Layers CSS is a CSS framework which allows you to build beautiful, fluid websites easily.
The framework comes with inbuilt CSS normalization, a fluid grid, layout tools, by default maintains native form styles, has no px definitions, no colors, no borders and no rounded definitions, and no dependencies at all.
Snap.svg allows you to manipulate SVGs with a simple jQuery-like API within modern browsers. The framework support latest SVG features like masking, clipping, patterns, full gradients, groups, and more.
While it is obvious Snap.svg can generate SVGs, the library can also work with SVGs generated from other sources like Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, or Sketch.
With AbsurdJS, you can build web components quickly and easily. AbsurdJS weights in at 34KB minified and gzipped.
The whole library is very compact in size, weighing in at only 40KB minified & gzipped.
WinJS provides a set of controls for you to easily build your applications, with built-in support for touch, mouse, keyboard and accessibility. Among the various controls you can use within your applications are: listviews, flipviews, tooltips, ratings, timepickers, and more.
WinJS also has built in support for AJAX. templates and fragments. You can try out all the features in the online editor on the website.
CutJS is a 2D HTML5 rendering engine for game developement which aims to make canvas drawing easier.
Using jQuery’s take on the DOM, CutJS presents your canvas application in a DOM-like tree structure and manages your application’s rendering cycles and click events.
CutJS has a simple API, is cross-platform and works on both desktop and mobile devices with modern browsers.
Nasty Icons is a free vector icon pack consisting of 45 free vectors icons, which are ‘nasty’ themed.
The icon pack is free for personal use as well as commercial use. However to use the icon, you need to tweet about it to be able to use it.
It is very lightweight, weighing in at 730bytes gzipped and is dependency free. It works in all browsers, and starting with IE8+. It also provides a simple API to manipulate the progress of the progress bars.
However, you can use Chance.js for all your other random needs. Chance.js can generate random value for all the common data types like: bool, character, floating, integer, natural and string.
Chance.js can also generate random text like: paragraph, sentence, syllable and word. Check out the Chance.js website to get a full description of the various type of random data the library can generate. Below is a list of the different data type:
It provides a really simple API which allows for easy drawing to the canvas, and comes with a nice tutorial to follow.