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CrossSlide – jQuery Plugin for Cross-fade Animations

September 21, 2010 Leave a comment

CrossSlide

CrossSlide is a jQuery plugin implemented in 2kB of Java-script code. Some common slide-show animations, traditionally only available via Adobe Flash™ or other proprietary plugins. CrossSlide builds upon jQuery’s animation facility, so it is as portable across browsers as jQuery itself (that is, a lot!)

You can read more at http://tobia.github.com/CrossSlide/

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jQuery Image Slider

July 27, 2010 1 comment

I have tried many java-script/jQuery based image/banner sliders. But Nivo Slider is very good as compared to other freely available plugins. Transitions are very smooth and almost all features can be controlled by parameters. The slogan “The Most Awesome jQuery Image Slider”, on Nivo Slider site, seems very realistic and true.

Nivo Slider works great on Chrome, FireFox and Safari, it gives some problem on IE though.

You can find more about this fantastic plugin at http://nivo.dev7studios.com/

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Cappuccino – Open Source Javascript Framework

While searching for online tools for web site prototype and mock-ups, we came across a very good and free online tool “mockingbird”.

“mockingbird is an online tool that makes it easy for you to create, link together, preview, and share mockups of your website or application.” – http://gomockingbird.com

Mocking bird is built using HTML and Java-script, you can give it a try to observe the rich interactivity. mockingbird is developed using open source framework “Cappuccino”.

“Cappuccino is an open source framework that makes it easy to build desktop-caliber applications that run in a web browser.” http://cappuccino.org/

You can further learn about Cappuccino at http://cappuccino.org/learn/

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Dev Watch – jNiceIt

jNiceIt – jQuery plugin to customize design of textboxes, radiobuttons, checkboxes, and more! (ajaxBlender.com)

jNiceIt is a jQuery plugin which allows you to customize generic form controls and apply your customized design to them. You may use this plugin to emulate MS Windows, Linux or Apple MacOS controls or your own unique style.
Design of each control can be fully customized via CSS. The plugin supports both fixed and fluid page layouts because it does not use absolute positioning of skinned controls like most jNiceIt alternatives do.

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