10 Really Popular jQuery Plugins

Sam Deering

In this post we are sharing you a roundup of 10 really jQuery plugins as of today. Pretty cool plugins you would love incorporating into your webpage! Really worth to check out and try. Have fun!

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1. Pep

It was built out of a need for kinetic drag support for both mobile and desktop devices (click & drag). It uses the best of jQuery’s animate functions along with CSS3 animations to bring full-blown kinetic drag that works on all HTML5-ready devices.


Pep

Source + Demo

2. Presenteer.js

A flexible HTML5 presentation tool that uses CSS3 transforms and transitions to make smooth presentations.


Presenteer.js

Source + Demo

3. TouchTouch

Turn a collection of photos on a webpage into a touch-friendly mobile gallery.


TouchTouch

Source Demo

4. Real Shadow

A plugin that casts photorealistic shadows. It works in any browser supporting CSS box-shadow property.


Real Shadow

Source + Demo

5. pow.js

Algorithmic sunburst generator via CSS and canvas.


pow.js

Source + Demo

6. Pivot.js

Is a simple way to summarize large data sets on the fly.


Pivot.js

Source + Demo

7. Storage.js v1.6.2

Simple HTML5 page edits. Storage.js uses the new HTML5 content editable attribute and localStorage to bring you HTML5 awesomeness.


Storage.js

Source + Demo

8. Lake.js

Takes an image element and inserts a canvas element displaying the image and its flipped reflection directly after the image element.


Lake.js

Source + Demo

9. HoverDir

Create a direction-aware hover effect using CSS3 and jQuery. The idea is to slide in an overlay from the direction we are moving with the mouse.


HoverDir

Source Demo

10. Scroll Depth

Keep an eye on how far down the page a user has scrolled and then reports data back to Google Analytics using the GA Events API. The default behavior reports on the 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% scroll marks.


Scroll Depth

Source + Demo

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