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AngularJS is the JavaScript MVW Framework choice of many web developers as it simplifies creating dynamic views in web-applications while staying readable.

Videogular is a lovely HTML5 video player that is specifically created for AngularJS-powered apps and integrates to them perfectly.


It comes with bindable directives, a plugin system for extending further and support for theming.

There is native full-screen mode and the player works smartly on mobile with showing/hiding the unsupported features.

Native mobile apps usually work faster, smoother and these result in a better user experience.

And, web designers/developers always look for new ways to catch this performance with web technologies.

Ionic, a front-end framework, a helps building native-like mobile apps with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

Ionic Front-end Framework

It is not a replacement for PhoneGap or a JavaScript framework but the focus is on the UI interactions and design.

The framework ships with SASS and various AngularJS extensions (optional) and many components like buttons, toggle, header/footer, tab bar and more.

Ionic is well-documented with tutorials and examples to start with.

SVG is a very flexible file format as it can be scaled, manipulated and works in all major browsers.

SVGeneration, a website, features beautiful patterns created with SVG which can be used in our projects freely.


There are many graphics offered and we can submit new ones as well.

Each graphic can be customized with the help of a web-based editor (colors, sizes..) and the SVG + CSS codes are generated automatically.

There are always new ideas and approaches for anything related to web development and the same goes for responsive layouts.

ResponsiveComments is a client-side solution for conditional loading in responsive web design.


It uses the data attributes for defining the breakpoints and the HTML comments for hiding the content to be displayed on a defined screen-size.

The approach comes with pros and cons where the biggest advantage is “being a quick solution, easier JavaScript manipulation” and the major disadvantage is the HTML-bloat.

Slippry is a jQuery image gallery plugin for that has modern features.

First of all, it uses HTML5-CSS3 markup and works well with responsive layouts (optional).

It can be styled with Sass or CSS and has multiple transition options including Ken Burns effect.

Slippry - jQuery Gallery

The slider can be set to auto-slide, display captions and has both prev-next + bullet navigation controls.

There are also callbacks for major events and multiple examples + a detailed documentation is provided.