jQuery

  • Create.js – InPage Editing for Content Management Systems Using HTML5

    Thinking about strategies of how to best edit web content, we will rather quickly agree that the so-called inline or inpage editing is the best way to do it. Inline editing means the editing of web contents right inside their original layout. Still this best way is supported by only very few systems. The project Create.js provides a module for almost every CMS out there to relatively easily implement exactly this, inline editing of any content.



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  • Calendario for jQuery Allows For A Flexible And Responsive Calendar On Your Website

    If you need to publish events, anniversaries, anything that involves a date or date range, it is advisable to do this in the form of a visual calendar. That is exactly what the jQuery plugin Calendario promises to achieve. Calendario integrates a calendar with a month view into any website and is flexible customizable. The data to be displayed can easily be handed over via JavaScript.



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  • Garlic.Js and Sisyphus.Js: These jQuery Plugins Store Form Values With HTML5 LocalStorage

    The problem is as old as forms on the web are. The longer the form, the bigger the problem, potentially. The problem I’m talking about is one you have encountered more than once in your digital lifetime. It uses to occur only after filling out the most complex forms or while you are in a hurry and just wanted to submit this order you promised your wife to place today. There it is. Submission fails, the browser tab closes accidentally, for some reason you press F5 or whatever monkey business you achieve to perform. Result: the form is empty again, you are back to zero. The plugins for jQuery we have for you today, promise to avoid running into a situation like this ever again.



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  • jPanelMenu: Slick Navigation-Sidebar With CSS Animations And jQuery

    jPanelMenu is only a few days old, but you already know the operating principle from your favorite smartphone or tablet using Android or iOS. Most likely you will use either the Facebook or the Google+ app, which both implement an off-canvas slide-in navigation. A small list icon in the upper left corner symbolizes the availability of a navigational menu at a tap of your finger. It is exactly this principle jPanelMenu transports into your webdesigns.



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  • Makisu – Sushi-Inspired CSS 3D Navigation for jQuery

    Better browser support has CSS experiments become more popular these days. My personal favorite up until today was Paperfold CSS. Of course we also saw Meny and some other more playful approaches. Makisu is a brand-new concept for dropdown navigation menus realized by the use of CSS 3D transforms. I have seldom seen such an impressing result. Sorry Paperfold CSS, I leave you for Makisu…



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  • BookBlock And Windy: 2 jQuery-Plugins Provide Exceptional Content Navigation

    Chances are, you are not looking for sliders, you have to watch your steps to avoid not trampling on them. There are more sliders on this planet than content for them to take care of. As this is the case, why do we introduce two more variants to our readership? It’s simple. BookBlock and Windy, the new jquery-plugins by Codrops, are extraordinary, totally fresh and new in their approach. They offer a variety of exciting effects to have you present your content in ways not seen before. I am impressed.



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  • Your Photos Retro Style with HTML5 Canvas and Vintage.js

    HTML5, JavaScript and Canvas are gaining momentum when it comes to image processing. It’s only been a few days since we introduced you to the jQuery-plugin tiltShift.js, which, you can easily guess by its name, applies the popular effect of miniaturizing to whatever image you fire it on. Today we’ll show you vintage.js. This jQuery-plugin, which is available as a web service also, enables you to let your images look as if they were taken ages ago. It doesn’t only do that good, it does a fantastic job.



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  • Typography rules: Eye-Catching Headlines with slabText for jQuery

    Typography in web design has long been treated as an orphan. With the rise of web fonts the situation changed and thanks to jQuery we have loads of elegant little helpers to make our sites prettier. The more advanced plugins even introduce possibilities formerly only known to print designers. Today we are going to take a look at slabText.js. This tool will split longer headings into two or more rows and set these rows to full justification, where each row is scaled individually, which guarantees for an eye-catcher.



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  • tiltShift.js: Tiltshift-Effects with CSS3 and jQuery

    tiltShift.js is nothing short of a little sensation. Using the new CSS3 Image Filters, developer Noel Tock realized a tiltshift-effect for any image you’d want to apply one to. It has of course to be said, that at the time of this writing only Chrome and Safari 6 are able to visualize the effect. Furthermore the pictures have to be generally qualified for the use of tiltshift. But this proves true for all possible fake tiltshifts, as can be achieved by Photoshop and others.



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  • jQuery Socialist: One-Stop Shop for Social Media Stream Aggregation

    Life can be easy. With the brand-new jQuery plugin Socialist you’re able to aggregate a plethora of streams stemming from different social networks into one, modern and elegant grid-based layout. If you haven’t been living under a stone lately, you’ll have a strong deja vu looking at Socialist’s default output. Yes, you’re right. It does look like Pinterest. If you’re not into Pinterest though, you can have Socialist display the various streams in plain old-school list view.



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