Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.
A jQuery plugin for creating autocomplete input fields. The library utilizes HTML5’s
<datalist>, allowing devs to easily organize all the possible select values and their properties. It works well with multiple selections, has a clear UI, and is really easy to implement.
Modern CSS framework that provides tons of features, while managing to stay lightweight thanks to it’s modular architecture. The core of Consise has only basic styles for the native HTML elements, while various utilities and components can be included in the form of add-ons.
Lightweight plugin for Vue.js that enables developers to easily validate all the data in the model. It provides a number of built-in validations such as
minLength, and also supports custom validators. The library is compatible with Vue.js 2.0 and has no other external dependencies.
This cool library takes the position and direction velocity of the cursor, and tries to predict which DOM element the user is going to interact with next. Although not very precise, Premonsih is really fun to play around with, thanks to it’s straightforward API that let’s you set it up in no time.
Node.js library that lets you monitor the size of your projects and find out exactly which modules add the most weight. The GitHub homepage of the project also has some great tips on how to minimize unnecessary bloat and bring down the size of your npm packages.
UI framework for Vue.js 2 that makes building applications with Vue even easier, with the help of clean, semantic and reusable components. Style-wise Vuetify follows Google’s popular Material Design language for the components, and provides a standard 12-column responsive grid for doing layouts.
CSS library for creating beautiful buttons with fancy on-hover animations. Right now the project offers 13 different designs (probably more in the future), all available in four sizes, six predefined color schemes, and block/inline block variants.