The Colossal Bundle: $32,518 worth of Premium Items with an Extended License – Only $99

Inky’s Colossal Bundle is back and it’s even bigger than ever!
Since Black Friday’s almost here we wanted to bring back one of our most popular deals and in the same time come up with something new.
We combined The Ultimate Design Library, The Giga Bundle and a collection with 1,568 unreleased vectors from Designious and managed to create this immense library.
To be honest, when I started working on this bundle I couldn’t believe how massive it is. It’s almost like it…Keep on reading: The Colossal Bundle: $32,518 worth of Premium Items with an Extended License – Only $99

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80 Hi-Res Logo Mockups from Zippy Pixels – only $27!

NOW ON: 80 Hi-Res Logo Mockups from Zippy Pixels – only $27!Expires: December 2, 2014, 11:59 pm ESTAs a graphic designer, you likely spend a fair amount of time designing and presenting logo designs to your clients. With a logo being so important for …

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Lining.js: Easy down-to-the-line control

Lining.js makes it easy to apply CSS to any individual lines within your text, rather than just the first line. It does so by creating an ::nth-line selector, where you can define your own lines to control.

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Drag and Drop Interactions Ideas for Your Inspirations

Codrops has shared some ideas for drag and drop interactions in a UI. The idea is to show a droppable area that stands for certain actions after an element is being dragged. The demos are just some experimental ideas of how these kind of interactions can be imagined. The idea is to allow to drag […]
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Deal of the Week: Creative Market Big Bundle III

Creative Market Big Bundle III has just released. They’ve handpicked 75 top products from the marketplace for this very special bundle. You can download and use your products right away and access them any time via your Creative Market account. The Creative Market Bundle is valued at $1,092, but you can pick it up today […]
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Pawnmail – Free Email Hosting for Custom Domains

Pawnmail was created by Andrew Belt to give domain name owners a simple email solution. He uses Pawnmail for his own projects and hope that you may find it useful as well. It provides Email hosting for custom domains with 2 GB storage and best of all, it’s free forever. The easiest way to access […]
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Resources for JavaScript and DOM Compatibility Tables

One of the best info-apps to come about in recent years is the well-known and super-practical Can I Use by Alexis Deveria.
Although Can I Use is great for many cutting-edge features, there’s still a lot of JavaScript and DOM stuff that’s not included in there. So what other options are there for looking up browser support for many different JavaScript and DOM features?
I’m always doing research on various front-end technologies, but the one thing I’ve yet to find is a really good one-stop resource that lists browser support for all aspects of JavaScript and the DOM, including the various HTML5 APIs.
Although a single resource doesn’t really exist (at least none that I know of), there are a few resources I’ve come across that, together, form a pretty good overview of which features are supported in which browsers, and in particular any older versions of IE that you might still have to support.
Of Course, Actual Testing Trumps All
Before getting into the resources, I think it goes without saying that doing actual testing on the different devices and browsers that you have to support should always be the primary method for determining support.
It’s nice to be able to get a second-hand overview of support. But “support” tables don’t always include any relevant bugs that might make the feature in question unusable. And that’s besides the fact that some resources can be just plain wrong.
So make sure to do testing and use the references described in this article as guides, not as the final word on whether something works in a particular browser on a particular platform on a particular device.
MDN’s reference
If you can’t find something on Can I Use, the first place you should look is Mozilla’s Developer Network. And I’m sure most of you do just that. In most cases, that’s all you’ll need to get a good preliminary overview of support for a particular JavaScript feature that you can’t find on Can I Use
For example, let’s say you want to look up addEventListener() and removeEventListener. You won’t find those on Can I Use. But you can find both, with browser info, on MDN.

As you can see in the screen grab above, in addition to the details showing which browsers have “Basic support”, there’s often additional info in that chart on features that might have been added in later versions of ECMAScript.
Remember also that MDN’s reference is editable by anyone, so if you discover that something is incorrect, feel free to update it.
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Daily Fitbit stats

My fitbit #Fitstats for 11/24/2014: 10,827 steps and 8.4 km traveled. http://www.fitbit.com/user/2B2XGR

Get Thousands of Super Premium Resources worth $11,227 for Just $129

One of our main goals here at InkyDeals is to bring you the best (and biggest) deals possible. And we take it seriously.
We proved you more than one that we have the biggest deals you could possibly find on the market and so far we had thousands of satisfied customers.
But with this deal we took it a step further. We gathered all the Super Premium deals we ever had on InkyDeals and bundled them up in this incredible deal. Here you’ll find 26 different collections that have thousands of t…Keep on reading: Get Thousands of Super Premium Resources worth $11,227 for Just $129

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Get 180 Premium Seamless Royal Patterns with an Extended License for Only $29

Using seamless patterns in your designs is simply great. They’re an extraordinary way to give your projects a touch of color and originality, without putting too much effort into it.
Long story short – they’re great, but at the same time a real combo breaker when it comes to drawing them from scratch. Wanting to help you, we partnered with the guys from Designious.com in order to bring you a MASSIVE collection of seamless royal patterns that you will absolutely adore!
This bundle co…Keep on reading: Get 180 Premium Seamless Royal Patterns with an Extended License for Only $29

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