A few examples of the page transitions available in jQuery Mobile. Use the back button (after you've seen a transition) to see how jQuery Mobile automatically applies the animation in the reverse for the "out" animation.
TouchPoint is highly customizable, mobile ready and great for screencasting, screen recording, user testing and presentations.
Reponsive multi level menu navigation that has been optimized for mobile devices using HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery.
Simple Lightbox is a touch-friendly image lightbox for mobile and desktop with jQuery.
A simple tutorial which will help to share articles from the webpage to WhatsApp using jQuery.
Power List Menu is a mobile centric, mult-level menu that magically transforms a nested UL into a series of slide-in panels that occupy no more space than the top level UL itself.
It's ideal on mobile devices where the playground for drop down or flyout menus is limited. The menu supports lazy loading via Ajax of either a child or parent menu, so a portion of the menu can be downloaded only when requested.
Slideout.js is a touch slideout navigation menu for your mobile web apps.
jQuery touchSwipe Carousel/Slider plugin is required for detecting swipe events on on touch input devices and falling back to mouse 'drags' on the desktop.
A tutorial about creating Multilevel Toggle (accordion) Responsive Navigation Menu using jQuery.
The multi-toggle responsive navigation on smaller screens is similar to nested accordions, the user touches primary level parent item to reveal list under it and when the screen is big enough vertical toggle menu changes to horizontal drop down navigation.
Slider Pro is a modular, responsive and touch-enabled jQuery slider plugin that enables you to create elegant and professionally looking sliders.
ItemSlide.js is a jQuery plugin for a touch enabled carousel that works both on desktop and mobile.
Elastic Slider is a photo slider that is working on desktop and mobile browsers.
Bellows is a responsive, mobile-first accordion UI module for progressive disclosure on the web. Also Bellows supports jQuery.