Here’s a small project, based on VueJs and Vuecidity I’ve just accomplished you can use to generate, edit, preview, copy and get permanent link CSS gradients. Currently, it supports linear and radial gradients, but I am planning to add support for conic gradients, enabled by the excellent CSS conic gradients polyfill by Lea Verou.
Just finished my next experiment with HTML5 WebComponents. AcidJs.XTextarea is an advanced replacement of the classic <textarea /> HTML element, supporting custom events and auto resizing as-you-type. Check the extensive documentation in the distribution file (click the download button at the top of the demo page) or scroll this page to see the demos. Usage … Continue reading “Auto Resizing Textarea HTML5 WebComponent”
Below is a quick and dirty solution for adding icons to the <option /> elements of the <select /> tag utilizing CSS generated content. Disclaimer: According to the CSS specs, the <option /> element should not support generated content, and this solution works only in Firefox. Anyways, it may come handy sometime. The Result: The … Continue reading “Adding Icons to the Option Elements of the Select Tag in Firefox. Quick and Dirty”
With the release of version 4.3.0 of Ribbon JS, the commercial version of the control is now offered in two fair types of licenses – discounted and full commercial. The non-source code option has been removed and now source code is included in all licenses. Here are the details for the new purchase options: Discounted … Continue reading “Fair and Simpler Ribbon JS Licenses”
I am happy to announce that the new version of Ribbon JS comes with a long awaited implemented feature request – support for AngularJS directives. Release Notes: Added support for AngularJS directives applied to the bounding box, tabs and tab ribbons in the configuration object. Check the documentation here. * Version 4.3.0 is fully compatible … Continue reading “Ribbon JS 4.3.0 is out with Support for AngularJS Directives”
I’ve just released a new minor version of Ribbon JS, introducing several new methods, a new event and API interface for setting declarative discrete data to tools, commands and tabs (setting/getting of this data is also available through the new ribbon methods and returned by some of the events of the control). Check the demo … Continue reading “Ribbon JS 4.2.0 is Out”