jQuery plugins have seen immense growth in number as with each passing day we see more and more of them joining the queue. To ease the task of designers and developers we select the best ones and make sure to share them with you all. Each week, we list down best jQuery plugins and we are here once again with the latest best jQuery plugins for you all to check out and use them in your various projects.
From Expandable Ajax List to jQuery Comparison, keep Form Data and many more, the list includes latest jQuery plugins worth trying out.
Best jQuery Plugins of the Week
Developed by Arturo Simon, scroll2Top is a customizable plugin that helps in scrolling back to top of page.
Developed by Daniel Ostapenko, this is a plugin that helps in expanding the jQuery list on getting responses by ajax requests. It ensures to disappear list items according to the refresh ajax request and updates only new list.
This is a simple slider originally created for pdf files but can be used for any content.
This jQuery plugin is developed with the aim to help users in comparing images before and after.
Developed by Alexandr Borisov, jQuery-keepFormData lets users restore the values of the form’s fields, the state of checkboxes, radio buttons and select elements that are entered after reloading the page.
Developed by Eric Steinborn, ListNav is a plugin that lets users add a slick letter-based navigation bar to various lists.
Developed by Dustin Poissant, this is a jQuery Plugin that helps create a widget that allows users to select a number. Number can have a minimum or maximum buttons. “+” and “-” buttons that are used as controls along with keyboard input.
ScrollMagic is a jQuery plugin that lets users use the scrollbar like a progress bar. It lets you do the infinite scrolling, adding a parallax effect, synchronize an animation to the scrollbar movement, pin elements to specific scroll positions and much more.
Developed by Rafael Huisman, Relative Slider is a jQuery plugin that helps calculate the relative worth of individual sliders relative to the total selected value.
Developed by Rhyzz, Repeatable Fields is a jQuery plugin that let’s users create a set of fields that can be made to repeat.
The name itself says what it does, here is a short explanation by the developer Sudhanshu Yadav. Pattern Lock is a light weight plugin that helps simulate android like pattern lock mechanism for hybrid application or for a website.
Do let us know of any such plugin you know about. Also, let us know what do you think of the above listed best jQuery plugins. Have your tried out any of these? If yes, drop in your reviews.