New month, new beginnings! We have entered into the month of August and one thing that remains same while dates, months keep changing is the homework we here are DesigniMag do to help you all the best way possible. Without breaking the chain of making continuous efforts to ensure that we make to present before you all we are here with our first week’s compilation of August 2015.
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Lotus is already featured in our list of best Ruby frameworks article sometime before but we thought to give a shout out once again for this awesome Ruby framework.
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Another CSS based tool for developers which is fast and robust.
This site will cover some of the useful light and clean tooltips with smooth 3D animation that looks lovely on any website or app and the best part is you don’t need any framework.
7. Export Kit
One of the most advanced Photoshop plugin that will help you to convert any PSD into HTML, CSS, WordPress, jQuery, Android, etc and that too in just few clicks. Awesome, isn’t.
A must have tool for game developers that helps them to understand game player’s behavior by giving relevant insights.
A minimal zero dependency cascading grid layout that is only 2kb in size and you can install it very easily.
A Twitter bot developed in Ruby language that help designers to sort the pixels. This Twitter bot will sorts the rows or columns as you choose of an image according to specifications like hue,brightness, contrast, red, etc.
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