HTML KickStart includes everything you need to rapidly create website layouts – things like slideshows, menus, flexible grids, image placeholders, buttons, and more – saving you a ton of time so you can produce faster and make more money.
All HTML KickStart Elements are fully Browser tested, they even gracefully degrade.
TextExt is a plugin for jQuery which is designed to provide functionality such as tag input and autocomplete.
The core design principle behind TextExt is modularity and extensibility. Each piece of functionality is separated from the main core and can act individually or together with other plugins.
TextExt’s modular design allows you easily turn a standard HTML text input into a wide range of modern, tailored to your needs input field without bloating your source code and slowing down your site with the code that you aren’t using.
A wide number of plugins are available including Tags, Autocomplete, Filter, Ajax as well as a few which are purely aesthetic like Focus.
Promptumenu is a jQuery plugin that allows you to display list items in a similar way like a iPhone home screen. If item count exceeds the displayed items on one screen, users can swipe through screens.
Special thing about this plugin is the fact to preserve the dynamic experience you get when swiping on an iPhone or Android.
If user opens the page with a mobile device like Android, iPhone/ iPad, he will be able to swipe with fingers. Also when using mouse, the plugin takes in mind the momentum with which you are moving the mouse, so the list moves with inertia after you release the mouse.
Unlike those frameworks, which are built in HTML4 and rooted in Web browsers, jQ.Mobi is an HTML5 rewrite of the jQuery framework.
jQ.Mobi provides stunning speed improvement (2.5X faster than desktop jQuery), size reduction (only 3K vs. 36K) and code efficiency, with a particular focus on delivering an identically high quality user experience to both iOS and Android devices.
The library supports jQuery UI themes, falls back to
.animate() when transforms aren’t supported, and comes with touch support for mobile devices.
Impress.js is a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers. It helps you to create visually stunning presentations with CSS3 awesomeness.
Currently impress.js works fine in latest Chrome/Chromium browser, Safari 5.1 and Firefox. As it was not developed with mobile browsers in mind, it currently doesn’t work on any mobile devices, including tablets.
Stellar.js is a jQuery plugin that adds parallax scrolling effects to any scrolling element. Parallax has never been this easier, add some simple data attributes to your markup, run
$.stellar(). That’s all you need to get started.
Mobile Safari halts code execution during scroll so you can’t use normal scroll events to animate. By using an iOS scrolling library (Scrollability) it bypasses this limitation.
It let’s you monitor download status by providing progress and completed events and it lets you prioritize the order in which items are downloaded. You can even tag groups of files and then prioritize downloads or register for events by tag.
Revolver.js is a new content slider that has no assumptions about your markup. Think of Revolver as a boilerplate or framework for creating your own content slider, exactly the way you want it.
This content slider plugin currently compatible with jQuery and Mootools!
Mobi Pick has implemented localisation through XDate’s locale support, which means a localised picker can be displayed simply by specifying a language