It is an interesting time to for any web developer. We like to think of web developers as artists of the internet and every artist needs his palette. CSS and JavaScript libraries are a web developer’s palette. The community is creating a whole set of new libraries for. So we bring to you a set of our favorite libraries for the year 2016. We definitely think that every web developer must go through these libraries. You can take a look of 15 CSS and Javascript Libraries You Would love to use.

Datedropper

Datedropper

This is a plugin for JQuery which gives you a fascinating format to preview the date fields in JQuery. It has sixteen different languages and every type of date format there is. It also has a number of practical options and interesting animation. Datedropper is simple to use. All you need to do is to implement this JavaScript file to your desired page and insert your date field with a method for dateDropper().

Drop.js

Drop

A handy library used to create drop down and floating displays. It is particularly a CSS and JavaScript library. It has smooth animation and allows you to add any HTML code of your choice in the drop down.

Vorlon.js

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vorlon

This is a Microsoft developed tool that allows you to remote testing and debugging of your JavaScript. Not only that, but it can be connected to 50 different devices remotely to allow you to check any code on each of these devices at the same time. It also includes a desktop tool which can be implemented through the use of Electron. Electron is an application with a simple GUI that gives you the power to test your code. What more could you possibly ask for a library?

Hammer

hammer

Another convenient open source plugin. It has the ability to recognize touch gestures or pointer events. Hammer can even understand complex gestures like swipe, pinch and rotate which allows developers the ability to make applications that give an experience which rivals that of native applications.

Vivus

vivus

This is a neat JavaScript class which helps developers bring their Scalable Vector Graphics to life. It doesn’t depend on anything and is completely separate from the rest of your code. It allows different choices for timing and types of animation. It also gives you the option to code, animations in JavaScript.

Popmotion

popmotion

A motion engine that allows input tracking for JavaScript. It allows you control over every minute aspect of your animation. It even allows for customized easing, transitioning, pausing, reversing and seeking animations and a lot more. It works smoothly with any browser and supports both Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) and CSS.

Animateplus

Animateplus

A powerful animation library for SVGs and CSS. It works easily on mobile phones and is a great tool for pages with a smooth landing. It even allows for the configuration of duration and delay before your animations start.

Dinamics.js

Dinamics

Yet another neat library for JavaScript that allows you to create animations based on physics. It supports a great deal of practical choices like friction, elasticity, and bounciness. It allows you to animate your menus, buttons and loading elements. You can visit the Dinamics.js website for cool examples to start you off.

Gradient Animator

gradient-animator

This is a handy tool which allows you to generate CSS gradients with animations. Once you have chosen the options like angles, speed, and colors, it allows you to copy and paste the code to the sheets to style your website.

Notie.js

notie

A JavaScript library for notifications. It is simple and easy to use. It allows for a number of different notification types which include different confirm and prompt browser dialogs as well. It provides you with an uncomplicated way to configure the manner in which your notifications are perceived. You can adjust every aspect of the library according to your needs.

OhSnap.js

ohsnap

This is another notification library mainly for JQuery. It works great with not only desktop browsers, but mobile browsers as well. It is effortless to implement into any existing website. All you need to do is to amend a .css file.

PurifyCSS

purify

PurifyCSS is a handy utility which you can use to alter CSS code. It can identify CSS selectors loaded dynamically in JavaScript. It can work with both single page and multi-page applications.

Wheelnav.js

wheelnav

Another neat JavaScript library for wheel menus and tab navigation. It’s built on SVG and gives you the choice to develop pie menus along with an option for sub-menus. The preset appearance is of a wheel but you can easily modify your menus.

spaceBase

spaceBase
It is an interesting time to for any web developer. We like to think of web developers as artists of the internet and every artist needs his palette. CSS and JavaScript libraries are a web developer’s palette. The community is creating a whole set of new libraries for. So we bring to you a set of our favorite libraries for the year 2016. We definitely think that every web developer must go through these libraries. You can take a look of 15 CSS and Javascript Libraries You Would love to use.

Egg.js

egg

A handy library tool that allows you to add easter eggs by detecting the keystrokes of the user. You can even add hooks which will activate after an ‘egg’ is triggered.

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