10 Random jQuery Plugins

Sam Deering

In this post you’ll find 10 Random pretty good jQuery Plugins. Hopefully you like them! Some are really worth checking out ;)

1. Select.js

It is a Javascript and CSS library for creating styleable select elements. It aims to reproduce the behavior of native controls as much as is possible, while allowing for complete styling with CSS.

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2. jquery-plugin-circliful

jQuery circle statitic plugin

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3. Tether

It is a javascript library for efficiently making an absolutely positioned element stay next to another element on the page. For example, you might want a tooltip or dialog to open, and remain, next to the relevant item on the page.

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Source + Demo

4. scrollReveal.js

A simple way to create and maintain how elements fade in, triggered when they enter the viewport. An open-source experiment by @JulianLloyd

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5. Creditly.js

Gives you everything you need in order to create a sleek, intuitive credit card form.

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6. highlight.js

Syntax highlighting for the Web

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7. jQuery for Grails

Provides integration for the jQuery library with Grails JavascriptProvider

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8. annyang!

A tiny javascript SpeechRecognition library that lets your users control your site with voice commands.

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9. JointJS

It is a modern HTML 5 JavaScript library for visualization and interaction with diagrams and graphs. It can be used to create either static diagrams or, and more importantly, fully interactive diagramming tools and application builders.

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10. jQuery Address

The jQuery Address plugin provides powerful deep linking capabilities and allows the creation of unique virtual addresses that can point to a website section or an application state.

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Source + Demo

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