Ever faced a situation where you said “Why doesn’t this bug show up when developer console is open!!”? And since the bug doesn’t show when you have console open, you cannot do debug logging using
Screenlog.js brings the developer console right on your screen so that you can do logging without having the developer console open always.
Photo Editor is a photo editing application based on the Cropper.js.
dynamicColorChange is a small jQuery plugin to give your users the opportunity to style your page as they want. All you have to do, is, to define a couple of selectable colors and include a button with the class “color_changer-toggle” to toggle the color changer.
iPanorama 360° jQuery Plugin is a lightweight and rich-feature panorama viewer for the web. This plugin is built with modern libraries jQuery and Three.js to be used for part of backend solutions. Additionally, it has an awesome feature which allowed the user to navigate from one scene to another. Also, it supports hotspots for providing information about any part of the scene or for creating virtual tours.
This plugin replaces
<input type="text"> with dropdown elements to pick day, month, year, hour, minutes and seconds.
You can submit form as usual because dropdowns don’t have
name attribute and not submitted.
- support date, time, datetime
- 12h / 24h format
- based on momentjs
A jQuery plugin that will let you create an interactive moving background/object that reacts to viewer’s cursor.
Adds slick new scroll events to jQuery (like
leave) so you can drop scrolling effects like a boss. Requires jQuery 1.11+.
- No required HTML markup or CSS stylesheet
- Minimal, powerful, and readable configuration
- Optional resize handling
- Optimized handling of dynamically added items
This small but might really useful jQuery plugin brings in an animation to all native section link and smoothly jumps at an element anywhere on your page.
Various icon animations made with mo.js, a powerful motion graphics library by Oleg Solomka. Inspiration comes from the Dribbble shot “Like Animation” by Daryl Ginn.