Posts Categorized / Jquery

Velocity.js-Accelerated JavaScript animation

Velocity is a jQuery plugin that re-implements $.animate() to produce significantly greater performance (making Velocity also faster than CSS animation libraries) while including new features to improve animation workflow. get it here


Labelmask – Alternative to Input Masks

Labelmask is a way to create accessible input hinting without using input masks. Labelmask inserts formatting hinting after the label, and updates as the user inputs their information. When the user leaves the field the formatting gets applied to the input value itself. get it here


At.js – AutoCompletion Library for Web Applications

At.js is an autocompletion library to autocomplete mentions, smileys etc. just like on Github or Twitter. It supports HTML5 contentEditable elements. You can listen to any character and not just ‘@’, set up multiple listeners for different characters with different behavior and data. get it here


jQuery Webcam Plugin

A webcam wrapper plugin for jQuery. It’s a transparent layer to communicate with a camera directly in JavaScript. get it here


PourOver – Fast Filtering and Sorting of Large Collections

PourOver is a library for simple, fast filtering and sorting of large collections – think 100,000s of items – in the browser. It allows you to build data-exploration apps and archives that run at 60fps, that don’t have to to wait for a database call to render query results. get it here


Response – jQuery Responsive Design Toolkit

Response is a jQuery plugin that provides tools for building performance-optimized, mobile-first responsive websites. It’s breakpoint sets use HTML5 data attributes to dynamically swap markup based on breakpoints so that rich content can be served progressively. Its API includes cross-browser event hooks, HTML5 dataset, and ways to get or test responsive properties. get it here


Seen.js Renders 3D Scenes into SVG or HTML5 Canvas

Seen.js renders 3D scenes into SVG or HTML5 Canvas. Seen.js contains a simple abstraction on top of the graphics capabilities of SVG and HTML5 Canvas elements. All of the other components of this library are agnostic to the type of context it will be rendered in. get it here