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A fast and lightweight drag&drop, sortable library for React with many configuration options covering many d&d scenarios. It uses css transitions for animations so it's hardware accelerated whenever possible. This library consists wrapper React components over smooth-dnd library.
The ScreenSnapper is a nifty little tool for grabbing desktop contents, either by a rubberband selection, or by grabbing an entire window. Supports multiple screens, JPG and PNG formats, dragging and dropping and printing of images. Great in combination with instant messaging!
Vue components for modifying lists with the HTML5 drag & drop API. Touch devices are not supported, because they do not implement the HTML5 drag & drop standard. However, you can use a shim to make it work on touch devices as well.
Vue directives that allow you to build sortable lists with the native HTML5 drag & drop API. Supports nested lists for building trees and other fancy structures. In general, in 2.0 directives have a greatly reduced scope of responsibility: they are now only used for applying low-level direct DOM manipulations. In most cases, you should prefer using Components as the main code-reuse abstraction.
A Vue.js demo app which demonstrates how to use Dragula with Vue 2 for drag and drop. Includes Time Travel demo (undo/redo) in Named service example. For detailed explanation on how things work, checkout the guide and docs for vue-loader.
Too long, didn't read: This guide makes DnD super fun and easy. This is a guide for new players and dungeon masters who want to play a fast-paced, fun-optimized version of the game. We prefer fun and hilarity over rule-following.
Advanced touch-compatible Drag'n'Drop library providing Draggable, Droppable and Sortable for Zepto.js and jQuery (for Zepto, you have to include its data module). This library is a derivative of zepto-dnd, which reached the limits of the native HTML5 Drag'n'Drop API, especially in terms of dragging helper accessibility and - most important - in terms of compatiblity with touch devices.
Statblock5e provides an easy way to display a creature statblock that looks almost exactly like the statblocks from the 5th edition D&D Monster Manual. This is implemented as a set of custom elements following the Web Components specs: HTML Imports, Custom Elements, Shadow DOM and the HTML5 template element.
A library and command line tool for parsing and evaluating dice notation. If your expression begins with a dash (-), then put a double dash (--) before it to prevent docopt from trying to process it as a command option. Example: roll -- -10d6. Alternatively, use parenthesis: roll (-10d6).