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popper.js - A kickass library to manage your poppers


A library used to position poppers in web applications.A popper is an element on the screen which "pops out" from the natural flow of your application. Common examples of poppers are tooltips, popovers and drop-downs.

selection-sharer - Medium like popover menu to share on Twitter or by email any text selected on the page


Popover menu to share on Twitter or by email any text selected on the page with support for mobile devices (with a popunder). This script requires jQuery so make sure you have it loaded on your page.




react-select-popover - A react component to convert a select box into a nifty popover with prepopulated options


A react component to convert a select box into a nifty popover with prepopulated options. This creates a hidden multi select field. You can submit it as part of a form or listen for onChange event.

react-native-list-popover - Popover to render a selectable list


Popover is a great way to show a list of items for users to choose from. With component you can add a very simple pop over screen with a list of items as the child component and access the selected item from the parent component. It is a very easy way of adding a list of options to the UI.


popover - Popover component built on top of Tip


Popover component built on top of Tip. Create a new popover with content being either a string, html, or element, and optional title which may contain html or be an element as well.

react-native-simple-popover - Simple dynamic popovers for React Native


react-native-simple-popover provides a simple popover implementation and supports automatic popover placement. This package does not provide native modules and does not require linking and rebuilding your application.

popover - Small, composable popover component.


Pretty small (7.5kb minified, 2.6kb gzipped), pretty reliable popovers. Loosely follows Backbone's/Ampersand's View Conventions, but doesn't require to be used with either one. Take a look at test/test.html or the demo site for examples. Both use the entirely optional themed version, so don't let that fool you ;-).

CCNStatusItem - CCNStatusItem is a subclass of NSObject to act as a custom view for NSStatusItem


CCNStatusItem is a subclass of NSObject to act as a custom NSStatusItem. Running on Yosemite it has full support for the class NSStatusBarButton which is provided by NSStatusItem via the button property. It supports a customizable statusItemWindow that will manage any NSViewController instance for presenting the content.

ember-pop-over - A pop-over component for Ember apps


NOTE: This is still pre-1.0 software and is subject to change. This pop-over provides a pluggable interface for dealing with pop overs around your site. It has an inteface for registering constraint behaviors and animations.

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Demos and many more usage examples can be found through the docs page. A real world usage example for this could be using it to dim the background and highlight the required element e.g. the way facebook does it on creating a post.

d3-bootstrap-plugins - Porting some of bootstrap's plugins over to d3


js/css duo for bootstrap style tooltips and popovers. The tooltip function attaches event listeners to selections that go and display bootstrap tooltips or popovers when the specified events are detected.

vue-popover - Reusable popover component for Vue


Reusable popover component for Vue. This is purely functional, it's a completely "naked" and blank canvas component. There are no styles for this component except a z-index, which you can override. From the root of your project.