• Vanilla
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Gridder: A thumbnail grid with expanding preview

A jQuery plugin that displays a thumbnail grid expanding preview similar to the effect seen on Google Images.

Why was this plugin built?

We have all searched images on Google, so you probably noticed the interesting expanding preview when you click on a thumbnail. It’s a very nice effect and practical, allowing you quickly see more details without having to reload a new page. This plugin allows you to recreate a similar effect on a thumbnail grid. The idea is to open a preview when clicking on a thumbnail and to show a larger image and some other content like a title, a description and a link.

  • Vanilla
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MediumLightbox: Zooming functionality for images

Nice and elegant way to add zooming functionality for images, inspired by medium.com

This plugin reproduce exactly the same code that use Medium to add the smooth transition effect clicking over the images, with some improvement.

Key features

Written in pure javascript for better performance, lightweight and simple.

 

Illustration by akselkreis

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Adaptive Backgrounds: Extract color from images and apply to its parent

A simple jQuery plugin to extract the dominant color of an image and apply it to the background of its parent element.

 

Illustration by akselkreis

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Cropper: A simple jQuery image cropping plugin

Cropper is a simple jQuery plugin (also available in vanilla JS) that allows you to easily add image cropping to your app. For a simple plugin, it’s fairly robust, features include:

  • 39 options
  • 27 methods
  • 7 events
  • touch (mobile)
  • zooming
  • rotating
  • scaling (flipping)
  • multiple croppers
  • crop on a canvas
  • crop image in the browser-side by canvas
  • translate Exif Orientation information
  • Cross-browser support

 

Illustration by akselkreis

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Responsify.js: Subject-aware responsive images

A jquery plugin that makes images truly responsive, without sacrificing anyone’s face.

When images are used in a responsive container on web design, because the container can change to any width:height ratio, a group shot could end up cutting off people’s faces. A nice photograph following “rule of third” could end up with no object in view. Responsive images face the challenge of how to keep the focused objects/area in view, this jquery plugin is here to solve the problem.

Responsify.js does the following:

  1. It allows you define a focus area on an image using data-focus-xxx tag
  2. It takes in the focus area data from the image, calcuate the image’s container’s size, resize and position the image accordingly, make sure the focus area is always in view and in the best position possible

Responsive image with responsify.js

 

Responsive image without responsify.js

 

Illustration by akselkreis

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mediaWrapper: Responsive iframe video

iframe videos can be a pain for responsive pages. MediaWrapper is a plugin for wrapping iframes and embedded videos to behave more like images.

Illustration by akselkreis

  • Vanilla
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Luminous: A no-dependencies JavaScript lightbox

Luminous is a simple, lightweight, no-dependencies JavaScript lightbox. Out of the box the styling is very basic, so you will want to style it to your needs. They do provide a basic theme to get you started.

It supports the latest version of Google Chrome and the current and previous major releases of desktop Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari on a rolling basis. Mobile support is tested on the most recent minor version of the current and previous major release for the default browser on iOS and Android (e.g., iOS 9.2 and 8.4).

Illustration by minnix

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jQuery Lightgallery: Lightbox Gallery Plugin

jQuery Lightgallery is a customizable, modular lightbox gallery plugin. The fully responsive tool helps you make the most of images for almost any type of website design.

The key features of jQuery light gallery include responsive design, touch and drag navigation, animated thumbnail options, plenty of customization options and support for video from YouTube and Vimeo. The tool is also designed as modules – thumbnail, full screen, zoom, etc – to make it easy for you to create exactly what you want. Plus, you can add your own modules and detach elements that you don’t need.

The plugin also comes with more than 20 animations built in, and each one uses CSS3 transitions for super-fast performance. Finally, the tool includes a dynamic mode that can be instantiated and launched programmatically by setting dynamic option to true and populating dynamicEl option by passing array of objects representing the gallery elements.

jQuery Lightgallery is available on GitHub and you can find plenty of examples of its usage in the detailed documentation.

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jQuery.my: Data Binding in Real Time

If you are looking for a lightweight jQuery plugin for complex two-way data binding in real time, jQuery.my might be the perfect solution.

Here’s how it works: The tool mutates the object given as a data source, reflecting interactions between the user and the interface. Data bindings, facade appearance and CSS styling of an app are all defined using single manifest, which is standard javascript object. Manifests are JSONable.

Here are a few more features:

  • jQuery.my recognizes standard HTML controls and complex composites created using rich UI plugins. Controls built with jQuery UI, Select2, CodeMirror, Ace, Redactor, CLeditor, jQuery Mobile are supported out of the box.
  • jQuery.my provides comprehensive validation, conditional formatting, complex dependencies, runtime form structure manipulation. $.my forms can run nested, each jQuery.my instance can be a composite control for parent form.
  • Syntax of $.my manifest is very simple, lean and unobtrusive. There exist specialized in-browser IDE for $.my apps authoring. This IDE is a built-in component of cloudwall.me system.

The result is a fully interactive set of tools, tables, curves and layouts that can work in a variety of applications. Check out the demo to see how it can work for you.

 

  • Paid
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Royal Video Player: Responsive Player

Royal Video Player is a responsive player that can play local videos, streaming videos or YouTube videos. (It’ll play pretty much anything with an mp4 format.)

What makes it pretty awesome is that this player works on mobile devices and desktops and with any browser and supports unlimited playlists. This is a pretty robust tool for any site that used plenty of video.

The player comes with plenty of features as well. These include:

  • Responsive layout and design
  • Optional deep-linking for playlists and videos
  • Optional embedding and sharing
  • Ability to load any type of playlist
  • HTML markup playlists that can be created manually or from a database
  • Multiple hover effect options
  • Video description tooltips
  • Multiple positioning options
  • Customizable thumbnails
  • One skin for all videos, regardless of source
  • Autoplay, loop and shuffle options
  • Plenty of great play, volume and other buttons

The player is a robust tool with plenty of features. It is available for $14 from the Envato Market.

  • Spotlight
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TwentyTwenty: Create Difference Between Two Images

TwentyTwenty is a tool that can showcase the difference between two images. The nifty little trick makes it easy to show users precisely what you want them to see.

TwentyTwenty works by stacking two images on top of each other. As the slider moves across the image, it makes use of the CSS clip property to trim the image on the left. This allows the image on the right to show through the container.The widget uses jQuery custom movement events to support this slider movement.

The plugin has two dependencies: jQuery and jQuery.event.move, so that actions will work on touch-based devices.

The tool is fairly easy to set up and offers various customization options for display of the images. These options include:

  • Color
  • Stroke width
  • Circle width
  • Shawdows
  • Triangle color, size and position
  • Handle radius
  • Overlay and associated colors, labels, padding and spacing
  • Label radius

This widget is responsive and works across all devices, doesn’t require images to work properly and works with Zurb Foundation right “out of the box.” (This tool was built by the team at Zurb.)

 

See the Pen TwentyTwenty by Unheap (@Unheap) on CodePen.

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jQuery Video Player Extend

Create a custom-branded video with jQuery Video Player Extend. This little tool allows you to add a logo and more to videos for a custom playing experience.

In addition to a custom logo, you can add markers with labels, play a YouTube video, play FLV video (with basic support) and make your video responsive. The tools work well and look nice.

With a little working HTML knowledge, you can grab the code and get this feature working on your website in a hurry. (And you won’t regret it.)

  • Paid
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Evolution: jQuery Lightbox

Lightbox Evolution is a tool for displaying images, HTML content, maps, and videos in a lightbox style container that floats on top of a webpage. Using Lightbox Evolution, website authors can showcase a wide assortment of media in all major browsers without navigating users away from the linking page.

You can use this tool to showcase content in a way that is different, user-friendly and does not take visitors away from your website to view content from other locations.

You can used colored boxes — and customize the options — images or combinations of the two. There are plenty of mix-and-match options available with this tool to help you make the most of your content.

This tool is available for $14 from Envato Market and includes future updates.

  • Paid
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Revolution: Responsive jQuery Slider Plugin

Slider Revolution is an innovative, responsive jQuery slider plugin that displays content in the most beautiful way. Whether it’s a slider, carousel, hero scene or even an entire front page, you will be telling your stories in no time.

The slider is one of the most-used in the market because it works great and is fully responsive. It’s also optimized for Apple and Android devices. It also works with any type of content, including photos, video and social media streams.

Not sure how to use a slider? This package comes with 35 ready-to-use examples and is super flexible. Here are just a few of the features that come with this slider:

  • Hero, carousel and classic layouts
  • Unlimited sliders per page
  • Date-based publishing
  • Links and actions on slides
  • Parallax effects and customizations
  • Social media integration
  • Bulk upload capability
  • Custom animation creation
  • Unlimited number of layers available
  • Multiple navigation options
  • Touch enabled
  • Auto-hide and delay features
  • Keyboard navigation
  • Plenty of “fancy” skins
  • Ability to auto-play (or not)
  • And so much more

You can get Slider Revolution from the Envato Market for $14 and it includes future updates.