Floater : jQuery Smooth floater on Scroll

Floater : jQuery Smooth floater on Scroll

Super smooth & easy jquery floater on scroll, based on sticky-kit. Supports 3d transitions if available with fallback to setting element’s top position.

Bookmarks.public : jQuery self hosted Bookmarks Plugin

Bookmarks.public : jQuery self hosted Bookmarks Plugin

This repository allows you to save your bookmarks under revision control, via a simple combination of HTML, CSS & Javascript.

jExcel : jQuery plugin to embed Excel Spreadsheet

jExcel : jQuery plugin to embed Excel Spreadsheet

jExcel is is a very light jquery plugin to embed a spreadsheet, compatible with Excel, in your browser. You can load data straight to a jExcel table from a JS array, json or even a CSV file. You can copy and paste from or to Excel straight to a jExcel table.

  • Make rich web applications
  • Improve your clients software experience
  • Better CRUDS and beautiful UI
  • Compatibility with excel, just copy and paste
  • Powerful customizations

JavaScript Pull to Refresh Library

JavaScript Pull to Refresh Library

Pull to refresh implementation for the web. Designed to work with both mobile and desktop devices. Fits nicely with web-apps or single-page applications (SPA).

jQuery Line Progress Bar, Circular Countdown & Counter Plugin

jQuery Line Progress Bar, Circular Countdown & Counter Plugin

Line is the web’s most advanced progress bar plugin. It’s easy to setup, amazingly flexible and ships with beautiful animation presets.

Features:

  • Beautifully animated | Pick from all sorts of progress animation options, spring, arrive or tween using 20+ easing methods.
  • 10 Unique Presets | Pick one and be done, use as starting point or build your own and peek at the code.
  • Shapes and Directions | Includes Horizontal, Vertical and Circular progress bars.
  • Responsive and Mobile Friendly | Works on all sorts of devices.
  • Fast and Accurate | Optimized for fast performance, included timer corrects browser timeout errors and correctly handles document hidden mode.

jQuery File Browser Plugin

jQuery File Browser Plugin

jQuery File Browser is a plugin for creating OS like file browsers.

SmartTree : jQuery Viewing area Load Tree plugin

SmartTree : jQuery Viewing area Load Tree plugin

Support the visual area to load the tree components to ensure that the case of large data in the case of rapid loading and smooth operation. Using zTree code organization, the interface name is the same as zTree. In the zTree based on the increase in search and filtering. Function to be further improved, I hope you put forward valuable advice, must be in the first time to modify.

Caleran : jQuery Date Range Picker

Caleran : jQuery Date Range Picker

Caleran is a Date Range Picker plugin, built using jQuery and moment.js libraries. It can also be used as a single date picker besides the range selection feature. Can be shown inline or used as a dropdown beside an input.

Features:

  • Option to hide specific parts of the instance
  • Mobile friendly (both portrait and landscape layouts are supported)
  • Support for predefined ranges
  • Can be shown as an inline control
  • Wide localization support (Available languages)
  • Can also be used as a single date picker
  • Sass template included
  • Grunt file included

BunnyJS : Browser ES6 framework with JavaScript

BunnyJS : Browser ES6 framework with JavaScript

BunnyJS is a modern Vanilla JS and ES6 library and next-generation front-end framework, package of small stand-alone components without dependencies.

  • No dependencies – can be used in any project anywhere anytime
  • 0 learning curve – you can start right now, just plain JavaScript with simple architecture easy to maintain and extend
  • Designed in mind to build modern, complicated, real world business apps
  • Faster, simpler, enjoyable than any frontend framework
  • Large set of ready components, custom UI elements and utils

First Person Sunglasses with CSS & JavaScript

First Person Sunglasses with CSS & JavaScript

Today we’d like to share a fun little experiment with you: a geeky “try-on” sunglasses effect. It’s not a “try-on” in the classical sense for previewing how the sunglasses might look on a person, but instead how the view looks like when putting on some sunglasses and looking through them. For that we use a simple overlay effect and some animations to mimic the movement you do when you try on glasses from the first person perspective.