Fixit jQuery plugin can be used to fix the element at a certain position when the webpage is scrolled and the element is to be hidden, so that the element stay visible on the webpage.
t-scroll is a modern reveal-on-scroll library with useful options and animations.
The scroll monitor allows you to receive events when elements enter or exit a viewport. It does this using watcher objects, which watch an element and trigger events.
A decorative website background effect where SVG shapes are morphing and transforming on scroll.
The animations are powered by anime.js
Paroller.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin that enables parallax scrolling effect.
Glues your website's sidebars (or any vertical column for that matter), making them permanently visible when scrolling up and down. Useful when a sidebar is too tall or too short compared to the rest of the content.
Noob Scroll is a lightweight jQuery Plugin that adds some cool function to make scrolling more fun.
Stickybits is a lightweight alternative to
position: sticky polyfills that works perfectly for things like sticky headers.
The Scroll Behavior specification has been introduced as an extension of the Window interface to allow for the developer to opt in to native smooth scrolling.
In this tutorial you will find out how to create a sticky navigation bar that remains fixed to the top after scroll by using CSS and jQuery.
PrognRoll is a tiny jQuery plugin that creates scroll progress bar on the page. You can also customize the progress bar.
It has different easing functions and tries to use CSS-Transitions to animate elements.