In this tutorial you will create a jQuery plugin which uses YouTube’s chromeless player, and creates our own set of minimalistic controls. The supported controls include a Play, Pause and Replay button – and also a clickable progress bar.
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YoxView is a free Lightbox-type media and image viewer jQueryplugin. It’s easy to use and feature-rich.
The instant search feature has massively changed the web in past couple of weeks. I had developed real-time Youtube instant search with Jquery and Ajax. It is very simple like my previous posts, just reading the Youtube API JSON file with Jquery. Take a look at this live demo..
Yahoo instant search implementing with Yahoo Search Boss API using jquery and ajax. This is very similar tomy previous post just changing few lines of code. I feel Yahoo search results better than Bing results. Use it and make your own search application.
Some days back I had posted a popular article ‘Youtube instant search with Jquery and Ajax’. I received a lot of request from my readers that asked to me how to instant web search results so I had coded Bing instant search with real time search results. Just few lines of code, reading Bing search JSON API file with Jquery.
Last few days I have been working with APIs for instant search results, I had an idea to implement a super instant search with multiple APIs like twitter, youtube, yahoo and bing. But jquery older versions doesn’t support multiple ajax call-backs, luckily I had found Jquery 1.5 has released a new method called $.when finally I have developed super fast search at kokkoroko.com.
FullCalendar is a jQuery plugin that provides a full-sized, drag & drop calendar like the one left. It uses AJAX to fetch events on-the-fly for each month and is easily configured to use your own feed format (an extension is provided for Google Calendar).
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at how jQuery’s beta templating system can be put to excellent use in order to completely decouple our HTML from our scripts. We’ll also take a quick look at jQuery 1.5′s completely revamped AJAX module.
In this article, we will create a document searching site with jQuery. This site will be used to search documents by specifying an extension (file type). The data is then filtered and sent to Google. We’ll learn many jQuery tips and skills through the process. A gray box plugin called “ColorBox”, and a toolTip plugin called “SimpleTip” will also be introduced in this article.
In this tutorial we are using Google’s AJAX Search API, to create a custom search engine, with which you can search for web results, images, video and news items on your site.