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jQuery Plugins Tagged ‘masonry layout’

Macy.js – Lightweight JavaScript Masonry Layout Library

August 16, 2017     881     Grid & Layout
Macy.js – Lightweight JavaScript Masonry Layout Library

Macy.js is a lightweight, dependency-free, 4kb masonry layout library, designed for a hassle-free configuration.

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Inspiration for Grid Loading Animations

April 11, 2017     1604     Animation Grid & Layout
Inspiration for Grid Loading Animations

A set of grid loading animations for your inspiration. The idea is to show grid items with an interesting effect once they are loaded.

Masonry for the grid layout and anime.js for the animations used in this tutorial.

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Muuri – Responsive, Sortable, Filterable and Draggable Grid Layouts

January 03, 2017     4029     Drag & Drop Grid & Layout
Muuri – Responsive, Sortable, Filterable and Draggable Grid Layouts

Muuri creates responsive, sortable, filterable and draggable grid layouts with lots of features in one library. Comparing to what's out there Muuri is a combination of Packery, Masonry, Isotope and jQuery UI sortable.

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Bricklayer – Lightweight Cascading Grid Layout Library

April 20, 2016     2891     Grid & Layout
Bricklayer – Lightweight Cascading Grid Layout Library

Bricklayer is a lightweight and independent cascading grid layout library. Inspired by and a lighter alternative to Masonry.

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Bricks.js – Javascript Masonry Layout Generator

February 18, 2016     7138     Grid & Layout
Bricks.js – Javascript Masonry Layout Generator

Bricks.js is a blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements by using javascript.

Features:

  • No required HTML markup or CSS stylesheet
  • Minimal, powerful, and readable configuration
  • Optional resize handling
  • Optimized handling of dynamically added items

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jQuery Masonry – Dynamic Layout Plugin for jQuery

August 01, 2012     4885     Grid & Layout
jQuery Masonry – Dynamic Layout Plugin for jQuery

Masonry is a dynamic grid layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip-side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically, positioning each element in the next open spot in the grid.

The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.

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