Today we are giving you a roundup of what we think the top jQuery parsing XML tutorials/plugins that you may find useful if you work with XML. Enjoy!
1. XML Driven Vertical News Scroller Script Using jQuery vScroller
Adding scrolling content to your website or blog makes much sense – it allows you display latest news, promotions, product updates, announcements, upcoming events, calendar items and much more in a limited space.
2. XML Banner Fader in jQuery
3. XML-to-JSON Convertor and Remapper with jQuery
A jQuery plugin for converting data from XML to JSON format. However its real power lies in its ability to also remap data to a different structure.
4. Uber-customsiable Video Carousel with jQuery
An XML file controls all behavioral and visual aspects of the carousel, though default settings can be overridden at the point of instantiation.
5. MapIt-Lite a Customizable Google Map in jQuery
A customizable Google map designed to make work with your locations a breeze.
> One click map locator
> Easy to use XML file
> Customizable jQuery themes
> Clean, simple, organized map locators
> Support and much more…
6. jQuery Multi-level Photo Map
A multi-level map based image gallery makes it possible to show images related to their location. The first level indicates the location of the places where each one has a set of images, and the second level shows each single image and its location.
7. HTML5 File Uploads with jQuery
Upload Center, that will allow people to upload photos from their computers by dragging and dropping them onto the browser window, possible with the new HTML5 APIs exposed by modern browsers.
8. XML Tree with jQuery
XMLTree is a utility for visualizing and traversing XML in tree format. Callback functions can be specified to fire as you traverse the tree, to which are automatically passed the node you clicked, and its XPath.
10. BIGrid a Fixed Rows & Fixed Columns table in jQuery
Designed to present your data, especially in the reports for enterprises. The idea comes from the BI system I produced months ago. It would be able to edit data easily, drill down to details easily and AJAX enabled.
Sam Deering has 15+ years of programming and website development experience. He was a website consultant at Console, ABC News, Flight Centre, Sapient Nitro, and the QLD Government and runs a tech blog with over 1 million views per month. Currently, Sam is the Founder of Crypto News, Australia.