Dashing is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build beautiful dashboards.
Check out a demo over here. Here's another one, optimized for 1080p screens.
- Use premade widgets, or fully create your own with scss, html, and coffeescript. - Widgets harness the power of data bindings to keep things DRY and simple. Powered by batman.js. - Use the API to push data to your dashboards, or make use of a simple ruby DSL for fetching data. - Drag & Drop interface for re-arranging your widgets. - Host your dashboards on Heroku in less than 30 seconds.
This project was created at Shopify for displaying custom dashboards on TVs around the office.
PopoverView is a simple resolution-independent UIView written entirely in CoreGraphics and QuartzCore for display of modal content on both iPhone and iPad. It can display singular UIView contentViews, arrays of UIViews, display titles, or even allow selection from a list of strings. It is implemented via a very simple static interface that allows you to show the popover with just a single line. All animation, positioning, and memory allocations are handled by the component at runtime. We are releasing under the MIT License.
RNBlurModal adds depth to the traditional modal/alert view. Calling the view is incredibly similar to setting up and showing a UIAlertView. You can also setup your own custom views and display them with a blurry background. The goal is to truly draw the user's focus directly to your alert using natural effects. This project works on all iOS devices at all orientations with ARC.
Designed for rapid table and grid creation with minimal code, easy customisation, attractive default styling, using modern blocks based design patterns, and without need for fidgety tweaking or awkward design patterns.
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