Swiper is the free and ultra lightweight mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions (where supported) and amazing native behavior. It is intended to use in mobile websites, mobile web apps, and mobile native apps.
Designed mostly for iOS, but also works great on Android, Windows Phone 8 and modern Desktop browsers.
Side Toggle Menu lets you add a side bar menu to your page that slides in from the left or right edge of the browser window. It supports two types of unveiling- either by nudging the rest of the page and making room for itself, or overlaying the page.
CSS3 transitions are used to power the animation, ensuring a smooth visual experience even on low powered mobile devices. And speaking of mobile devices, the menus are adaptive in that it automatically switches to a basic drop down menu using a toggle button at the top of the page when the user's device width is 480px or less.
Excolo Slider is simple responsive, touch enabled jQuery slider.
A simple, horizontal slide out menu with a grid-like thumbnail layout for the submenu. The menu slides out from the top when a main menu item is clicked and the sub-items fade in. When clicking on another item, the height of the submenu will adjust and the content will fade in and out while switching.
Some media query examples show how to make the menu responsive and change the view to a touch-friendly vertically stacked navigation.
mmenu is a jQuery plugin for creating slick, app look-alike sliding menus for you mobile website or responsive website.
Flip is jQuery/jQuery mobile plugin to give Flipboard app like effect. Flip effect uses css 3d transform.
Flip effect currently works on WebKit browsers (e.g. Chrome, Safari, including iOS mobile safari) or Firefox 11. It still works with other browsers but the "slide" effect will be selected forecely.
A responsive, touch-friendly and Retina-ready menu with three layouts for different browser sizes.
The menu automatically changes to one of three different layouts depending on the browser window size: a “desktop” inline version, a two columns tablet-optimized version and a mobile version with a menu link to display and hide the navigation for smaller screens. To make the menu fully retina-ready, we will use an icon font so that the icons of the menu won’t get pixelized on resize
Device Agnostic Approach to Complex Site Navigation with Support for Touch and Keyboard Accessibility
A mobile-first example of using media queries and jQuery to make a decent site menu with drop downs. Special attention is paid to touch screens using click events for tap targets.
mSlide is simple and easy to use slider-gallery with touch support.
doubleTapToGo is responsive and touch-friendly dropdown navigation.
The technique consists of three main parts:
jQuery Navobile is a jQuery plugin that makes mobile navigation easy. Navobile uses CSS to apply CSS3 translations, Mobile device detection and fixing the position of nav.
It uses touch events and CSS3 transitions for the best possible performance. It also contains a “clever” workaround that makes it possible to transition from height: 0 to height: auto, which isn’t normally possible with CSS3 transitions.
Swipe is lightweight and accurate touch slider.
Alpaca is the Easy Forms Engine for jQuery / Bootstrap. It is built around JSON schema to keep things simple. Using Alpaca, you can express your forms object model, types, properties and validation logic.
Alpaca comes pre-configured to work nicely with the following web frameworks: