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Webpack - A bundler for javascript and friends

  •    Javascript

Webpack is a module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

css-spinners - Simple CSS spinners and throbbers made with CSS and minimal HTML markup.

  •    CSS

Simple CSS loading indicators made with CSS and minimal HTML markup. Simply replace "loading-indicator" with the class name of your choice.

loaders.css - Delightful, performance-focused pure css loading animations.

  •    CSS

Delightful and performance-focused pure css loading animations. A collection of loading animations written entirely in css. Each animation is limited to a small subset of css properties in order to avoid expensive painting and layout calculations.

NVActivityIndicatorView - A collection of awesome loading animations

  •    Swift

NVActivityIndicatorView is a collection of awesome loading animations. This is original a fork from DGActivityIndicatorView, inspired by Loaders.css, written in Swift with full implementation of animations, plus more.

vuex-loading - Complex Loader Management for Vue/Vuex Applications

  •    Vue

Multiple Process Loader Management for Vue and (optionally) Vuex.Even it's named as "vuex-loading", Vuex is now completely optional.

load-asset - Loads a single or multiple assets and returns a promise.

  •    Javascript

A simple Promise-based asset loader with cross browser support down to IE 11. Ideal for use with async/await syntax. Uses fetch where possible, otherwise falls back to XMLHTTPRequest. Tries to infer loader type from extension, but you can also specify a type for other extensions – see Loaders for details.

flutter_spinkit - ✨ A collection of loading indicators animated with flutter

  •    Dart

A collection of loading indicators animated with flutter. Heavily inspired by @tobiasahlin's SpinKit. For more info, please, refer to the showcase.dart in the example.


  •    Javascript

Qoopido.demand is a modular, flexible and 100% async JavaScript module loader with a promise like interface that utilizes localStorage as a caching layer. It comes in a rather tiny package of ~7kB minified and gzipped. Qoopido.demand originated from my daily use of require.js for the initial development of my Qoopido.nucleus library which is strictly atomic by nature, unbundled.

react-native-spinner-button - React Native button component with multiple animated spinners

  •    Javascript

This is a pure javascript and react-native Button component with a Spinner embeded in it. In many of the react-native projects we have worked on required the button to be disabled when app is processing something on tap of that button, and a loading indicator on it or beside it, so the user can be made aware of app doing some processing. From a developer perspective, it is very painful to manage two different components: a button and a spinner for lots of buttons! So when we came accross this beautiful component SSspinnerButton, we decided to do something like that in react-native.

isomorphic-ensure - :last_quarter_moon: Use webpack loaders seamlessly – in node as well as in the browser

  •    Javascript

Use webpack loaders seamlessly – in node as well as in the browser. And that almost for free. Around 160 bytes is all you’ll add to the browser bundle – including boilerplate code. Measured minzipped when raw-loader and json-loader are used.

react-native-animated-loader - :lollipop: A React Native Loader Component which uses Airbnb's Lottie for beautiful loader animations

  •    Javascript

A React Native Loader Component which uses Airbnb's Lottie for beautiful loader animations. This library uses lottie-react-native to render loader animations. Therefore this library need to be installed and linked to your project before installing this package.

vue-spinners - 💫 A collection of loading spinner components for Vuejs

  •    Javascript

A Vue.js port of react-spinners. For size, height, and width props, there are sizeUnit, heightUnit, and widthUnit prop that accepts px, %, or em. The default for the unit prop is px.