When we say its a big library it indicates that it is a sift through everything that is released and find the gems that are absolute must-haves. This is why we make collection of really helpful latest best jQuery plugins that if applied with good measure can make your web projects genuinely easy.
Its the first week of March and as scheduled we are here with a list of best jQuery plugins of the moth gone by. Be it a monthly or weekly listicle, we never fall short of useful jQuery plugins as we all know jQuery developer community comprises of hardworking and talented group of people that seem to constantly leave us all amazed.
Before hitting a jump how about checking out the list of 40+ Best jQuery Plugins of January 2014? Now, any further adieu lets begin. Enjoy the joyride.
30 Best jQuery Plugins of February 2014
Password Peekaboo is a jQuery plugin developed by Ian J. MacIntosh to temporarily expose the contents of a password field.
Selectonic is a jQuery-plugin that is developed by Alexey Novichkov to help users make list of items selectable by mouse and keyboard.
Andrei Pit has developed a jQuery plugin to help users in making sudoku interfaces with ease. Customizing and creating sudoku layouts for playing or presentations becomes easy with this plugin.
Sephone Interactive Media has come up with a plugin named Bill Address. It is a jQuery plugin that copies one address to another like for billing and physical addresses that too without any fuss.
jQuery Repeatable by Andrew Fedoniouk is a ‘template-less’ plugin that is developed for populating lists and tables population by data arrays.
Immobilis is a plugin developed Boris Damevin with the aim to let users place their content blocks on top or bottom of the page to scroll without putting in extra efforts.
Its a small library for routing, views and controllers in Single Page Applications and in 75 lines of code for their projects. The plugin is developed by Developed by Andrew Fedoniouk.
8. Doc Collapse
Brainchild of Brian Conn, Doc Collapse is a plugin that is developed to enable users create a collapsible menu that is used best for documentation.
10. jQuery Gravatar
Gravatar widget by Emiliano Zilocchi is a standard jQuery Plugin that helps users get and display gravatar profile information easily.
gifplayer developed by Ruben Torres is a customizable jQuery plugin that enables users to play and stop animated gifs.
Gridify by Pierre Tasci is an evenly spaced image grid creating plugin that enables users to create a beautifully spaced grid of images anywhere on their web page
Developed by Mark Serbol, Flip-Quote plugin lets user create quote from a text quote to be found in the document and flips to reveal the quote once it’s scrolled into view.
Ryosuke Otsuya developed a plugin named Google Anaitycs Outbound Link Tracker. It is a plugin that helps in tracking outbound links with Google Analytics new tracking code and Universal Analytics.
15. jQuery Wanker
Mig Reyes has come up with a helpful jQuery plugin named Wanker. It helps in discouraging excessive browser resizing and emphasizing a focus on good content.
form autofill is a jQuery plugin by Creative Area that is developed to help user in simply autofilling an empty form with data.
17. Simple Slideshow
Simple Slideshow by Chris Backhouse is a jQuery plugin that helps in creating a slideshow in the background of DIV.
Ajax File Uploader by Daniel Morales is a plugin for ajax file uploading with file progress bar and drag and drop.
David J. Bradshaw is a simple jQuery plugin that helps users keep HTML Image Maps scaled to the size of an image.
Bruno Migliaretti has come up with a cool jQuery plugin named Mb Comingsoon Time Counter that is an animated responsive Coming Soon time counter. What it does is that it dynamically loads a subset of “Open Sans Condensed” Google Font (bold style).
Ilya Makarov is a jQuery named Remodal. This is a flat, responsive, lightweight, and easily customizable modal window plugin that has a cool feature which is a declarative state notation and hash tracking.
Full Screen Nav by Damon Bauer is a jQuery plugin that helps in transforming a standard navigation list into full screen overlay.
Dynamic Drive is a jQuery plugin that helps in supporting multi-level drop down menu for the ease of users.
Page Sideview Menu by Dynamic Drive is developed to display menu prominently on the page with the help of css3 transforms and transitions for users to make optimum use of it.
Page2images Visual Link SuzhouKada is a cool jQuery plugin that lets users to visualize links of their website by simply click on it.
Fabio Quarantini has come up with a jQuery plugin and named it FormChimp. It is an easily customizable MailChimp ajax plugin for jQuery that promises ease for users to sign up to their MailChimp list.
Nathan Stazewski has created this plugin named rt Responsive Tables. This helps users in making tables responsive dynamically. It helps in detecting when the table no longer can fit in its container and what it does is it displays the table vertically.
Ian de Vries, Multi-Screen jQuery plugin helps turn a single page into a collection of different screens with animated navigation.
29. Center In
William Silversmith developed a plugin named ‘Center In’ that promises to center the element within another element with fine control over orientation and offset.
30. jQuery Museum
Murat Ayfer has developed a plugin named jQuery Museum which is a single-file, minimalist a zero-clutter jQuery image gallery that is quite responsive and user-friendly.
What’s your take on the above listed best jQuery plugins? Are these worth being part of the list? Have any other plugin worth sharing? Answer these questions by dropping in the comment below. We would love to hear your say!