Bricklayer is a lightweight and independent cascading grid layout library. Inspired by and a lighter alternative to Masonry.
jColumn is a lightweight jQuery plugin to make selected html elements the same height.
Minigrid is a minimal 2kb zero dependency cascading grid layout. It's responsive and can be animated.
jQDrawBootstrapGrid is a simple jQuery plugin that draws grid columns to a Bootstrap enabled layout.
jMosaic is a lightweight jQuery plugin that can take a list of page elements and arrange them in a beautiful, tight-fitted tile mosaic grid.
IMGRID is a jQuery plugin to select images from grid layouts. It's responsive and has nice layout powered with css.
Justified.js is a jQuery plugin that creates a justified image grid of supplied images. Fill all the spaces! This ineffect creates a elegant image gallery with various sizes of images, where all the images of a row to have the same height.
Gridstack.js is a jQuery plugin for widget layout. This is drag-and-drop multi-column grid. It allows you to build draggable responsive bootstrap v3 friendly layouts. It also works great with knockout.js
Brick By BrickJS is a lightweight jQuery masonry alternative including methods for appending content, prepeneding content, hiding content, showing content, removing content and more...
Gridify is a lightweight jQuery plugin for creating a Pinterest-like grid with image loaded plugin.
Plottable.js is a library for easily creating flexible, interactive, and performant charts for the web. It is built on top of D3 and provides higher-level pieces, like plots, gridlines, and axes. As such, it's easier to quickly build charts.
Gridly is a jQuery plugin to enable dragging and dropping as well as resizing on a grids.
Mason was created to solve a problem with most grid system currently available. Gaps. When using Masonry, Isotope or any of the other grid plugins out there sometimes your grid will contain gaps or ragged edges. Mason was made to fill those gaps in.
Built on the idea of true masonry when a grid is constructed there are bound to be holes, so Mason calculates where those holes are fills them in.