bs_grid is a jQuery Datagrid plugin, based on Twitter Bootstrap.
UbaPlayer is a simple jQuery plugin that plays audio natively in modern browsers and uses Flash where native playback is impossible.The jQuery HTML5 Audio Player with Flash Fallback.
A simple and lightweight plugin to lazily load images.
Ultimate Image Filters is a WordPress Plugin that integrates directly into your WordPress admin’s Media Manager and adds filters that you can use to enhance your photos for your site.
- 46 Awesome Image Filters
- Integrates inside the WordPress Media Manager.
- NO front-end performance impacts.
- Works with any image.
- Generates attachment data & different image sizes correctly.
- Works with page builders, Visual Composer, etc.
- Works with any theme.
- Simple interface.
- Very easy to use.
A group of jQuery plugins for responsive tables.
A sample pack (10) of animated icons from Kickdrop. Full icon set coming soon! These retina-ready icons were animated in Adobe After Effects and are exported as .png sprites-sheets. Sprite-sheets contain a collage of frame-by-frame stills that make up an animation (This technique has a long history in gaming).
We used Stitches , a .png sprite sequence generator, to create the final sheets. After generating the sprite sheets, we used pure CSS3 to animate through the sprite sheet on hover. The mixture css animations and sprite-sheets creates an interesting combination to create visually rich, game-like experiences.
jNottery is a jQuery plugin that lets you add notes and markers to webpages. All the data is encoded as a part of an URL which makes it easy to share or save.
The library consists of 3 independent modules:
- core: hash encoder/decoder, notes manager
- tooltip: fully styled tooltip designed to be comaptible with core
- vendor: connectors with external services
An experimental slideshow that is draggable and has two views: fullscreen and small carousel. In fullscreen view, a related content area can be viewed.There are different techniques that would allow for such a layout; we tried to re-create this slideshow concept by using the Dragdealer.js library and 3D transforms. The main idea is to translate the slider on the Z axis, allowing it to be either fullscreen or of a smaller carousel size. By switching the actual size of the slideshow and removing the transforms when they are not needed anymore, we allow the slideshow to have a “real” size (i.e. 25% of the window). For the content part, we slide everything up and reveal a scrollable area.