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.
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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.
Search and Share makes highlighting text to a more functional action. More specifically, it attempts to understand the intention of a user’s text selection and presents a variety of options accordingly.
Today we will be developing a jQuery plugin that will make it easy to create slideshows, product guides or presentations from your Flickr photo sets. The plugin will be using Flickr’s APIs and YQL to fetch the photos in the sets, after which it will create the markup of the slideshow and listen for events.
With the Google Maps API, you can embed Google Maps in your own web pages with the power of jQuery. The Google Maps API provides a number of utilities for manipulating maps and adding content to a map, this jQuery plugin works to help simplify those steps with a few easy commands…
The jQuery Google Translate Plugin lets websites and applications integrate the simplicity of jQuery plugins with the Google Translate API programatically.
A new jQuery plugin for translating text. Imagine, how users that don’t have English as their first language could profit from an integrated functionality to translate e.g. an article.The plugin works with the Google Language API and can be used to translate a text in all the languages provided by the API.
gMap is a lightweight jQuery plugin that helps you embed Google Maps into your website. With only 2 KB in size it is very flexible and highly customizable.There are a two requirements you need to meet before you can use gMap to display Google Maps on your website. First you need to sign up for a Google Maps API key. Second you need the jQuery library at least in version 1.3.
So you just got into Google Buzz few days ago and would like to embed your buzz stream into a website yourself. Here are a few jQuery lines to help you get started.