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Useful Freebies for Web Designers & Developers from 2015 – Part 21

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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1. Slideout.js

Slideout-jsA touch slideout navigation menu for your mobile web apps.

Open Source

2. dgrid

dgriddgrid is a next-generation grid component that takes full advantage of modern browsers and object stores. Lightweight, modular, and easily extensible, dgrid is released under the same open-source license and CLA as the Dojo Toolkit.

Open Source

3. Swiper

SwiperSwiper – is the free and most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions and amazing native behavior. It is intended to be used in mobile websites, mobile web apps, and mobile native/hybrid apps. Designed mostly for iOS, but also works great on latest Android, Windows Phone 8 and modern Desktop browsers.

Open Source

4. Plyr

PlyrA simple HTML5 media player with custom controls and WebVTT captions.

Open Source

5. Centurion

CenturionCenturion is a responsive web framework built for speed and simplicity with it’s scalable and easy syntax to get a new prototype up quickly, as well as, support browsers as far back as IE7 to ensure your website works from the grid up. It is built on CSS3 with HTML5 in mind to allow you to start capitalizing on the next web standard (that has been around for a decade).

Open Source

6. Unicoder.js

Unicoder-jsUnicoder.js is a small JS library, which converts given text to some of the more artistic unicode alphabets. You know, for social media and stuff.

Open Source

7. Kiwi.js

Kiwi-jsKiwi.js is a fun and friendly Open Source HTML5 Game Engine. Some people call it the WordPress of HTML5 game engines.

Open Source

8. MUI

MUIMUI is a lightweight HTML, CSS and JS framework for sites that follow Google’s Material Design guidelines.

Open Source

9. CotEditor 2.1

CotEditor-2.1CotEditor is a lightweight plain-text editor for OS X.

Open Source

10. CSS Apple Watch

CSS-Apple-WatchSimple pure CSS Apple Watch for mockups.

Open Source

11. Smiley.js

Smiley-jsSmiley.js is a script for rotating smiley faces on your site to the correct viewing angle.

Open Source

12. Pushy

PushyPushy is a responsive off-canvas navigation menu using CSS transforms & transitions. This project was inspired by the off-canvas navigation menu seen on Medium.

Open Source

13. RIN

RINA lean, gulp-based HTML & SASS boilerplate for better front-end coding.

Open Source

14. Help Me Build

Help-Me-BuildDo you want to build a website using WordPress or Bootstrap, but have no idea where to begin? Perhaps you want to create an email or a mockup image for your product. We can help, we have gathered all the best tools that will help non developers and non designers build awesome stuff with a few simple clicks and a couple of drag and drops.

Open Source

15. MUI – Material Design CSS Framework

MUIMUI is a lightweight HTML, CSS and JS framework for sites that follow Google’s Material Design guidelines.

Open Source

16. Flickity

FlickityTouch, responsive, flickable galleries.

Open Source

17. Origami

OrigamiOrigami is a free tool for designing modern user interfaces. Quickly put together a prototype, run it on your iPhone or iPad, iterate on it, and export code snippets your engineers can use.

Open Source

18. The Swarm Framework

The-Swarm-FrameworkSwarm is a framework allowing the creation of web applications which can scale transparently through a novel portable continuation-based approach.

Open Source

19. VisSense.js

VisSense-jsA utility library for observing visibility changes of DOM elements. Immediately know when an element becomes hidden, partly visible or fully visible.

Open Source

20. OpenUI5

OpenUI5OpenUI5 is an Open Source JavaScript UI library, maintained by SAP and available under the Apache 2.0 license. OpenUI5 lets you build enterprise-ready web applications, responsive to all devices, running on almost any browser of your choice.

Open Source

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