The story behind List.js or how I launched my first open source project

The story behind List.js or how I launched my first open source project

Jonny Strömberg told us the story behind his 1st open source project called List.js – a tiny library that adds search, sort, filters to your HTML lists and tables.

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DummyText – an easy way to fill your webpages with content

DummyText – an easy way to fill your webpages with content

DummyText is a simple and free service that allows you to add small bits of markup that automatically add lorem ipsum content to your webpages.

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AntiModerate – a great progressive image loading library

AntiModerate – a great progressive image loading library

Jett La Rue created a nice library that reduces the loading time of a page to < 1sec on slow connections. He was glad to tell us the story behind this unique project.

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Touch-friendly jQuery image lightbox for mobile and desktop

Touch-friendly jQuery image lightbox for mobile and desktop

André Knieriem – a passionate web developer from Germany, created a simple, yet a very useful touch-friendly jQuery image lightbox for mobile and desktop.

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Pt.js – an experiment of visual forms in code

Pt.js – an experiment of visual forms in code

William Ngan created a cool project. It’s calles Pt.js and it’s a JavaScript library which you can use to make crazy, strange, awesome visual forms in code.

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Wallop – a minimal JavaScript library for showing & hiding elements

Wallop – a minimal JavaScript library for showing & hiding elements

What is wallop? It’s not just a slider – it’s a minimal JavaScript library for showing and hiding diverse elements.

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