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lwip - Light Weight Image Processor for NodeJS

  •    C

This module provides comprehensive, fast, and simple image processing and manipulation capabilities.There are no external runtime dependencies, which means you don't have to install anything else on your system.

react-flip-move - Effortless animation between DOM changes (eg

  •    Javascript

This module was built to tackle the common but arduous problem of animating a list of items when the list's order changes. CSS transitions only work for CSS properties. If your list is shuffled, the items have rearranged themselves, but without the use of CSS. The DOM nodes don't know that their on-screen location has changed; from their perspective, they've been removed and inserted elsewhere in the document.

repaintless - Library for fast CSS Animations

  •    CSS

The reason you can afford to do this relatively expensive precalculation is because there is a window of 100ms after someone interacts with your site where you’re able to do work without them noticing. If you’re inside that window users will feel like the site responded instantly! It’s only when things are moving that you need to maintain 60fps. There is a demo page for the library.




flipping - Flipping awesome animations.

  •    TypeScript

A library (and collection of adapters) for implementing FLIP transitions. In your HTML, add the data-flip-key="..." attribute to shared elements (see HTML example below).

fflip - Flexible Feature Flipping/Flagging for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Working on an experimental new design? Starting a closed beta? Rolling out a new feature over the next few weeks? Fa-fa-fa-flip it. fflip gives you complete control over releasing new functionality to your users based on their user id, join date, membership status, and whatever else you can think of. fflip's goal is to be the most powerful and extensible feature flipping/toggling module out there. Criteria are the rules that define access to different features. Each criteria takes a user object and some data as arguments, and returns true/false if the user matches that criteria. You will use these criteria to restrict/allow features for different subsets of your userbase.


Array Visualizer

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A Visual studio (2010 and 11) extension for visualizing arrays in debug mode. Project includes the extension, WPF and WinForms controls along with sample projects.

react-magic-hat - 🎩✨Library to implement the Magic Hat technique, blazingly fast 🚀

  •    Javascript

React implementation of what I call the Magic Hat UI technique [DEMO]. 🚀 Blazing fast. 60+ FPS hardware-accelerated CSS transforms, using the FLIP technique. Fluid and performant. Thanks to react-flip-move for that.

react-native-credit-card - :credit_card: React native credit card display component

  •    Javascript

This is a react native port of Card. There is a react port of Card, but it still renders on browser DOM (which is not as good as native view), so this library will take advantage of both. todo.

numanimate

  •    JQuery

A jQuery plugin that gradually tweens one numeric value to another and displays it in the specified DOM element.

node-imaginary - Minimalist node.js command-line & programmatic API client for imaginary

  •    Javascript

Minimalist node.js CLI & programmatic stream capable interface for imaginary server.Supports multiple image operations such as resize, crop, zoom, watermark, rotate... and both local and remote URL based image source processing, and additionally provides a simple balancing feature to use multiple imaginary servers.

midiflip - 🎹 Transform MIDI files mathematically

  •    Javascript

Transform MIDI songs to create mathematical remixes. Inspired by Andrew Huang's #MidiFlip "challenge".MidiFlip can be used to simply flip notes around, inverting all the pitches, but it also gives you raw control over the notes in a simple way so you can make arbitrary remappings.

node-flipr - Feature flipping and configuration using yaml files.

  •    Javascript

For v0, see this branch.The percent rule is used to change config values based on some percentage calculated using a unique identifier. One common use for this rule is rolling out changes to an arbitrary percentage of users. The example below shows how would you enable a feature for 15% of your users.

exif-rotate - Rotate an image based on its EXIF Orientation

  •    Javascript

Rotate an image based on its Orientation EXIF tag