JResponsive will organize your content in an efficient, dynamic and responsive layout. It can be applied to a container element and it will arrange its children in a layout that makes optimal use of screen space, by “packing” them in tightly. One of the very famous website that using this type of layout is Pulse.
A simple jQuery plugin that allows you to add a dynamically-resized layout to any page or element, customize the layout the way you want with or without top,right,left or bottom navigations.
This is a jQuery based weather forecast script.I design it for digitalsignage solutions , but ofcourse if you want you can use it also in your website.
You will have a sample page in the zip file.
Don’t spoil it! Hide copy and images with a bit of SVG blur. Taste on mouseover. Eat on click.
Do you publish spoilers? Do you wish you could have them on your page in a way that wasn’t fucking rude? With Spoiler Alert! you can! Hide spoilers with a bit of blur.
jquery.autosave.js is a little plugin that can help auto-save input values to an ajax endpoint on your site so that user-input is constantly sync’d with the backend database without full-page post backs.
A jQuery plugin for generating a draggable 360 preview from an image sequence.
I originally developed a simpler version of HexaFlip for an iPhone app I built called ChainCal where it served as a time-picker interface for setting alarms. Most mobile time-picker widgets are fashioned after a dial, but I reasoned that rotating cubes would serve for a more unique and memorable experience. As we all know, a cube has six (i.e. “hexa”) faces, but when rotating it around a single axis, we only have four to work with (front, top, back, and bottom). Thus if we built a cube interface using CSS alone, our interface would be limited to four options per choice. HexaFlip solves this issue and playfully challenges the user’s expectations by allowing the cube to cycle over a list of any length.