interesting little touch to the experience.
“hoverOver” plug-in is useful for showing content on image or text blocks to show short information related to product, image etc. Plug-in provides various animation effects to show content.
- Hover over content can be defined on text content or image
- You can define content text either in contentData or define data-content=’#contentID’ and define content inside Hover Content Goes Here
- 14 different animation styles
- 5 styles for show content e.g. fly, curtain, push, pull, tocenter/fromcenter
- Content can be half visible using contentShowHeight. (e.g. Can be used with “flytop” & “flybottom”)
In this short tutorial post, I create a simple code in jquery to creating an animation look a like effect, that triggered by mouse cursor position. This trick can be used for animating photo profile, with changing the image source on html element or in this case I change the class value.
FlipBook will take a sequential time series of images and animate them. Each image is shown for a short period of time and then replaced by the next image in the series. The animation begins as soon as the first image is loaded; images that have not yet been downloaded from the server are skipped. They are included in the animation sequence after they have been loaded by the browser.
- set the animation speed
- change animation direction
- exclude specific images
- single step through the images
- resizes to fit the images
- Cross-platform compatibility. The gauges can be used on any platforms: ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, JSP, ColdFusion, Ruby on Rails and simple HTML pages and accessed from any devices: desktop, laptop, mobile (including iPhone and iPad), and via any browsers: IE, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc.
- Declarative description. The gauges are described using declarative selection of the parameter in JSON.
- Customization. You can set any parameters describing your gauge and create custom objects using JSON.
- Interactivity and Animation. Every gauge provides customizable interactivity and animation.
- Easy styling. A gauge styling can be easily modified in CSS.
- WinRT compatible. The gauges can be integrated into HTML5-based WinRT applications to effectively visualize data.
zSnow can make your normal website into a winter/christmas theme! With more than ten options to choose from, you can make it as unique as possible. Each flake is programmed, calculated and generated to behave different than the others. The flakes are easily modifiable PNG images drawn in PS.
Users can enjoy your website even more by playing around with the flakes as each one is completely different and interactive. They will play a tone and fade away as the user hovers them.
A step-by-step tutorial on how to create a beautifully looking Christmassy scrolling effect by Paulina Hetman from Pepsized.skrollr is much more than “just” parallax scrolling. It’s a full-fledged scrolling animation library. In fact, you can use it and still have no parallax scrolling at all. But I wanted to sound hip and use some buzz-words. By the way, skrollr leverages HTML5 and CSS3.
skrollr allows you to animate any CSS property of any element depending on the horizontal scrollbar position. All you need to do is define key frames for each element at certain points in top scroll offset.
spriteOnHover (Sprite on Hover) is a lightweight jQuery plugin designed to animate your sprite sheets on hover (duh).The spriteOnHover plugin will autodetect how many frames your sprite has, based on the orientation parameter, but it’s crucial that every frame has the exactly same size as the others. For now, multi-line sprites are not supported.
This script customize the animate.css and bootstrap.js, add CSS3 transition support with the Twitter Bootstrap, include the modal, popover and tab. You can enable this by change a little pice of your exist code.
- CSS3 transition support.
- Minimal change of the code, works fine with the exsit code.
- FAQ and source code are included in the package, free update in the future.