PDF files that are created online usually make use of the server-side languages (and their extensions/libraries for PDF).
It has support for text (styling is possible), drawing shapes and images. Also, the document can be set as landscape and …
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Backbone.Notifier is a powerful UI notifications framework for displaying and controlling UI notifications.
It is built on top of jQuery, Backbone.js + Underscore.js and has many cool features like a 3D module or animations support.
The notifications can be displayed on the top or in the middle, modal notifications exist and it is possible to set custom styles via CSS …
The timeline is is displayed horizontally, list of dates and events, it can generate a graphical representation of schedules, historical events, deadlines, and events placed on it can be any days long and details about the events are shown in a tooltip when hovered.
WYSIHTML5 is an open source rich text editor, based on HTML5 technology, developed by Xing, that produces non-bloated, valid HTML5 code.
The editor doesn’t rely on any JS framework, it is lightweight andloads/works pretty fast.
It transforms textarea fields and provides the major stuff including text styles (bold, italic), lists, headers, inserting images or links and …
Juicebox is a free HTML5 image gallery for creating spectacular galleries very easily.
Galleries build with it works everywhere; desktop, tablet or mobile and handles different screen sizes well (responsive).
Images can be browsed either with keyboard, mouse or touch (swipes) and they can be viewed in full-screen.
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These libraries are designed to work completely independently, or mixed and matched to suit your needs. The CreateJS Suite is comprised of:
Currently, it consists of 4 libraries:
minjs stays out of your way. It does not dictate how you to design your UI. It tries to make no assumptions about the layout of the HTML or CSS it’s running in.
Currently, there are 3 components…