With each passing day lot many cool plugins are rolled out to leave designers amazed with the immense range of the same and problem arises when you have to compare and make your pick. It is for this very reason that we come up with the list of useful and best jQuery plugins each week to help you make your pick. Scrolling down and checking not too long a list of such best jQuery plugins won’t ever make you feel like you have wasted your time. Instead we pick the best of the rest for you all to help you come out of the dilemma as to which one is best suited to do a particular task.
Check out this weeks’ list of best jQuery Plugins. Also, check the previous listicles incase you missed any.
Best jQuery Plugins of the Week
Its a jQuery Tap Event for all devices developed by Sergei Bondarenko. It is developed to ease those who face adaptation of web-based applications for mobile devices knows that the event ‘click’ is triggered with a delay of 300ms.
Balanced Gallery by Ryan Epp is a jQuery plugin that evenly distributes photos across rows or columns making the most of the space provided. Balanced Gallery scales the photos based on the size of the container element by default making it a great choice for responsive websites.
Developed by Dimitris Krestos Tabslet is a jQuery plugin for tabs with extra cool features. The plugin is loaded with features like change tabs on mouse over, use animation effect for tabs’ changing, ability to use either href or alt attribute to target tab, rotation, custom events and lots more.
This plugin by Mickael Maison is developed to select items using the jQueryUI accordion widget.
Developed by Gabriel Izaias, this jQuery plugin transforms URLs in text into HTML elements. This plugin erases the event bindings of the element and its children. It is suggested to use it only on elements that you are sure won’t affect the overall behavior of your application.
infinteScroll by Sergey Glukhov is a simple plugin which makes ajax call to load data on the page and gives some basic callbacks like data loading started or data did loaded.
Developed by Tobias Anhalt, ytLoad is a youtube inspired, simple, lightweight jQuery plugin that lets you visualize ajax progress.
jQuery MyPlaces by somospnt uses Google Maps API (v.3) to help users locate and display a set of determined places on the map.
This jQuery plugin by Jose Vargas is a simple lightweight Photoshop-like color picker developed specifically for designers. Its interface is similar to most users and it loads easily in less than 35 KB to the browser.
10. Harmonize Text
Developed by Kyo Nagashima this jQuery plugin that lets users change font-size of selected elements to harmonize text with their parent element.
11. jQuery uheprnGen
uheprnGen by Ryan McDonough is a jQuery plugin for Ultra High Entropy Pseudo-Random Number generation.
Developed by Andrew Carpenter video lightning is a simple jQuery plugin that turns any element into a lightbox / popover link for Youtube and Vimeo videos. This plugin bootstraps getting those helpful little videos in place.
How furious it is to lose all the data you just entered by clicking on a link or closing the window without pressing Send unintentionally. Confirm on Exit as the name hints is s cool jQuery plugin by Kévin Dunglas which displays a confirmation dialog when the user leaves a web page after filling out a form without having sent.
So, here we come to an end of this weeks’ list of Best jQuery Plugins of the week that is [25th August-31st August]. Do let us know which of the above listicle you found useful and worth downloading.