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The Ultimate jQuery List

The Ultimate jQuery List

Jeditable - Edit In Place Plugin For jQuery Hi! My name is Jeditable and I am inplace editor plugin for jQuery. With few lines of JavaScript code I allow you to click and edit the content of different html elements. How does in place editing work? Normal flow is this. Basic usage While reading you might also want to check live demo. <div class="edit" id="div_1">Dolor</div><div class="edit_area" id="div_2">Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. There is only one mandatory parameter. Code above does several things: Elements with class edit become editable. Not bad for oneliner, huh? Elements with class edit_area will use textarea as input. These two examples cover most of needs you usually have. What is sent to server? When submitting change following data will be POST:ed to server: id=elements_id&value=user_edited_content In some cases you might want to change default parameter names. you need to add two parameters: But wait! Demo

10 jQuery RSS/XML Plugins and Tutorials 10 Awesome RSS and XML Plugins and tutorials to help you get your feeds up and running on your web page or blog in no time at all! Learn more about RSS feeding and XML/XSLT, check out some tutorials below! Related posts: 1. jQuery Ajax Call and Result XML Parsing I have found jQuery to be one of the most powerful JavaScript libraries out there at the minute. Source 2. This is a jQuery Plugin for Google’s AJAXSLT. Source 3. jQuery Google Feed Plugin Google Feed Plugin is a pretty cool thing as it facilitates feed mashups by providing the server component. Source 4. jQuery Taconite – Multiple DOM Updates The jQuery Taconite Plugin allows you to easily make multiple DOM updates using the results of a single AJAX call. Source 5. jQuery XSL Transform A jQuery wrapper for Sarissa, providing the ability to replace any element on the fly (using the browser’s built-in XSLT engine) with the results from an XSLT transformation of an XML document. Source 6. Source 7. jQuery: RSS Feed Rotator Source 8. Source 9.

List of Really Useful Plugins For jQuery Developers jQuery – The “write less, do more” JavaScript library is great for rapid web development. New components, tools and applications are literally popping up on daily basis. Numerous plugins are also available to help jQuery developers. Following list of jQuery plugins is different from other lists which usually features UI components . PeriodicalUpdater Adds ability to loads content at specified intervals, and if the content being pulled doesn’t change, it gradually increases interval to saves bandwidth and reduce the CPU usage on the client’s machine.BlockUI Lets you simulate synchronous behavior when using AJAX, it will prevent user activity with the page (or part of the page) until it is deactivated. Animation & Effects Charts & Graphs jqPlot Pure JavaScript plotting plugin for creating client side charts and graphsGoogle Charts Wrapper for Google API charts. Design Files Fonts Forms iPhone Flick Adds Apple iPod/iPhone (firmware 2.0+) flick/scroll functionality to jQuery. Maps Mouse

Video+html5+Popcorn.js=hyper-video You may have seen that Brett Gaylor is joining Mozilla (see also Mark Surman's post). For those who don't know Brett, he's particularly famous for his "Open Source documentary" Rip! A remix Manifesto[1]. One may ask why Mozilla has hired a film director[2], but it actually makes a lot of sense thanks to Mozilla Drumbeat, as Brett is working on a Drumbeat project called Web made movies. Now Brett has been a Mozilla community member for quite some time, contributing with the good folks at CDOT / Seneca College to create popcorn.js, "a JavaScript library for merging video with semantic data". location. Go and see for yourself the PopCorn.js demo (in case you're stuck with an older browser that is not capable of running the demo, here is a video of the demo).

jQuery Before/After Plugin About a month ago I was reading the New York Times online and they had an article which showed a road in Brooklyn that had been reconstructed to make it safer and more pleasing to the eye. To show the difference in the reconstruction project, they showed a before and after picture using Flash that let the visitor drag a slider over the images, which were sandwiched with one on top of the other, so that you could easily see how dramatic the changes were. I immediately thought that this could be done in JavaScript using jQuery, so I set out to do it. Pretty slick no? Download Go to the Before/After download page What’s So Great About this Plugin? Slick effect, no Flash neededIt’s just 7K (4K compressed)Reusable on multiple containersDegradable. How to Use First, your before and after images must be the same size. All images *MUST* have the width and height declared otherwise the plugin won’t work in Safari, Chrome, and any other webkit-based browsers. That’s it! Options Enjoy! Demos Related

qTip2 - Pretty powerful tooltips jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library Publish/Subscribe with jQuery Custom Events – Publish/Subscribe with jQuery Custom Events – Bocoup Web Log The Publish Subscribe or pub/sub pattern is used to logically decouple object(s) that generate an event, and object(s) that act on it. It is a useful pattern for object oriented development in general and especially useful when developing asynchronous Javascript applications. This post explores its implementation in jQuery. The Dojo javascript framework provides an explicit topic-based mechanism for “publishing” and “subscribing” to events. Peter Higgins, Dojo’s author, has also written a jQuery plugin that replicates this functionality. jQuery custom events provide a built in means to use the publish subscribe pattern in a way that is functionally equivalent, and syntactically very similar, to Higgin’s pub/sub plugin: Just bind observers to document. $(document).bind("eventType", function() { alert(" I <3 Fanny"}); var obj = new MyObject(); $(obj).trigger("eventType"); // nothing obj.ownerDocument = document; $(obj).trigger("eventType"); // I <3 Fanny!

JQuery Plugins | jquery plugins Here we developed several frequently-used jquery ui plugins. They are all free (open source LGPL license), easy to use, and with great functionalities. Hope you can enjoy them. You may see them all in action JQuery Event Calendar Plugin jquery event calendar wdCalendar is a jquery based google calendar clone. Day/week/month view provided.create/update/remove events by drag & drop.Easy way to integrate with database.All day event/more days event provided. See it in action | Check documentation | download JQuery Scroll Tab Plugin jquery scroll tab wdScrollTab is a tab panel which has ability to scroll for tabs that do not fit on the page. croll tab in case of too many tabs.dynamical/remove javascript API See it in action | Check documentation | download JQuery Checkbox Tree Plugin jquery checkbox tree wdTree is lightweight jQuery plugin for present tree with nested check boxes. parents/children checkinglazy load from database configurable node attributes JQuery Date Picker Plugin

AutoSuggest: An AJAX auto-complete text field : CSS . XHTML . Javascript . DOM, Development : Brand Spanking New kk said Jeffrey Ropp said Nicely done. For some reason, my results dont appear within a scroll area? I copied most of your CSS and still can't get it to work. I've also found that my results aren't always qualified by the first character provided. Try an "S" first. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Thanks, Jeff Robert said Very interesting. peter said Hi, is it possible to submit the form after clicking on some of the results? Josh said I tried that, I can't seem to get it to respond right. in order for the dropdown to be clickable you must change the code above from: this.fld.addEventListener('blur',function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() },false); to this.fld.addEventListener('blur',function () { setTimeout(function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() }, 300) },false); I figured out how to make the autosuggest show on when focused and clear when the field loses focus. replace line 24: this.toID = setTimeout(function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() }, this.oP.timeout); with return element; } Enjoy

Adipoli jQuery Image Hover Effects How To Use Enabling image hover effect is very simple. Place the below references inside your head tag. If you need image hover on an image with id ‘image1′, call adipoli plugin like this: <script> $('#image1').adipoli(); </script> Adding Options: Available Options startEffect : Default style of imagehoverEffect : Image style on mouse overimageOpacity : opacity of image considered when start effect is transparent or overlayanimSpeed : Animation speed for the effectfillColor : Overlay colortextColor : Text ColoroverlayText : Default HTML to be displayed on overlayslices : Number of slices for slice animationsboxCols : Number of boxes in a row for box animationsboxRows : Number of rows for box animationspopOutMargin : Margin of Image popoutpopOutShadow : Shadow length of popout image. Start Effects: transparentnormaloverlaygrayscale Hover Effects: Change Log Version 2.0 Added grayscale startEffectMoved code to github Do you want to know

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