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Download this repo and grab the grade.js file from the /docs/dist folder. If you pass in a 3rd parameter and it's a function, the HTML element(s) you passed in as the 1st parameter will not be manipulated, but an array will be returned to you, for you to do as you please with, ie.
This is an effort to give back to the community, by the community. Hopefully this will help you draw inspiration and serve as a resource for picking gradients for your own projects. Adding a gradient to the library is super simple. All the gradients are loaded and rendered from a single gradients.json file in the root.
Today almost all apps have async processes, such as Api requests, long running processes, etc. And while the processes are working, usually developers place a loading view to show users that something is going on. SkeletonView has been conceived to address this need, an elegant way to show users that something is happening and also prepare them to which contents he is waiting.
This library is currently under heavy development - if you have suggestions on the API or use-cases you'd like to be covered, please open an github issue or reach out. We'd love to hear about how you're using the library. functorch is a prototype of JAX-like composable FUNCtion transforms for pyTORCH.
Chrome Extension that adds a sidebar to the Developer Tools that displays information about the gradients applied to the inspected element. You can also toggle each gradient individually as they are different layers. You can install this plugin via Chrome Web Store or Opera Addons Page.
Chromatic is a node-sass wrapper around chroma.js with a few Sass-specific additions. Because of it's ability to support the LAB color space, Chromatic's color manipulation abilities can act as drop-in improvements for Sass's native color manipulation functions such as darken, saturate, and mix.