Blockrain.js is one of the best HTML5 tetris versions out there. The code was then modified and refactored to build a jQuery Plugin and added quite a few methods to easily add themes to it and make it simpler to implement.
This jQuery plugin allows you to show the user how long it will take to read the article considering the speed in which the user is scrolling.
Today we’d like to share a fun little color extraction experiment with you. The idea is to create a color palette from an image with a subtle effect on the image itself and some fanciness on the palette. We are using Vibrant.js by Jari Zwarts to extract the colors from the images, and CSS Filters to transition the image to a black and white version. We also implemented a simple slider with a special “curtain” effect.
A responsive tour snippet, with a step-by-step guide to help users understand how to use your website.
Calculates if the mouse position is near to a given element.
Loads images, background images, scripts, styles, iframes, videos and audios asynchronously (just 260 bytes).
A powerful jQuery extension that automates scrolling and fixed headers and footers.
By default it will size a table to it’s parent container, fix the position of the header and footer, add horizontal and vertical scrolling as needed, and resize reactively to window resize events.
Animated alerts are the JQuery plugin based on css3 animation. Using it you can effectively communicate to users the right information. There are 68 animations, multiple color themes and types of messages and detailed documentation. Also you can develop your own themes, because of the efficient organization of the code. The plugin works in all modern browsers and on all devices.