Wish I had know about this earlier. While tables aren’t used all the time, they still do have their place — tabular data instances. In those cases, this plugin is great for making tables responsive.
Posts Tagged ‘jQuery Plugins’
We’ve got such a great team at work, and they’re wonderful at finding and sharing the latest web tech and goodies. This one is a jQuery plugin that allows for all kinds of cool scroll animations — which comes with my caveat — use sparingly and tastfully.
Another co-worker shared this, and I can see it coming in handy often for dealing with tabular data. I can think of at least two things on tap it’ll work nicely with.
Meant to post this last week, but must have slipped my mind. I hate any web site that forces a full screen, but if the user had a button to go fullscreen for a given page or web site, that’d be OK in my book.
This will allow for things like fullscreen for video and games — something that HTML alone has lacked when going head-to-head with Flash. It allows allows for a nice reading mode.
This is a neat little jQuery plugin I came across last week. On the surface, it’s pretty simple, and just improves some user interactions. But as you scroll through all the examples, it seems there are a ton of possibilities that are enabled with this plugin.
This is all about efficiency and standards when creating jQuery plugins. Geared toward hardcore developers, this is a good read and/or refresher.
Every time we create new ways to prevent spam form submissions, the bots get smarter. Captchas have been a great combative tool, but they’re defeated by more and more bots. I came across this a few weeks ago. Rather than having to decipher and type in affected characters, words, etc., this one has you draw a shape to continue your form submission. Neat idea.
Using the popular jScrollPane jQuery plugin, this how-to and demo show how to have a toggled scrollbar, replicating the love or hate functionality of OS X lion (and iOS).
A co-worker wanted to scale content. While the post linked below is from 2009 (and updated in 2010), it still works like a charm. Using this plugin, you can animate, rotate and scale.