daily links

  • davidhalford/DivPeek
    DivPeek is a simple, lightweight animate-on-scroll jQuery script. It simply watches the divs you specify to see if they are scrolled in to view. All watched divs are assigned a ‘visible’ and ‘not visible’ class depending on their position in the viewport, thus animations (or anything really) can be added with CSS. the position of the divs in relation to the viewport is recalculated on every window change (i.e. scroll and resize) and watched elements are updated and animations triggered (when necessary).
  • matthieua/jackInTheBox
    Reveal CSS animation as you scroll down a page. By default, you should use it to trigger animate.css animations. But you can easily change the settings to your favorite animation library.