S Gallery: Responsive jQuery gallery plugin


S Gallery is a responsive jQuery gallery plugin that includes CSS3 animations inspired by Sony’s products gallery. It supports touch/swipe functions, too.

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S Gallery: Responsive jQuery gallery plugin

S Gallery is a responsive jQuery gallery plugin that includes CSS3 animations inspired by Sony’s products gallery. It supports touch/swipe functions, too.

s gallery


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25 New Script Libraries and Plugins on GitHub




1. Unveil.js

Unveil.js is a lightweight version of LazyLoad, with support for serving high-resolution images to devices with Retina display. The LazyLoad plugin has some neat options, such as custom effects, but if you don't use any of those you can reduce the file size considerably, leaving just the essential code. This is exactly what Unveil.js is.

2 Chardin.js

Chardin.js (named after the French painter Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin) lets you add simple overlay instructions on existing elements, on any of your apps, using JavaScript. It was inspired by the recent Gmail new composer tour, and is a simple solution that works well and looks incredible.

3. Superhero.js

Superhero.js isn't strictly a JavaScript library itself, but rather, a library of articles on how to create, test and maintain a large JavaScript code base. This is a continuously updated collection of the best articles, videos and presentations on the topic, which helps explain the syntax of JavaScript, how to organize projects, how to test your code and what's on the horizon.

4. Snap.js

Snap.jsis a library for creating beautiful mobile shelfs in JavaScript, which appear when clicking a button or dragging the entire view. It uses CSS3-powered animations with IE fallbacks, and features flick support, event hooks, drag support and an event-based API, so it's simple to hook into existing interfaces.

5. Least.js

Least.js creates beautiful, random and responsive HTML5 and CSS3 image galleries using LazyLoad. Installation is simple and straightforward; just download the script and insert the appropriate code before the </head> and after the <body> tags.

6. Verlet.js

Verlet.js is a simple Verlet physics engine written in JavaScript, with particles, distance constraints and angular constraints, all supported. It's based off an iterative technique called Verlet Integration, which simplifies force and motion calculations. With it, you can easily model intricate objects and dynamic behaviors.

7. Bespoke.js

Bespoke.js is a DIY micro-presentation framework that makes it simple to create animated deck-style slideshows. It's less than 1kb minified and gzipped, with no dependencies, and uses keyboard and touch events to add classes to your slides, while you provide the CSS transitions. There are five basic themes, and both production and development versions are available to download.

8. Lazy.js

Lazy.js is a utility library for JavaScript, similar to Underscore and Lo-Dash, but it uses "lazy evaluation," which can translate to superior performance in many cases, especially when dealing with large arrays and "chaining" multiple methods. With no external dependencies, you can get started straight away.

9. Chart.js

Chart.js is an object-oriented graphing system for designers and developers that uses JavaScript and HTML5 Canvas to create six different types of charts. Each chart can be animated and fully customized, with support on Retina displays and all modern browsers, and with polyfills to provide support for IE7/8. It's dependency free, lightweight (only 4.5kb when minified and gzipped) and offers a wealth of customization options.

10 . Pixi.js

Pixl.js is a super fast HTML5 2D rendering engine that uses webGL with canvas fallback, to provide a fast, lightweight library that works across all devices. The Pixi renderer allows everyone to enjoy the power of hardware acceleration without prior knowledge of webGL. It features a super easy-to-use API, asset loaders, full mouse and multi-touch interaction, support for texture atlases and much more.

11 . SocialFeed.js

With SocialFeed.js, you can create a feed with your latest interactions on different social media, designed to be both modular and plugable. By default, no social site is added; each has be explicitly added, and is implemented as its own module. It's extremely customizable with an API, which exposes several functions and events.

12 . Intro.js

Intro.js provides a better way to create a new feature introduction and step-by-step user guide for your website and project. It's simple to set up: Just include the JavaScript and CSS files and "add data-step" and "data-intro" to your code. It's lightweight (only 2.5kb gzipped) and includes keyboard and mouse navigation, with cross-browser compatibility on all modern browsers, from IE8 and up.

13. Datamock.js

Datamock.js lets you easily add fake data to your mockups, with straightforward usage and a handy demo to see it work in action. Use data attributes to bind mocked data; it includes other value types, such as emails and names. With a bookmarklet task included in the build script, you can quickly generate a page with test sample data.

14. Imageloader.js

Imageloader.js is a jQuery plugin for pre-loading images, with simple implementation. However, it has minimal customization options outside the array of image URLs to load. The demo shows off its functionality.

15. SimplePagination.js

SimplePagination.js is a simple jQuery pagination plugin that includes three CSS themes and features Bootstrap support. It has options for configuring the page links, next and previous text, one-click events, style attributes and more. There is also an API for selecting pages, and support for Bootstrap was recently added.

16. Sco.js

A collection of jQuery plugins for the web, inspired by the Twitter Bootstrap components, Sco.js plugins can replace the Bootstrap equivalents. Several plugins are unique, and in cases where Sco.js replaces Bootstrap plugins, the underlying markup has been simplified and the reliance on IDs reduced.

17. StreamTable.js

StreamTable.js streams data for tables in the background, and updates and renders them using templating frameworks like Mustache.js and HandleBars.js. It provides fast rendering of the pages or tables, without the "loading data" delays, and with fast client-side filtering. It can also manage various JSON data formats.

18. fpsmeter.js

Fpsmeter.js is a simple JavaScript library to display the frames-per-second of an animation. It can measure the number of milliseconds between frames and the number of milliseconds it takes to render one frame. It supports theming, so it can be customized to suit new and existing interfaces, and can cope with multiple instances on a page.

19. Behave.js

Behave.js is a lightweight library for adding IDE style behaviors to plain text areas, making it much more enjoyable to write code in. It supports all modern browsers, with partial support for IE6/7. It has no dependencies and allows for custom code and behavior fencing, multi-line indentation and un-indentation.

20. Chartkick.js

Chartkick.js helps you create beautiful Javascript charts with minimal code. It supports Google Charts and Highcharts, and works with most browsers (including IE6). It works with Ruby, using the "chartkick" gem. Use it to create line charts, pie charts, column charts and multiple series.

21. Gif.js

Gif.js is a JavaScript GIF encoder that runs in your browser. It uses typed arrays and web workers to render each frame in the background. It works in browsers supporting Web Workers, File API and Type Arrays by generating the GIF images in the background, using Web Workers.

22. ColtJS

ColtJS is a simple framework that allows for easy deployment of a JavaScript Application using asynchronous module definition. Its only dependency is RequireJS, and it builds off simple principles of a centralized router, loading modules only when requested to produce an efficient, easy-to-manage application structure. You can use the ColtJS boilerplate for a quick start and view the documentation on the ColtJS website.

23. Anima.js

Anima.js makes it easy to animate over a hundred objects at a time, and each item has its mass and viscosity to emulate reallife objects. It helps improve upon some of the limitations of CSS animations, such as calculating percents for keyframes, giving you greater control over the flow of animations, along with the ability to use delays and durations normally.

24. Navi.js

Navi makes it easy to dynamically display content on your sites. Instead of cluttering up your site tree with extra files, you can easily write all your HTML code for multiple pages in one file. It uses the current hash to change content, leaving your visitor's back button functional, with built-in support for Ajax, Google Analytics, breadcrumbs, page titles, along with easy HTML and JavaScript markup.

25. Fartscroll.js

Would any recent GitHub script roundup be complete without Fartscroll.js? Created by The Onion, it can install on any webpage to produce gassy noises as you scroll up and down the browser window. Try the Google Chrome extension for a more immersive experience.

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30+ Innovative New jQuery Plugins




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Responsive Touch-Friendly Audio Player

This responsive audio player is the perfect example of jQuery at work. You simply include the plugin codes and create any typical HTML5 audio element. This will automatically be converted into a touch-friendly audio player with a dazzling CSS3 user interface.

open source audio player jquery plugin


I am sure plenty of designers & developers recognize the sliding side menu. This became popularized from iOS mobile applications using sliding menu buttons in the toolbar. And now this effect may be replicated for websites using only jQuery and the Sidr plugin. Check out the live demo and see how this could work in your own projects.

side opening navigation menu plugin


Do you remember seeing all these lazyload image plugins? There are so many various options, and even some free open source WordPress plugins have been released. This particular image loader plugin follows a much nicer example with all images loading in a sequential order, following a fading effect. The live demo is a prime example of how you can apply this to your website.

imageloader preloading images jquery plugin


Although Swatches may not have a practical use in many website layouts, it is a wonderful jQuery plugin for toying with specific colors. This plugin will create a div area using a palette of related colors based on your input choice. Generating your own color scheme may be difficult and this is a unique open source tool for the job.

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Hot on Facebook

Hot on Facebook is a rather obscure idea. But the plugin does work perfectly in all standards-compliant browsers, so for those who enjoy Facebook sharing this is for you! Hot on Facebook will take a URL and check the total number of FB shares. Then it will be displayed on the page as a social media sharing badge.

hot on facebook plugin jquery open source


The open source Toolbar.js script is fairly easy to run, but has its limitations. This plugin will create a small tooltip menu of icon links which appears on any element you choose. It can be immensely powerful coupled with a user profile or other icon-command interface. However the effect is rather obscure, so don’t be surprised if you have a hard time fitting this into your layout.

Toolbar.js plugin jquery open source javascript

jQuery PowerTip

As for handling regular tooltip hovers you may consider jQuery PowerTip. This is a fairly new plugin released as open source on Github. You can check out the live demo to see a better example, but the simplest explanation is creating tooltip popup menus when hovering over some HTML element.

open source jquery powertip tooltips plugin


The jQtimeline plugin offers very unique functionality which I have never seen before. You can build a horizontal timeline with date events setup throughout the list. In this way, users may click on an event to display more information. It certainly has its practical uses but will take a bit of custom code to get working properly.

open source timeline dynamic jquery plugin


The Swipebox plugin is a mobile responsive jQuery image gallery. This is especially designed for mobile webapps and websites which are made responsive for smartphones and tablets. The image gallery will take up the entire screen, and you can even touch-to-swipe between other images in the slideshow.

mobile responsive swipebox jquery plugin


MixItUp has a lot of various custom options and I would say this is closer to an intermediate jQuery plugin. You will need to understand a few concepts when customizing the default setup and adding this into your page. But it will allow quick sorting of elements within a set gallery like portfolio items, images, photographs, and so much more.

jquery css3 image sorting portfolio gallery listing plugin

jQuery Spellchecker

Designers who are familiar with the in-browser spellcheck may be a fan or may completely hate it. This jQuery plugin offers a different solution where you may edit the callback function to display related vocabulary. It is a daring plugin which is completely free to use, but also requires a bit of customization to get working correctly.

jquery open source plugin spellcheck code


ScrollUp is in my top 5 new favorite plugins just for its ease of use and pre-built styles. Simply include the JS files into your webpage and setup the offset distance from the top. Then after a visitor scrolls beyond this limit a small fixed div will appear in the bottom corner. It is an excellent alternative to coding your own button from scratch.

jquery scrollup plugin open source codes

Nod Frontend Validation

Nod is a frontend validation plugin for HTML input forms. Using jQuery you may setup the actual basis for what is considered good and bad data, then check these values after the user submits the form. It will not go through until all of the criteria are met.

jquery nod frontend form validation plugin open source


Select dropdown menus have always been stuck in their own CSS styles. There are some posts online which delve into customizing your own select menu, but often not supported by all browsers. This jQuery plugin Select2 is an enhancement on the typical HTML select field. Just include the plugin within your heading and all select menus can be updated with a small bit of code.

select2 dropdown menu input fields open source plugin


Aside from the other great jQuery tooltip plugin, I have to recommend Tooltipster for their alternative codebase. I have used Tooltipster in a few projects and it works just as described. Many of the options are so easy to implement, and this allows developers to customize their own tooltips with just a few CSS properties.

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This strange carousel-style plugin allows you to create a dynamic rotating panel of elements. The jQuery Vortex plugin is fairly new, and there are still updates being applied on a regular basis. However I think it is worth a mention since the techniques are still not as mainstream as you might expect.

jquery open source vortex plugin spinning carousel


iCheck is one of the best jQuery plugins I have ever found to update your input fields. Checkboxes and radio buttons will receive a totally new look when you choose the proper skin and color style. I will admit that iCheck is a bit deceiving with so many confusing options at first. But the more you practice the easier it will get to include this plugin within your website(s).

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Any List Scroller

ALS or Any List Scroller is a typical jQuery plugin for image slideshows. But instead of displaying the images in a bigger view, they are rotated like a typical homepage items scroll container. There are options to include arrows on both sides and allow visitors to manually switch between internal elements.

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Tumbo is a fairly rudimentary plugin for quickly displaying a feed out of your Tumblr blog. This can be updated to display the contents from any Tumblr blog just by using the subdomain URL. Obviously not everybody will have a need for this, but it is good to know that developers are working their way through APIs like Tumblr built into JavaScript plugins.

tumbo tumblr theme api pulling content jquery plugin


Speaking of APIs – this Spectragram plugin is a quick method for accessing photos off Instagram. You simply include the JS files into your header and then specify a user or search query. The Spectragram plugin will pull all related results and link back to the original shot.

instagram api spectreagram jquery open source plugin

jQuery Stripe

The jQuery Stripe plugin offers a more traditional image gallery. Each photo will only display as a small vertical sliver which you may click to show the whole image. There are also arrows on the right and left sides to change between views. I don’t think it is the best option but it can be an offbeat solution for atypical website layouts.

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SocialCount handles another strange feature which does get a lot of requests. This plugin will allow you to quickly pull out the numbers for Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ shares. Merely enter the target URL and you can display social media badges anywhere in your webpage.

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Custom Scrollbar Plugin

jQuery Custom Scrollbar is a fascinating plugin which deserves a lot of attention. This has been online for quite a while now, but the effects still never cease to amaze. You can quickly make a div element with an overscroll feature using these custom scrollbars. It is perfect for handling custom content which should not take up the entirety of the layout.

open source custom scrollbar plugin demo screenshot


Smallipop is yet another beautiful jQuery tooltips plugin. You should look at some of the examples to see how this would be implemented. Each tooltip plugin follows its own rules and they may or may not appeal to everyone. But I think Smallipop is a great choice for developers getting started in JavaScript libraries.

jquery open source plugin smallipop tooltips


jPanelMenu is another popular jQuery plugin for using a sliding navigation. You may quickly include these codes within your website to add the effects on any page. Just target the open/close element and whenever the user clicks, it will display your hidden navigation. Take a peek at the live demo to see this effect in action.

jquery jpanelmenu open source plugin navigation


Intro.js is an introduction guided tour plugin for jQuery. There are a lot of options and custom settings you may choose, but this also allows for a more unique website performance. I think Intro.js is the best jQuery plugin for creating a guided website tour. The CSS is easily malleable and you can demo with all sorts of different layouts.

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The list of shadowboxes and lightboxes has grown tremendously since 2011. I think the jQuery plugin Lightbox_me is another beautiful example of this feature. You can setup images, forms, videos, and other HTML right within a modal lightbox. The JS codes are easy to learn and the plugin does not require a whole bunch of custom edits.

lightboxme lightbox shadowbox popup jquery plugin

jQuery Carousel

I think the abitgone jQuery Carousel is definitely a peculiar option. This will display prev/next links right within the image div encapsulating all of the other images. It looks really nice in smaller spaces and you can resize the example to anything you need. I feel it is worth looking into but it may not come out as your favorite option.

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Are you familiar with how Google Images currently displays results? This is how jQuery Superbox works using your own static images. Visitors have the ability to browse thumbnails and once they click, a new div will open up displaying the full image. I really like this plugin because the user experience mimics Google very closely. And since people are already familiar with Google it provides a seamless exchange of data without much confusion.

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KGallery is another beautiful jQuery image gallery with slideshow features. The default icons are not permanent and you can obviously update other bits of the user interface. What really catches my attention is the option to include smaller image thumbnails within the gallery design. It is a fairly simple plugin to setup and I would recommend testing the live demo to see how you feel about the implementation.

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jQuery Litelighter

Plenty of great syntax highlighters have been released over the past few years. But jQuery Litelighter is another plugin I really appreciate for the simplicity and graceful nature. You can generate highlighted syntax for nearly any popular language, and it should work using any of the most common web browsers.

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bxSlider simply has one of the best user experiences for an image slideshow. You can implement this right onto your homepage or within any other page of the site. It will provide a solid design for users who are familiar with image slideshow features. Also the jQuery codes are very minimalist and do not bog down the website over long loading times.

responsive jquery bxslider plugin slider


The MeanMenu plugin is a newer release and certainly worth looking into. I really like how the default navigation design will automatically resize based on the total number of internal links. Also you can include sub-menu links which offers visitors a quicker view of your nav menu. The design is not a great choice for everybody, however it is a solid plugin and may prove useful on some website projects.

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Random & Responsive HTML 5, CSS3 Gallery with LazyLoad




Least.js creates random and responsive HTML5 and CSS3 image galleries that include Lazyload. Installation and usage is simple, and the end result is quite beautiful.


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Galleria — A responsive JS image gallery framework

Galleria is a responsive image gallery framework built in JavaScript. It makes it simple to create attractive image galleries for the web adn mobile. It doesn’t require programming skills, makes it easy to pull content from several sources (including Flickr, Picasa, and YouTube), and is free without any restrictions. You can even create tailored themes for your projects on a single core.


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