Twitter Bootstrap - the popular front end framework for building websites and apps. It favors simple, responsive design, and comes bundled with a sensible default stylesheet, a number of useful jQuery plugins and an icon set. Although it doesn’t come with much else, Bootstrap is very extensible.
In this article, you will find a collection of 50 must-have plugins you should know about for effective development with the framework.
Bootstrap MaxLength plugin integrates by default with Twitter Bootstrap using badges to display the maximum lenght of the field where the user is inserting text. This plugin uses the HTML5 attribute "maxlength" to work.
The indicator badge show up on focusing on the element, and disappear when the focus is lost.
This tiny (5KB) jQuery bootstrap plugin turns any
div into a WYSIWYG rich-content editor. Here are the key features:
Alpaca is the Easy Forms Engine for jQuery / Bootstrap. It is built around JSON schema to keep things simple. Using Alpaca, you can express your forms object model, types, properties and validation logic.
Alpaca comes pre-configured to work nicely with the following web frameworks:
jQuery Sortable is a flexible, opinionated sorting plugin. It enables items in a list (or table etc.) to be sorted horizontally and vertically using the mouse. Supports nested lists and pure drag/drop containers.