In this post you can find tutorials which explain step by step different API use cases with jQuery like Google maps, add-ons, etc. Have fun!
1. tQuery : Extentions for three.js + jQuery with Demo
Mimics jQuery API, tQuery is a thin library on top of three.js It is an extension system for people to write plugins.
2. Webshims Lib
Is a modular capability-based polyfill-loading library, which focuses on accurate implementations of stable HTML5 features.
3. Address Picker: Display Real Time Map Location in jQuery
Is a jQuery plugin with autocomplete and location on map features. It displays map for the selected address, even while you navigate in autocomplete suggestions.
4. Knockout a Dynamic jQuery UI
by applying the Model-View-View Model(MVVM) pattern. Easily associate DOM elements with model data using a concise, readable syntax.
5. Embellishing Your Google Map with CSS3 and jQuery
A technique to spice up the “Places to shop and eat” map on Vegan Melbourne, using a combination of the Google Maps API, jQuery animation, and some newer CSS effects.
6. jQuery FeedFetcher
A jQuery plugin that aggregates and embeds feed(s) from Facebook users, applications, and fan pages as well as tweets from given users and/or mentioning given users.
7. jQuery Lifestream – Create a stream of your online activity
Is a plugin that allows you to create a stream of your online activity. It supports a multitude of services.
8. bMap jQuery plugin
Allows you to quickly and easily add mapping to your website. It has been designed from the beginning to handle lots of markers, lots of layers, and custom marker icons.
9. zWeatherFeed – Yahoo! Weather plugin for jQuery
This plugin will read the current weather for a location using Yahoo! Weather. It produces structured HTML with in-built CSS classes for styling. Simple and easy to use.
10. jFlickrFeed Plugin
Is a jQuery plugin that makes it easy to pull Flickr feeds and display them on your site.