Unveil.js is a jQuery plugin for easily loading images with lazy load.
Unveil.js loads images only once they are in the user’s viewport, thus reducing load times and quite possibly server load.
It’s basically a stripped-down version of this lazy load plugin, with extra support for high-resolution images.
Clown Car Technique is a technique for creating responsive images within SVG.
This way of doing things has several advantages, the main of which is that all the logic gets handled on the SVG side.
The clown car technique, by the way, is thus called because all the images (clowns) are stuffed inside one huge image (car).
You can add custom prefixes to the output. This extension is useful for anyone interested in coding vector graphics and using them in programming.
OrganicJS is a small framework for creating reusable JS, HTML and SVG components.
The framework provides support for:
You’d use this library for saving time when writing JS, HTML or SVG components.
Wookmark is a jQuery plugin for creating a Pinterest-like image grid.
Wookmark is easy to implement and works like a charm. While there are options — maximum item width; container; offset — they are not obligatory.
One example is with built-in infinite scroll, and that’s what you’re probably aiming for with this plugin.
Resemble.js was developed for PhantomCSS — a tool for testing CSS regressions by comparing screenshots — but can also be used to highlight differences.
This library is useful for sniffing out duplicates if you have a picture collection. Other possible uses are like those of PhantomCSS — testing tools and comparisons.
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