The Fine Art of Web Development by Martin Ivanov
I am happy to announce that one of my favorite VueJs projects – VueRibbon has just received a major update. I’ve reworked the component entirely abandoning Vuetify for the well-known modern Microsoft Office ribbon look and feel, introduced a few new events and fully reworked API and tools. What’s new Vuetify UI library is no longer … Continue reading “Vue Ribbon 2.0 for VueJs is Out”
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.
Inspired by Material Design and Bootstrap and from a few other takes on modern UI, I just finished Vuecidity – a UI component library for Vue.js and a free, open source project. Vuecidity provides developers with a huge set of 30+ UI components, 24-column responsive layout grid system, styles and colors, beautifully crafted form elements and a couple of useful … Continue reading “Vuecidity – UI Component Library for Vue.js”
Icons.io is a new font icon search service project I’ve just finished. It enables instant search in several icon font providers – Google Icons, Google Material Design and Font Awesome and the list will continue growing. Built with VueJs on top of Vuetify it is fast, reliable, mobile-friendly with nice Google Material Desgin inspired UI.
Almost 7 years after the release of RibbonJS, I am proud to announce my new endeavour in the ribbon UIs, called VueRibbon. Built on top of Vue and Vuetify with ES6, it offers seamless integration in Vue apps and is easy to customize and extend. Created in compliance with Google Material Design, it also provides … Continue reading “Ribbon Component for Vue”
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