ResponsifyJS is a jQuery plugin that makes images truly responsive, without sacrificing anyone's face.
responsivelyLazy is a nice lazy loading implementation that is responsive, truly lazy and SEO friendly.
jPicture is a jQuery plugin to load pictures on the right view port. jPicture loads only the most fitting picture out of the picture-versions for the viewport the page is displayed on
HiSRC is a simple jQuery plugin for adaptive images in responsive web design.
A twist on the old school LOWSRC IMG attribute, which would render a lower file size image first while a larger file size image would appears in its place later.
However, if the HiSRC plugin detects fast network or high resolution, then a high resolution image takes the image's place.
Respontent is a jQuery plugin that automatically makes your user generated content responsive.
Imagefit is a simple, lightweight jQuery plugin to make images fit anywhere and anyway.
Data Img is a tiny jQuery plugin to deal with responsive image delivery depending on screen width.
Respify is a simple responsive images library, which parses a image from a set of child span nodes with data-media and data-src attributes. It uses media queries to select images.
picturefill is a responsive images approach that you can use today that mimics the proposed picture element using
spans, for safety sake. Picturefill works best in browsers that support CSS3 media queries
Imager.js is an alternative solution to the issue of how to handle responsive image loading, created by developers at BBC News.
It's simple, which works and which is fast as well as network friendly (only download what you need, when you need it).
Responsive-img.js is a lightweight plugin for fast, clean and easy responsive image replacement using to the viewport your visitor's browser.
This way you can reduce the payload for your users by only letting them download the appropriate images for their device.
Mobify.js is an open source library for improving responsive sites by providing responsive images, JS/CSS optimization, Adaptive Templating and more.
Mobify.js also provides a “Capturing” API for manipulating the DOM before any resources have loaded, giving developers the ability to enable the listed features above without changing any backend markup.
Responsive Img swaps out an image's src attribute based on its container's width when the DOM is ready and when the browser is resized.
Using a PHP file, Responsive Img creates new images on the fly the first time they're needed and puts them on your server.
Responsive Img takes pixel ratio into account and uses larger images for Retina display and displays with other pixel ratios.