Collective #3

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jQuery Slider Plugin * Free fonts * SASS insights * WebGL demystified * CSS social buttons * Slick graphs * Ribbon Menu

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Code Pad


Code Pad is a new platform for developers to share and save code snippets. If you want to get in now, you'll have to request an invite.

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UIKit: Modern UI components


Some really helpful UI components for many kind of web applications. Very easy to use and to style.

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Hagin: Free Font from Fontfabric


Beautiful "old school" style serif font from Fontfabric.

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Sequence: The jQuery Slider Plugin with Infinite Style


Ian Lunn developed this open source jQuery slider plugin that let's you take control over the CSS3 transitions for the slides making it easy to build a unique slider. It can be used in responsive layouts and it has support for touch devices.

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Musings on Preprocessing


Chris Coyier shares his helpful thoughts and experiences on SASS. A must-read in-depth article followed by a great discussion.

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WebGL Fundamentals


Curious about WebGL? This article by Gregg Tavares will give you a really great introduction into the topic and demystify the 2D API...yes, 2D!

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CSS Ribbon Menu


In this tutorial, Jack Moore will show you how to create a slick CSS ribbon menu using transitions and pseudo-elements.

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This jQuery plugin makes it possible to create smooth book-like page transitions. It's a lightweight plugin and it uses hardware acceleration and works on tablets and smartphones.

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bear css


Bear css will generate a CSS template based on your provided markup and the HTML elements used. You can upload your HTML and bear css will create a CSS file for you that you can download.

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Zocial CSS social buttons


These CSS buttons are delicious. Sam Collins shares his set of 42 CSS3 font-face vector icon buttons that are easiliy editable and have a beautiful style.

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Better Background Images For Responsive Web Design


An interesting article by Elliot Jay Stocks about the problems of the CSS background-size property and how to solve them.

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Glisse.js is a simple, responsive and fully customizable jQuery photo viewer with great CSS3 image transitions.

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CSS3 Pseudo-Classes and HTML5 Forms


Peter Gasston will teach you some nifty things about forms and how to make use of some great features of CSS3 and HTML5.

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Free Font: Metropolis 1920


An absolutely sexy art deco style font by Josip Kelava.

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Developing Game Audio with the Web Audio API

Another superb tutorial by HTML5 Rocks: Boris Smus will show you how to use the Web Audio API for game audio development.

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Morris.js is a lightweight library that uses jQuery and Raphaƫl to make stunning graphs easily.

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