We always work hard to get the best and freshest information for our readers and now it’s a good time to share with you some new and cool jQuery plugins. For those, who use these plugins in everyday work or some projects this showcase might be very handy! In this post you will find even more awesome and fresh plugins.
CSS animations have some limits, the main is that you can’t really have full control over them. And it’s near impossible to stop transitions without dirty hacks. Anima gives you the ability to use delays and durations normally, even for pure CSS animations.
The purpose of stacktable.js is to give you an easy way of converting wide tables to a format that will work better on small screens. It creates a copy of the table that is converted into a 2-column key-value format.
The w2layout object allows you to create stretchable and resizable layouts with up to 6 panels. The panels are top, left, main, preview, right, and bottom. You do not have to create and initialize all 6 panels, but only the panels you need in your application.
Aware.js is a simple jQuery plugin that allows a site to customize and personalize the display of content based on a reader’s behavior without requiring login, authentication, or any server-side processing.
Batman.js is a framework for building rich web applications with CoffeeScript. App code is concise and favors convention over configuration, and packs a powerful system of view bindings and observable properties. The API is designed with developer and designer happiness as its first priority, and while it has no real dependencies, it works quite well with Rails.
Toolbar allows you to quickly create tooltip style toolbars for use in web applications and websites. The toolbar is easily customisable using the twitter bootstrap icons and provides flexability around the toolbars display and number of icons.
Custom scrollbar plugin that’s fully customizable with CSS. Features vertical/horizontal scrolling, mouse-wheel support (via jQuery mousewheel plugin), scrolling buttons, scroll inertia with easing, auto-adjustable scrollbar length, nested scrollbars, scroll-to functionality, user defined callbacks and much more.
The TouchSwipe plugin was originally written for an iPad specific website for Renault. The main feature was a gallery of cars, where the user could swipe up/down to change the model, and left/right to change the specific view of the car. At the time (2010) jQuery mobile was very much in its infancy, so we decided to write our own plugin to bring touch events to jQuery.
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