The next open source file uploader for web browsers :dog:Project mention: Pre-made solution for allowing a client to upload a file to my web hosting (via browser, not FTP client)? | /r/web_design | 2023-06-26
I just found uppy. This will be the next one I use. https://uppy.io/
Select2 is a jQuery based replacement for select boxes. It supports searching, remote data sets, and infinite scrolling of results.Project mention: I add a log database for my Django project what to do ?? | /r/django | 2023-05-24
I’m a fan of select2 (https://select2.org), it supports loading in data from a foreign source (API)
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Dropzone is an easy to use drag'n'drop library. It supports image previews and shows nice progress bars.
typeahead.js is a fast and fully-featured autocomplete library
Have a look at https://pqina.nl/filepond/
A datepicker for twitter bootstrap (@twbs)
Yes, that's how I've supported myself my entire life. I'm 38, and started programming when I was 12. I have created dozens of products/services/businesses over the past two decades, but only a few were successful enough to live off of:
(1) https://www.improvely.com launched in 2012, peaked at $45K MRR, and still makes about $25K MRR.
(2) A collection of Shopify apps, which are tools or services people can add to a Shopify-hosted ecommerce store via Shopify's app store. Improvely has an app there, where I also offer apps for several other common ecommerce store needs: contact forms, newsletter opt-in forms, sale banners, social media icons, etc. Shopify handles the billing and passes through 100% of the revenue you earn up to $1 million per year, after which they take a percentage stake. I make a few thousand per month from their app store.
(3) Google AdSense ads, primarily on the documentation sites for various open source libraries I wrote over the years. http://www.daterangepicker.com has been generating pretty consistent ad revenue for 10 years now for example, and I occasionally run into that library in the wild on all kinds of websites, from local businesses to the US government.
After I got married and settled down a bit, I have honestly had less passion for programming than I had in my 20s and early 30s. I find myself using others' libraries, products and services more readily where I would have built my own solution to a problem in the past.
But I've rekindled the maker/entrepreneur spirit by genre switching so to speak, from code to physical goods. I bought a bunch of production equipment, specialized printers, a laser cutter and engraver, 3D printer, heat press, etc. I now make what could be another full time income ($60K per year or so) selling custom signage to small businesses. For example, I spent yesterday designing then manufacturing a couple dozen custom coasters for someone that owns two small hotel type properties in a ski resort area. The coasters have their wifi SSID/password and a QR code on them that connects a guest to their wifi when scanned.
Amplication: open-source Node.js backend code generator. An open-source platform that helps developers build backends without spending time on boilerplate & repetitive coding. Including production-ready GraphQL & REST APIs, DB schema, DTOs, filtering, pagination, RBAC, & more.
:rocket: The jQuery plugin that brings select elements into the 21st century with intuitive multiselection, searching, and much more.Project mention: How does jQuery class selector return an object? | /r/jquery | 2022-10-13
I have a multiselect widget in a modal. Because the multiselect has dynamically generated values, I need to call $('select').selectpicker(); when the modal code is injected.
There are bootstrap date pickers, for example https://bootstrap-datepicker.readthedocs.io/en/latest/, but it requires JQuery. There's also a very lightweight library, Pickaday (https://github.com/Pikaday/Pikaday). Theres no shortage of controls out there, you just need to balance weight and dependencies vs. the features you are looking for.
The mobile-friendly, responsive, and lightweight jQuery date & time input picker.
I have looked into the text box issue. I am using a listener on the sliders that update them when switching to a different orbitals. This listener deactivate the ability to change the number in the text box directly. It seems to have been notified already but was never fixed: https://github.com/dataarts/dat.gui/issues/206
Ultra lightweight, usable, beautiful autocomplete with zero dependencies.
jQuery Form Plugin
Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete/autosuggest boxes for text input fields
I think you are mistaking Flow unmaintained for Flow actively maintained.
:calendar: Customizable date (and time) picker. Opt-in UI, no jQuery!
A jQuery UI plugin to handle multi-tag fields as well as tag suggestions/autocomplete.Project mention: How do I avoid tags wrapping and display the tags in one line (TagIt plugin). | /r/webdev | 2023-03-19
I want to avoid tags wrapping and display the tags in one line using jQuery TagIt plugin. I created a TagIt input element using steps in this repository.
Lightweight analytics abstraction layer for tracking page views, custom events, & identifying visitors (by DavidWells)
A user-friendlier drop-in replacement for the standard select with multiple attribute activated.
Add live paragraph-, word- and character-counting to an HTML element.
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