100+ Best jQuery Plugin & Tutorial of May 2016
Switchable is a replaces checkbox by beautiful iphone style switch buttons.
This article explains how to convert div to an image in jquery. Yes, we are going to generate an image from our HTML page on client-side using jQuery. We can also convert a particular part of our Webpage (Asp.net C# Web project/ PHP). All we need HTML tag, and using html2canvas js library we can create images .i.e converting HTML table to Image PNG, JPG or converting DIV, UL, LI tag into Jpg image format.
Modern cross platform responsive image cropping and uploading. Slim features beautiful animations and graphics. Configuration and implementation are a walk in the park.
- Responsive and Beautifully Animated
- Compatible with both Bootstrap and Foundation
- Super Fast
- Able to auto crop and resize imagery
- Capable of Correcting Device Orientation problems
- Setup to upload via AJAX or Form POST
- A Treat for the Eyes
HTMLfromRSS.js is a jQuery plugin for mutiple html feed from rss feed.
ImageLinks is a lightweight solution for creation interactive images. With this plugin you are able to easily make an interactive image for your site that empowers publishers and bloggers to create more engaging content by adding rich media links to photos.
- 2 Predefined Themes – included 2 skins (default & dark), you can create your own theme containing custom colors, fonts, and effects by starting with a built-in themes and changing its settings
- CSS3 Animations – over 100+ CSS3 animations are available to give some stunning effects
- Build with LESS – LESS and CSS files included
- Cross-Browser – supports for all major browsers, including touch-screen devices and mobile devices
Here this article explains how to preview an image before uploading on the server side in jQuery. Let’s suppose you have an application where the user uploads bulk photo and then the users want to upload only some selected photo, in this case, we as a developer don’t want to upload all images photos on the server. As this effect on server load cost effect etc.
So using HTML 5 FileReader() we can able to preview the image before upload it in jQuery.