WebGazer.js is an eye tracking library that uses common webcams to infer the eye-gaze locations of web visitors on a page in real time.
Trial.js is a simple library to monitor mouse position and predict user input.
Toast is a jQuery plugin to show highly customizable notifications to the user.
grafi.js is a library intended for learning about how image processing works. Each modules are intentionally kept small and users are encouraged to read the source code to learn about different methods and algorithms.
Prism is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind.
CSSX doesn't inline styles so you keep your markup clean. It works directly with injected stylesheets.
Cash is a small library for modern browsers that provides jQuery style syntax to wrap modern Vanilla JS features.
Atrament is a lightweight library that enables the user to draw smooth, natural drawings and handwriting on the HTML canvas.
Rater.js is a highly customizable rating widget that supports images, utf8 glyphs and other html elements.
jQuery Smartify loads images, calls Ajax, plays with css classes in on demand, while element is/or becoming visible in device Viewport. It's replacement of jQuery Lazyload.