iView Slider : Responsive jQuery Slider Plugin

iView Slider is a responsive jQuery slider plugin for image slider.

Aviaslider - unique jQuery slideshow plugin

Aviaslider is a unique slideshow plugin with several transition effects.

jWindowCrop : For facebook like image cropping

jWindowCrop is jQuery plugin for easy zoom and pan image cropping.

Digicrafts - Thumbnail Gallery jQuery Plugin

Digicraft is a jQuery plugin to display thumbnail gallery with XML support.

RefineSlide : jQuery Slider Plugin

RefineSlide is a slider with CSS transition and 3D trasnform support.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Simple tooltip : jQuery tool tip plugin

Simpletooltip is a jQuery tool tip plugin, thought to insert short tooltips to any element of your website more easily. This plugin has minimal configuration and supports 4 color themes. It's lightweight and fast. 12 positions are available for the placement of tooltip. It doesnot need extra HTML structures and moreover this plugin is cross browser.
Simple tooltip : jQuery tool tip plugin
Simple Tooltip

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Potato UI menu : jQuery drop down navigation menu plugin

jQuery UI Potato Menu is a simple drop down menu plugin for jQuery that allows for both horizontal and vertical variations. It uses nested HTML markup for plugin formation. It comes with minimal styling but its very easy for styling of Potato menu. Certain class is applied to the html element in the plugin using which you can apply your own style and make it look like what you want. You can customize the animation duration and delay before menu disappears when the mouse rolls out of the anchor.
Potato UI menu : jQuery drop down navigation menu plugin
jQuery UI Potato Menu

Friday, August 24, 2012

jQuery now runs on every second website

As websites become more and more interactive, there is a strong need for appropriate tools to achieve that in an efficient way. Webmasters increasingly turn to jQuery to fulfill this need.
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John Resig wrote a blog post about "Selectors in Javascript" in 2005, describing an idea on how to manipulate HTML elements by using JavaScript. When he finished that post with "more coming very soon", he might not have envisioned how much more there would actually come.
Only seven years after that initial idea, the jQuery library now runs on every second website. An incredible achievement. In the last year, every 4 minutes one of the top 1 million sites started to use jQuery. It was the fastest growing web technology in 2011, and there is no sign of a saturation yet.
When we compare this with other technologies that enable webmasters to build interactive websites, we see for example Flash at 23.1% usage rate and Silverlight at 0.3%. That shows that "Selectors in Javascript" are probably not a bad idea.
There are, of course, other JavaScript libraries that in many ways compete with jQuery. Other libraries offer different concepts and functionality, but the 88.3% market share of jQuery seems to indicate that jQuery delivers what many webmasters need.
Many sites use more than one JavaScript library. One interesting fact is, that sites that use other popular libraries very often use jQuery as well. 49.5% of MooTools sites use jQuery and 49.2% of Prototype sites do. That is almost the same as the overall jQuery usage rate. The fact that a site uses MooTools or Prototype does not reduce the likelihood that is uses jQuery, as if there were no overlapping functionality.
jQuery is used even more amongst the top 10,000 sites, with 58.8% usage rate, a bit less again amongst the top 1,000 sites with "only" 46.2%.
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Yemen are remarkable in that they are the only countries where jQuery is not the most popular library. jQuery has also a relatively low usage rate in China (33.5%) and Japan (42.9%). The highest usage rates are in Macedonia (71.4%), Ireland (65.1%), Australia (64.7%) and amongst .edu sites (71.5%).
Another interesting finding of our surveys is the fact that jQuery sites are not overly keen on using the jQuery content delivery network. 73.4% of them don't use any CDN, and 94.2% of the rest use the Google Libraries API.
Congratulations to John Resig and the jQuery community. I think it is not too much to say that you have significantly contributed to change the way the web works today.
Src : w3techs

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

TwitterFontana : show tweets in big screen jquery plugin

Twitter Fontana is a jquery plugin to show your tweets on a (big) screen. It is an open-source alternative for those Flash based Twitter Fountains, built using HTML5, CSS (SASS) and Javascript. You can show it in Fullscreen mode also. Either static datasource or live dynamic data source can be used. Styling and other options are also available in Twitter Fontana.
TwitterFontana : show tweets in big screen jquery plugin
Twitter Fontana

stickyMojo contained fixed position sticky sidebar jquery plugin

stickyMojo is a contained sticky sidebar jQuery plugin brought to you by MojoTech. It is lightweight, fast, flexible and compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE8+. It will degrade gracefully in older versions of IE.
One of the solutions that many people have come up with is to have the sidebar be positioned absolutely, then animate the top property. Although this solution worked, it looked jankey compared to fixed position element. The problem with a simply "fixed" positioned element is that it doesn't react well to a scroll or window resize. In many cases the sidebar will overlap elements such as the footer or content area. Generally this is not the intended effect. stickyMojo is here to solve the problem.
stickyMojo contained fixed position sticky sidebar jquery plugin
sticky Mojo

Saturday, August 18, 2012

jQuery Picture – A Plugin For Responsive Images

jQuery Picture is a tiny plugin to add support for responsive images to your layouts. It supports both figure elements with some custom data attributes and the new proposed picture format. This plugin will be made redundant when the format is approved and implemented by browsers.
jQuery Picture – A Plugin For Responsive Images
jQuery Picture
It supports both <figure>  elements with some custom data attributes and the newly proposed picture format (which is not yet valid HTML code). In order to activate it, just call the plugin's function by targeting the image to be responsified and that's all.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

FancyMoves : A jQuery slider for products or images

FancyMoves is a jQuery slider for products or images. You can use FancyMoves to show off services, products, or whatever you can dream up. The main image is enlarged to attract your focus. There are multiple ways to navigate to the next / last item: using your keyboard, using the left and right arrows on the sides of the slider, using the nav under the slider (optional), or simply clicking on the next or last item in the slider. FancyMoves has a lot of great features which are easy to edit to customize your slider. Easily change the speed of the slider, add multiple sliders on the same webpage, turn off the navigation below the slider, and much more.
FancyMoves : A jQuery slider for products or images
FancyMoves : jQuery Product Slider Plugin

Monday, August 13, 2012

EASY PIE CHART : For beautiful pie chart [jquery plugin]

Easy pie chart is a lightweight jQuery plugin to render and animate nice and beautiful pie charts with the HTML5 canvas element. It uses the canvas element to render simple pie charts for single values. Easy pie chart is highly customizable and very easy to implement. This plugin supports all major browsers that support the canvas element. With excanvas you can even render the charts on IE 7+8. Two plugin methods are availale onStart and onStop.

EASY PIE CHART : For beautiful pie chart [jquery plugin]
Easy Pie Chart

Friday, August 10, 2012

jQuery 1.8 released

jQuery 1.8 released
jQuery 1.8 is released. According to official blog post of jQuery, it has came with a couple of cool new features and a smaller footprint.
You can download it here.
A rewritten Sizzle engine is the release’s headline feature, making element selection “faster than ever”, while still maintaining IE6 support. Animation also gets an under-the-hood shot in the arm.

The most controversial addition to 1.8  is likely to be its automatic CSS prefixing, applying vendor prefixes like -webkit- or -moz- when CSS properties are called. While on the one hand this may help to ensure cross-browser compatibility, it’s also another step further towards a different set of CSS for each browser.

As you might expect, plenty of bugs have been squashed in this release; and there’s been some improvements to $(html, props), making it more flexible and allowing you to use any jQuery method or plugin in the objects passed.

Plus, if you’re one of those people insisting on squashing every ounce of JavaScript down to as small a footprint as possible, you may be glad to hear that this release has shaved a few hundred bytes from the gzipped file size.

In addition, a new grunt-based build system allows for stripping out of jQuery components you may not need. “What we’ve done here for 1.8 is really just a beginning,” writes Dave Methvin. “You’ll see even more flexibility as we move to later versions.”

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

iosSlider – Touch Enabled jQuery Horizontal Slider Plugin

iosSlider is a jQuery plugin which allows you to integrate a customizable, cross-browser content slider into your web presence. It is designed for use as a content slider, carousel, scrolling website banner, or image gallery. It uses CSS3 for supported iOS, Android and WebKit browsers. Its responsive feature ease us to work with the most dynamic desktop and mobile sites. Lots of configurable options and API callbacks are available for better result. Contents loop through the slides endlessly in both directions. And also you can set your slider to automatically transition and pause on hover.
iosSlider – Touch Enabled jQuery Horizontal Slider Plugin
iosSlider

Monday, August 6, 2012

Adaptor : jQuery Image Slider plugin With 3D Transitions

Adaptor is a jQuery image slider that offers slick 2D and 3D transitions. The plugin's 3D effect are supported by WebKit + Mozilla browsers and it falls back to standard fading transitions for the rest. Adaptor is lightweight and has multiple options for customization including: speed of the transitions, delay between each item auto-slideshow being on/off, pauseOnHover and more. It can also be controlled with custom events like switching to a desired item, showing the prev-next slide, playing and pausing it.
Adaptor : jQuery Image Slider plugin With 3D Transitions
Adaptor : jQuery Content Slider

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Gridster - Drag n Drop Enabled Multi-Column Grids With jQuery

Gridster is a jQuery plugin to develop iGoogle-like multi-column grids that can be drag 'n' dropped and re-ordered. It requires jQuery and can convert any given HTML structure into the widgets of the grid. And, we are not limited with the elements loaded initially but can add and remove new ones dynamically.The number of columns/rows, margins between items and required styles being generated automatically can all be set. Also, there callbacks on every level in Gridster and a serialize command returns the positions of all the widgets anytime we want.

Gridster - Drag n Drop Enabled Multi-Column Grids With jQuery
Gridster

 
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