Zoomerang: Zoom control for (almost) any element

Zoomerang lets you add zoom control to almost any element on your existing website. There's no setup or arbitrary styling, and it still works even if you resize ...

Opal: Ruby to JavaScript

Opal is a Ruby to JavaScript compiler that runs in any browser, plus a corelib and runtime implementation. It's a great resource for building fast client-side applications in ...

Full Smashing Library (60+ eBooks + 1 year of FREE updates) - only $45!

The Smashing Library is back once again! Their awesome deal for full access to their incredible library of eBooks is back on Mighty Deals for a very limited ...

Pleeease: A CSS post-processor

Pleeease is a CSS post-processor that deals with all the things a pre-processor shouldn't have to do. That includes things like adding prefixes, adding pseudo-element and rem support, ...

Crosswalk: A web runtime for ambitious HTML5 apps

Crosswalk is a complete web runtime environment for ambitious HTML5 applications. It offers up all the features of a modern browser along with an API for adding native ...

Tumblr Boilerplate: A jumpstart for your Tumblr themes

The Tumblr Boilerplate is a simple starting point for any Tumblr theme. It's HTML5 based, includes the various post types, and is optimized for speed, among other features.

PHP-MVC Project: Encouraging Model-View-Control application structure

The PHP-MCV Project is a set of scripts that encourage the use of Model-View-Control application structure. There's an advanced version that also comes with automatic SASS compiling and ...

Webix: A JavaScript UI library for app development

Webix, released under the GNU GPLv3, is a JavaScript UI library and HTML5 widget framework for building applications. There are widgets for everything from calendars to data tables ...

Kickoff: A responsive, scalable front-end framework

Kickoff is a lightweight front-end framework for building scalable, responsive websites. It's built with Sass and Grunt, and released under the MIT License.