structured-filter is a generic Web UI for building structured search or filter queries. With it you can build structured search queries like "Contacts where Firstname starts with 'A' and Birthday after 1/1/1980 and State in (CA, NY, FL)"... It is a full jQuery UI widget, supporting various configurations and themes.
MenuItems is a dynamic jQuery menu plugin that lets you create beautiful and responsive navigation widgets.
evol.colorpicker is a web color picker which looks like the one in Microsoft Office 2010. It can be used inline or as a popup binded to a text box.
It is a full jQuery UI widget, supporting various configurations and themes.
Editable Listview is a jQuery Mobile Listview Widget that features an intuitive UI to allow insertion of new list items and removal of existing ones.
ScrollStory is a jQuery UI widget for building simple, scroll-based pages and interactions.
Key features include:
Zino UI is jQuery based, WAI-ARIA compatible, user interface framework consist of 25+ different components. Cross-platform user interface framework for you Web & Enterprise applications. It's free to use for your personal or non-profit website projects.
jqTree is a jQuery tree plugin with many options and functions. Also it has drag & drop support for tree nodes.
Yunero is a new jQuery plugin that creates a widget on your website to display video feed for YouTube channel uploads or custom playlist .
Just specify your youtube channel URL and this widget will display the recent uploads from your channel. You may also specify your youtube playlist URL and video feeds from your playlist will be displayed. A subscription box for you is also shown to attract social people.
Facio is a jQuery plugin that will have the recent feeds of your Facebook fan page and will also display what other people are talking about it. A like box for the fan page is also displayed in the widget. Just include this plugin, specify your fan page URL and expose social content of your fan page on your website.
A jQuery powered, lightweight Github widget that displays your user information and most recent repos for the world to see.
Using the GitHub widget is super simple, you just need to include the script after the core jQuery library and then set it up in the following way within the
<head> of your page and tell it which element on the page you want the widget to appended to.
In this tutorial, you are going to create a mini help system with jQuery. This will be a small widget which will display help text or a guide to users of your web application. The widget content is going to be searchable in real time, and all matching terms will be highlighted.