This project was heavily inspired by humanmsg project for jQuery. I really liked the project but I wanted to remove the jQuery dependency, add support for CSS transitions, and have more control over the timing.
humane.js tries to be as unobtrusive as possible to the user experience while providing helpful information that is clear and grabs the users attention. It is framework independent. Customizable.
Setup is simple:
humane.min.jsin your page
You can see a demo and usage here
Got a neat theme/animation, love to see it. View
theme-src/bigbox.styl for an template to get started (uses Stylus w/ Nib and Canvas).
To get setup with Stylus use npm:
npm install --development
With Stylus installed you can watch for changes and compile into CSS by running:
npm run watch
humane.js has been tested for the following browsers.
Many thanks to the JS/Browser wizards that helped make this better, community rocks!
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Copyright (c) 2014 Marc Harter <email@example.com>
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