A nice article about building up an easily customizable HTML5
<video> player, including packaging it as a simple jQuery plugin, choosing control types and outputting custom CSS for your own situation.
In this article you will look at
Acorn Media Player is a HTML5 media player with a focus on accessibility and customization.
Slippry is responsive slider plugin for jQuery.
Slippry is written to work on the latest jQuery functions, CSS3 tricks and HTML5 elements. Slippry offers a heap of settings you actually need, and with the included CSS and Sass you can make Slippry look just how you need it.
FerroMenu is a free jQuery plugin that allows you to create animatable, responsive, user and mobile friendly bubble menus in a cool way and drag them through the screen.
With sevaral options you can customize the behaviuor of FerroMenu. It can be dragged around the screen, or you can set the transition time, delay and easing.
rainyday.js is a simple script for simulating raindrops falling on a window.
jQuery EasyUI framework help you build your web page easily.
FerroSlider is a free, simple, powerful, responsive and customizable jQuery sliding plugin powered by HTML5 and CSS3.
Organize any type of content, such as images, text, pages, lists and so on. You can use it as a sliding gallery or as slider for a one-page-website.
S Gallery makes use of HTML5's FullScreen API, and relies heavily on CSS3 animations goodness and CSS3 transforms, so it will work only in browsers that support these features.
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.
Pronto is a simple way to harness the speed increases that HTML5's
pushState() can provide on nearly any site imaginable. Using a "partial page load" technique, Pronto reduces the over all server load and font-end render time by only updating pieces of a page instead of the entire document.
least.js is a random & responsive HTML 5, CSS3 gallery with lazyLoad. Installation and usage is simple, and the end result is quite beautiful.
jQuery.ulSlide is just another slider/carousel that supports Slide, Fade, HTML5 Rotate, HTML5 Scale and Carousel effects. It is flexible and very simple to use.
Any HTML can be used as slide content (not only images). Also the plugin supports pre-loading, lazy-loading and ajax-loading.
If the mousewheel plugin has been included on the page then the slider will also respond to the mouse wheel.
SuperBox works wonders as a static image gallery, which you can click to reveal a full version of the image.
Nice tutorial from Smashing Magazine about "Creating an Animated bar Graph with CSS And jQuery".
What this tutorial is making?