A flat and responsive calendar made with jQuery. Initiated with a jQuery function or with HTML code.
CLNDR is a jQuery plugin for creating calendars. Unlike most calendar plugins, this one doesn't generate markup. Instead you provide an HTML template and in return CLNDR gives you a wealth of data to use within it. CLNDR is free of opinions about markup and style.
jQuery idleTimer Plugin fires a custom event when the user is "idle". Idle is defined by not...
tidyTime.js is a jQuery plugin, that provides a more friendly way of displaying time updates to users.
tidyTime.js takes any regular time and changes it into more human friendly dialogue such as "It's just gone noon. It's quarter past 8 in the evening, it's nearly half past 4 in the afternoon, it's just gone 25 to 6" and more.
Ion.Calendar is a jQuery calendar and datepicker, based on powerful library to work with time Moment.js
Nice tutorial about How to Make a Digital Clock with jQuery and CSS3. Soon functionality for setting alarms and playing them back with HTML5 audio ll be add.
FlipClock.js is a jQuery plugin with CSS3 animations to add counter, timer and clock with smooth flip effect.
timeTo is an easy-to-use and customizable jQuery plugin for creating countdown timers or digital clocks with a lot of options and callback support.
Date picker and date range selector with scrollable months instead of paged.
jQuery plugin to show your Google Calendar events on your web-site.
Simple jQuery Date and time picker plugin. It supports localization, date formats has some options to customize. Also there is fade animation on changing months.
jqtimeline is an easy to use, customizable jQuery plugin to create a timeline for a set events.
jQuery Mobile Date Navigation plugin provides a navigation between date range, either by a defined range (week, month and year). Ideal for querying information accurately by AJAX calls.
Minical is a tiny datepicker plugin, with no dependencies other than its icon PNG and stylesheet (which has SASS variables for easy customization).
It has full keyboard support and also defaults to make the associated input read-only, so its value can only be changed by the date format specified in the plugin. It also works great in iOS, with just enough touch event handling to behave properly.