As always, my collection of recently discovered links, tools, resources and libraries keeps growing. To archive these for my own purposes, and to share them in bulk, here is a list of CSS, HTML, and related tools that might be of interest to readers.
“Hoodie aims to combine the best of the best frameworks into a single package to speed your development.” Includes portions of Twitter Bootstrap, Meyer reset, Normalize.css, Selectivzr, HTML5 Boilerplate, and more.
Simurai is a web developer based in Amsterdam. He’s one of these somewhat mysterious and quiet front-end geniuses that you see make an appearance in various places online. His site has a “lab” section with some neat CSS3 demos and experiments that are worth poking around.
You probably know that arrows and other shapes can be created with pure CSS using pseudo-elements. Well, this is a simple app that lets you create a CSS tooltip-like box with an arrow. You can modify the color, size, and location of the “arrow” and see it change in real time along with the code that produces it.