jQuery

jQuery

The Write Less, Do More, Javascript Library

This is write less, do more, javascript library. It just working like a magical wand.

Official Documentation

jQAPI - Alternative jQuery Documentation Browser

Download jQuery from here


Some beautiful plugins :

Select2 :

The jQuery replacement for select boxes

Select2 gives you a customizable select box with support for searching, tagging, remote data sets, infinite scrolling, and many other highly used options.

URL: Select2 Website

DataTables :

Advanced tables, instantly

DataTables is a plug-in for the jQuery Javascript library. It is a highly flexible tool, built upon the foundations of progressive enhancement, that adds all of these advanced features to any HTML table.

URL: Datatables Website

xZoom :

jQuery Zoom Gallery Plugin

All needed features are turned on by default, with adaptive and responsive support. Please, read the manual to see all options.

Mouse over the image, to see zoomed image window.

User mouse scroll to increase or decrease image in zoom window.

EasyZoom :

jQuery image zoom plugin

EasyZoom is an elegant, highly optimised jQuery image zoom and panning plugin based on the original work by Alen Grakalic. EasyZoom supports touch-enabled devices and is easily customisable with CSS.

Fork the repository : EasyZoom on Github

jScroll - A jQuery Plugin :

jScroll is a jQuery plugin for infinite scrolling

jScroll is a jQuery plugin for infinite scrolling, written by Philip Klauzinski. Infinite scrolling; also known as lazy loading, endless scrolling, autopager, endless pages, etc.; is the ability to load content via AJAX within the current page or content area as you scroll down. The new content can be loaded automatically each time you scroll to the end of the existing content, or it can be triggered to load by clicking a navigation link at the end of the existing content.

An example of infinite scrolling is your Facebook "News Feed" page. You may notice that when you scroll to the bottom of this page, new content will often load automatically, or you will be given a link to "Older Posts" which will load more content when clicked.

Fork the repository : jScroll Github Repository