Permit.js makes building interactive, multi-state prototypes for websites and apps easy.
Maybe your website has certain features that are only available to logged-in members and other features only available only to administrators. Or perhaps your app has different features depending on whether it's on- or offline. Or what about the free versus paid versions? These are all examples of state.
Permit.js makes simulating those different situations a breeze. It's designed for use by anyone that does interactive protype work in HTML and CSS, including information architects and other user interface and user experience (UI/UX) professionals.
- Logged-Out / Logged-In
- Free / Paid
- Online / Offline
- Writer / Editor / Publisher
- User / Moderator / Administrator
- Staff / Manager / Executive
- English / French / Spanish
- jquery.cookie plugin
- More refactoring
- Added Public API methods
- Refactored JS
- Added new permit-issue classes with custom events and redirect options
- First release
Permit.js was developed by Tarek Anandan, a freelance information architect, UX specialist, and website designer and developer based in Washington, DC.
Permit.js by Tarek Anandan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Really all that's important to me is that you try to let me know if you implement it somewhere so I can take a peek.