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Useful Freebies for Web Designers & Developers from 2014 – Part 13

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 12


1. MISSQL Command

MISSQL-CommandMaterial Design for Bootstrap is a theme for Bootstrap 3 which lets you use the new Google Material Design in your favorite front-end framework.

Open Source

2. Labelauty jQuery Plugin

Labelauty-jQuery-PluginA nice and lightweigth jQuery plugin that gives beauty to checkboxes and radio buttons and allows custom labels for each status of (un)checked inputs.

Open Source

3. Size Marks

Size-MarksSize Marks is a helpful Photoshop script for web designers and front-end engineers.

Open Source

4. Material UI

Material-UIA CSS Framework and a Set of React Components that Implement Google’s Material Design.

Open Source

5. MelchiorJS

MelchiorJSChainable Module Definition (CMD) dependency loader for JavaScript.

Open Source

6. Apper

ApperPlug and play, restful, real-time application framework for single page apps.

Open Source

7. Permit.js

Permit-jsPermit.js is a jQuery plugin that makes building interactive, multi-state prototypes for websites and apps easy.

Open Source

8. Hamlet

HamletHamlet is a simple and powerful reactive templating system. It’s framework agnostic and focuses on clean declarative templating, leaving you to build your application with your favorite tools. Hamlet leverages the power of native browser APIs to keep your data model and html elements in sync.

Open Source

9. FixedContent.js

FixedContent-jsA mobile-friendly, jQuery plugin that persists content (sidebar, nav, etc.) while scrolling.

Open Source

10. Rekapi

Rekapi

A keyframe animation library for JavaScript.

Open Source

11. Dashboards by Keen IO

Dashboards-by-Keen-IOResponsive dashboard templates for Bootstrap.

Open Source

12. passwds.io

passwds-ioThe Pronounceable Password Generator.

Open Source

13. Guardian

GuardianGuardian is a all-purpose form validation jQuery plugin. It was designed to be flexible and easy to extend to meet any need.

Open Source

14. Full Screen Vertical Scroller (FSVS)

Full-Screen-Vertical-Scroller-FSVSSimple Full Screen Vertical Slider using CSS3 transitions followed up by a jQuery fallback.

Open Source

15. screenfull.js

screenfull-jsSimple wrapper for cross-browser usage of the JavaScript Fullscreen API, which lets you bring the page or any element into fullscreen. Smoothens out the browser implementation differences, so you don’t have too.

Open Source

16. Walkway.js

Walkway-jsAn easy way to animate SVG images consisting of line and path elements.

Open Source

17. Brackets

BracketsA modern, open source code editor that understands web design.

Open Source

18. Motherplate

MotherplateA bare bones responsive SCSS boilerplate for web designers.

Open Source

19. jQuery Autotab

jQuery-AutotabA jQuery plugin that provides auto tabbing and filtering on text fields in a form.

Open Source

20. Glumpy

Glumpy1Glumpy is a python library for scientific visualization that is both fast, scalable and beautiful. Glumpy offers an intuitive interface between numpy and modern OpenGL.

Open Source

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