Collection of jQuery Based UI Frameworks For Developers

jQuery UI is the collection of having animated visual effects, themes and GUI widgets. And when you have jQuery being the most popular framework that is used on the web, using jQuery UI is just great idea to combine these UI libraries will provide a professionally developed and feature-rich widgets that seamlessly integrate with each other, delivering a consistent, high quality look and feel.

In addition, all widgets are tested on multiple devices and browsers to ensure maximum compatibility. So for this roundup you will see a compiled a small list of some of the best jQuery UI Frameworks that will help to create apps.

jQuery UI

jQuery-UI

jQuery UI is a curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library. Whether you’re building highly interactive web applications or you just need to add a date picker to a form control, jQuery UI is the perfect choice.

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10 Useful & Newest Developed jQuery Plugins To Use

Since it inception jQuery has been always been a fast & concise JavaScript Library that simplifies things such as animating, AJAX interactions and HTML document traversing or event handling, .

jQuery plugins are an integral part of today’s web industry as these plugins gives every designer/developer a wide range coding opportunities to developed a wide range of variation effects in your websites. Today’s roundup plugins below are only some of the newest developed jQuery plugins that you can use on your site.

1. Type It

TypeIt

Type It is a jQuery plugin that outputs text like it’s being typed. It allows you to type single strings, multiple strings that stack, and multiple strings that delete & replace each other. It’s lightweight, scalable, responsive, and super easy to implement.

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10 Newest & Freshest Collection of jQuery Plugins

jQuery plugins can change any websites especially when they here to help you on the task of adding cool functionality to your website and thanks to all the amazing jQuery developer community that are always creating new & amazing stuff.

Today’s roundup you will see 10 Newest & Freshest jQuery plugins that all developers should try out.

1. Horizon Swiper

Horizon-Swiper

Horizon Swiper is a lightweight and free jQuery swiper plugin. It has many options and it works with your simple native browser scrolling.

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12 Free & Handy jQuery Plugins for April

jQuery developers have embarked their selves to create some of the most useful and innovative jQuery plugins for our visitors, as the community has dedicated itself to produce some really useful plugins every month for users.

This roundup includes a list of 12 Free & Handy jQuery Plugins for April 2015 which we feel are the most useful, most innovative and most time-saving solutions to many of the modern design and development issues you may have.

1. animatedModal

animatedModal

animatedModal.js is a jQuery plugin to create a fullscreen modal with CSS3 transitions. You can use the transitions from animate.css or create your own transitions.

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15 Great & Newest jQuery Plugins for Developers

If you are a jQuery lover and are looking for some useful and handy jQuery plugins then you are at right place. As jQuery plugins help you to add animations, functions, image galleries and many other features that help your visitors to your site to navigate and access your websites easer.

In this roundup I’ve have chosen some of the best jQuery Plugins that been released recently for our awesome jQuery developer community.

1. Flickity

flickity

The Flickity plugin makes galleries, sliders, & carousels that feel lively and effortless.

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The Best HandPicked Goodies of 2014: JavaScript & jQuery Plugins Edition

This is the first of my end of year round up of my monthly featured HandPicked Goodies for Designers & Developers, today’s post will be focusing  on all the great fantastic JavaScript & jQuery Plugins that been released through this year. Please note that not every JavaScript & jQuery Plugins that got featured on this blog will be featured as the list is huge anyway and for your ease of reading i will be splitting the best of the JavaScript & jQuery Plugins into months… so lets start.

January

Gulp.js

gulp

Gulp.js is a streaming build system that use a streams and code-over-configuration to make for a simpler and more intuitive build. By preferring code over configuration, Gulp keeps the simple things simple and makes complex tasks manageable.

By harnessing the power of node’s streams you can get fast builds that you don’t need to write intermediary files to disk. Gulp’s strict plugin guidelines assure plugins stay simple and work the way you expect. With a minimal API surface, you can pick up gulp in no time. Your build works just like you envision it: a series of streaming pipes.

 

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RWD Roundup #1: jQuery Plugins for Navigations, Menus, Tabs etc

This is hopefully the first part (let’s say it’s in Beta!) of many great resources for those who are looking to start building or refreshing a responsive website. As we all know that in the modern web design era that responsive design has become of the favourite for many designers and developers as everyone want their website to run on many devices to grab more exposure.

Today for the first round-up of responsive resources are for those who want to create beautiful navigation systems, menus and tabs that been build for jQuery which is being used on over 49 million websites. These following jQuery Plugins have been chosen due ti its ease of use, easy to implement and that will help your website look more visually stunning on every devices.

1. Responsive Tabbed Navigation

Responsive-Tabbed-Navigation

Tabbed navigations are very useful when you need to organise a considerable amount of side content, It’s a very common use of tabs that you can find in a product page such as information like delivery options, product material info etc while another use of tabs are in dashboards, where users need a quick way to switch from one panel to the other.

The code behind this snippet is very straightforward as its been based on mostly CSS, plus a bit of jQuery that helps animate content height. The interesting point is the way we handled the user experience on small devices: in order to allow users to have as many buttons as they want, Codyhouse decided to let the navigation scroll horizontally on small devices, instead of hiding it completely or firing a drop-down menu.

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