Useful Freebies for Web Designers & Developers from 2014 – Part 11

This is the latest roundup of useful freebies for Web Designers and Developers. Every month a lot of useful tools and web apps are released for designers and developers to help them with their designing issues. Each of these tools serves a unique purpose and most developers have integrated them into their workflow. The purpose of these tools is to save the time and the workflow to make much easier, plus designers and developers gets professional tools to learn and add to the projects in freely way.

In this article we have compiled a list of Best Tools for Web Designers and Developers which might be useful for their assignments and can help them to achieve the desired and eye catching results in certain period of time. Following tools are free but contain premium features and you can use them for your commercial or non commercial projects. If you are aware of any other useful tools for web designers, please let us know by shooting a comment below. Enjoy!

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Useful Freebies for Web Designers & Developers from 2014 – Part 10

1. gifshot

gifshotJavaScript library that can create animated GIFs from media streams, videos, or images.

Open Source

2. SVG Icons

SVG-IconsReady to use SVG icons for the web.

Open Source

3. pagePiling.js

pagePiling-jspagePiling plugin by Alvaro Trigo. Create a scrolling pile of sections.

Open Source

4. SweetAlert

SweetAlertA beautiful replacement for JavaScript’s “alert”.

Open Source

5. gridscrolling.js

gridscrolling-jsA jQuery plugin helping you layout your HTML5 article.

Open Source

6. Pikabu

PikabuA speedy, flexible framework for off-canvas flyout panels.

Open Source

7. Gleez CMS

Gleez-CMSOpen source, extensible Content Management System that is built on the Kohana Framework.

Open Source

8. kouto swiss

kouto-swisskouto swiss is a complete CSS framework for Stylus, inspired by great tools like nib, compass, bourbon.

Open Source

9. DeLorean.js

DeLorean-jsA completely agnostic JavaScript framework to apply Flux concepts into your interfaces easily.

Open Source

10. csstyle

csstylecsstyle is a modern approach for crafting beautifully maintainable stylesheets. The csstyle method is implemented using a set of SASS mixins that make your CSS readable and semantic, generate your selectors for you, and automatically handle things like specificity and nesting.

Open Source

11. Takana

TakanaTakana is a Sass/CSS live-editor. It lets you see your SCSS and CSS style changes live, in the browser, as you type them.

Open Source

12. Midnight.js

Midnight-jsA jQuery plugin to switch fixed headers on the fly.

Open Source

13. hello.js

hello-jsA Javascript RESTFUL API library for connecting with OAuth2 services, such as Google+ API, Facebook Graph and Windows Live Connect.

Open Source

14. Qhuery

QhueryA stupid sass experiment with colours. It generates 36000 media queries that change the body’s background colour.

Open Source

15. SkipTo

SkipToSkipTo is a replacement for your old classic “Skipnav” link. Once installed on a site, the script dynamically determines the most important places on the page and presents them to the user in a drop-down menu.

Open Source

16. Basscss

BasscssLow-level CSS Toolkit. Basscss is a lightweight collection of base element styles, utilities, layout modules, and color styles designed for speed, performance, and scalability.

Open Source

17. uiGradients

uiGradientsA handpicked collection of beautiful colour gradients for design and code.

Open Source

18. PaintCode

PaintCodePaintCode is a full-featured vector drawing app that instantly generates Objective-C, Swift or C# drawing code. Bridging the gap between programmers and graphic designers, PaintCode has quickly become one of the most popular developer tools on the Mac.

Open Source

19. Kata

KataJavascript JSON templating engine.

Open Source

20. Material Design

Material-DesignMaterial Design for Bootstrap is a theme for Bootstrap 3 which let you use the new Google Material Design in your favourite front-end framework.

Open Source

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