I like to bookmark for myself all the new things that are launched in this particular industry so I can keep up with the advancements and I’m happy to share these bookmarks with you in an attempt to help you with your projects.
jQuery.fracs determines the fraction of an HTML element that is currently in the viewport, as well as the fraction it takes of the complete viewport and the fraction of the area that might possibly be visible. It also provides the coordinates of the visible rectangle in document, element and viewport space.
Originally written for Huddle.com, grumble.js provides special tooltips without the usual limitations of north/east/south/west positioning.
A grumble can be rotated around a given element at any angle, all 360 degrees. Any distance can be specified. Any CSS style can be applied. There’s auto-magic size adjustment for use with localized text. FX queues for animating multiple grumbles. And it works in IE6+, and modern browsers.
There are plenty of web-based chat clients out there. Most of them are built to emulate your instant messenger. They offer you tons of settings. They can join multiple networks, let you edit your profile, and even manage your message history.
Contains lots of comments to help you get going easily. It is truly object-oriented, it implements public and private methods as well as public and private properties, making it the ideal candidate for when building both simple and complex jQuery plugins.
It does not adhere to the suggestions made by the jQuery documentation regarding Plugins/Authoring and by doing so it provides better performance and memory usage by not creating multiple instances of itself and attaching them to the target DOM elements.
jQuery EasyUI framework help you build your web page easily.
Boxjs gives you the flexibility of a modular loading system whilst providing the speed of a single, compressed JS file. Boxjs allows you to organise your files however you wish, but always deliver them to your users as quickly as possible.
MotionCAPTCHA is a jQuery CAPTCHA plugin, based on the HTML5 Canvas Harmony procedural drawing tool by Mr Doob and the $1 Unistroke Gesture Regonizer algorithm (and the more recent Protractor algorithm improvement), requiring users to sketch the shape they see in the canvas in order to submit a form.
At the moment, it’s just a proof-of-concept – it only uses client-side gesture recognition, and doesn’t really have IE support – but the next releases will feature progressive enhancement and the ability to use this in production environments as a serious CAPTCHA alternative
JSColor is a simple & user-friendly color picker for your HTML forms. It extends all desired < input > fields of a color selection dialog. You can pickerize your input fields in two easy steps
Cuepoint.js is an open source plugin for adding subtitles to your HTML5 video. You’re free to use it for whatever you want. Take a look at the source code of this page for an example of how to use it
Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface.
Guiders are a user experience design pattern for introducing users to a web application.
A jQuery Plugin for easily adding lightweight, flexible overlays to your projects.
Use custom effects, customize using CSS hooks, define custom callbacks for further action, take advantage of CSS3 and more.
For example, jsmad allows Firefox 4.0+ to play MP3s without any Flash. Faster loading times. Fewer security holes. No 64-bit headaches on Linux. Fewer memory leaks.
Since version 1.0 it’s integrated with our Viewline Plugin enabling new innovative ways for displaying content on your website.
Never overrides any native implementations; it only adds what is missing.
OpenJS Grid is the easiest jQuery Data Grid ever. With very little work you can have a data grid that can do everything from sorting and searching to complex database queries. Best of all, its open source. So you can learn how it’s all done.
It is built from the ground up to work efficiently and smoothly on both platforms, utilizing cutting-edge technologies included in HTML5. Its top priorities are usability, performance, small size, A-grade browser support, flexibility and easy to use API. The OOP-based code of the library is designed to be modular, extensible and very easy to understand.
Tooltipsy is a jQuery tooltip plugin created by Brian Cray because he was frustrated with the lack of CSS control and bulky includes of the others. Tooltipsy gives you complete control over the CSS, animation, and position.
Kaiten is a jQuery plug-in which offers a new navigation model for web applications.
Unlike conventional applications where the screen flush another without continuity between information and actions, with Kaiten interactions between the user and the application are a stack of contiguous screens where each screen is presented in columns.
jCanvas is a jQuery plugin that makes working with the HTML5 canvas easy.
How much library code do you really need — 50K? 100K? 150K? More? How much of that do you really use?
Sure, we all love our favorite monolithic frameworks, and sometimes we even use them fully. But how often do we reach for the ride-on John Deere tractor with air conditioning and six-speaker sound system, when a judiciously applied pocketknife would do the trick better, faster, slicker?
Microjs.com helps you discover the most compact-but-powerful microframeworks, and makes it easy for you to pick one that’ll work for you.
vintageJS is a tool where you can upload your images and apply a custom retro, vintage look to them for free. Just try it out: upload your photo, apply the vintage effect and share the retro image it with your friends via facebook or twitter.
Implement your slideshow with the Agile Carousel JQuery plugin. Highly customizable so you can build according to your requirements. JSON data format is used to provide easier integration with external data or data from your CMS. Use it for agile web development. This is an all new version written from scratch. JQuery UI effects and the ability to read files on the server are no longer included. New features are added, such as “Control Sets” which allow for a more customizable setup.
Peity is a simple jQuery plugin that converts an element’s content into a simple < canvas > mini pie, line or bar chart.
With 27 different animations, two types of navigation and many options to customize!
A potential drawback of Adapt.js is the possibility of a brief flash of unstyled content as a new stylesheet is being fetched (think of it as “Ajax” for CSS). I have done my best to mitigate this by keeping CSS files small (3 KB). It is worth noting this is a proposed, not prescribed, approach to a problem with multiple solutions.
Css3-like easings for jQuery animations