A custom select / multiselect for @twitter bootstrap using button dropdown, designed to behave like regular Bootstrap selects.
A jQuery plugin for cross browser number inputs.Stepper adds support for number input fields, allowing values to be incrementally adjusted.
A comprehensive path-finding library for grid based games.The aim of this project is to provide a path-finding library that can be easily incorporated into web games. It may run on Node.js or the browser.
Showroom Slider is a powerful jQuery plugin that allows you to create sliders containing plane and box elements with tons of animation options to choose from. It uses a syntax similar to having inline CSS style on elements to describe every element’s properties and behavior.
Today I am going to share facebook style url expanding videos using jQuery & PHP. This script will take , , , , & video url as input and it will return a video as output with automatically fetch the title & description of the respective video.
Elegant way of product filtering and categorization. Easily editable json driven structure with smooth effects and visualisation.
- Json driven readable database
- Full screen or limited usage
- Includes two themes as grey and sephia and psd files
- Runtime image loading for performance
Now you can show your business feeds / news / simple notifications on your website with Tumbax plugin. All you need to do is, have you business updates in your tumbl blog and install this plugin on your site. Tumbax will pull your Tumblr feeds and display them on your website in a stylish view which is fully customizable.
Thus you can use Tumblr as a service to display your business updates for clients and users. The view is highly customizable; you can show it as a Timeline (2-column) or as a Pin View (3 or more columns) or a single column view.
A plugin for moving-map search, like on Yelp or Airbnb. Built with jQuery and Leaflet.
jQuery Birdseye is a plugin for replicating the “search in map” functionality of Yelp/Airbnb/Google using the API of your choosing. With a small bit of setup, you can have the sweet, mapsearchy goodness that these sites do, at a fraction of the cost.