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  1. Boiling React Down to a Few Lines in jQuery - Hackflow

    An explanation of React that my fuzzy head can’t cope with right now. So, for later. (via @simonw)

  2. The best jQuery validation plugin to validate form fields, support Bootstrap, Foundation, Pure, SemanticUI, UIKit frameworks

    Despite the annoying information-light front page, this seems really good compared to other JS form validators I’ve used, and worth the money.

  3. Smooth Zoom Pan - jQuery Image Viewer - JavaScript | CodeCanyon

    This turned out to be well worth the $11, given the hassles configuring free ones I’ve tried.

  4. jQuery PowerTip

    Because I used this jQuery tooltip plugin and liked it and will forget what it was called.

  5. bigfoot.js

    jQuery plugin for making footnotes in text nice. I guess this is the thing I see in a few places that I keep meaning to find out what it is.

  6. Garlic.js

    “Garlic.js allows you to automatically persist your forms’ text field values locally, until the form is submitted.”

  7. Sisyphus - Gmail-like client-side drafts and bit more

    “Persist your form’s data in a browser’s Local Storage and never loose[sic] them on occasional tabs closing, browser crashes and other disasters!” Handy.

  8. Peity • progressive pie charts

    Nice jQuery plugin for turning lists of numbers into little pie charts, graphs or bar charts. Sparklines. (via Brett Terpstra)

  9. EightMedia/hammer.js

    “A javascript library that can be used to control gestures on touch devices. It supports the following gestures: Tap; Double tap; Hold; Drag; Transform (pinch).” Seems to work well.

  10. jQuery Quicksand plugin

    Nice animated, automated sorting of HTML elements. Seems a bit odd internally - it uses or makes a copy of everything you’re sorting, but the ultimate effect is nice.

  11. Reveal: jQuery Modal Plugin from ZURB - ZURB Playground -

    Because I forget the name of this and it’s a very nice, easy-to-set-up and restyle pop-up window plugin.

  12. FitText - A plugin for inflating web type

    “Use this [jQuery] plugin on your fluid or responsive layout to achieve scalable headlines that fill the width of a parent element.” Nice. (via @simonw)

  13. jqPlot Charts and Graphs for jQuery

    I don’t think I noticed this when I was bookmarking similar things a while ago.

  14. Kern.js - Make web kerning suck less.

    Nice: if you’re using Lettering.js on your page, this lets you adjust the text on the page until it looks right, then gives you the CSS adjustments to match your final look.

  15. Lettering.js - A jQuery plugin for radical web typography.

    Quite nice - adds spans around individual letters, words or lines so you can easily style them with CSS. But all that extra HTML feels “wrong” to me, even if it’s generated automatically. Some pretty examples though.

  16. Scrollorama

    “The jQuery plugin for doing cool scrolly stuff.” Indeed. (via Waxy)

  17. jQuery.fracs ·

    A library for dealing with objects that extend beyond the viewport - how much is visible, where it is, etc.

  18. Use Django and jQuery to create a spreadsheet application

    That’s a more interesting guide/demo than “how to make a weblog”. (via Django Weekly)

  19. Isotope

    Blimey, that’s a whizzy bit of jQuery for rearranging things on a page. I’m expecting to see a whole lot of that soon. (via Daring Fireball)

  20. Annotator | Open Knowledge Foundation

    Looks good. jQuery and python (or other backend) for annotating HTML pages. (via Infovore)

  21. JQuery Cycle Plugin

    Another nice, fancy slideshow thing. (via Infovore)

  22. Nathansearles’s Faded at master - GitHub

    “A super simple fading image and content viewer for jQuery” Looks good. (via Infovore)

  23. Backbone.js

    What looks like a lovely way to structure large JavaScript projects into an MVC structure. (via Simon Willison)

  24. What’s the best way to structure large JavaScript/jQuery projects? - Quora

    I asked a question on Quora and had some helpful responses.

  25. 10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source « Paul Irish

    I generally dislike screencasts — seems like an inefficient way to deliver information about code — but this was pretty good.

  26. Ariel Flesler: jQuery.ScrollTo

    This is very lovely: super easy to automatically scroll the window to a specific point, a DOM element, a selector… easily adjustable.

  27. Ben Alman » jQuery Misc plugins - jQuery queueFn

    “Execute any jQuery method or arbitrary function in the animation queue.” Handy, and I keep forgetting where to find it. (via Simon Willison a while back)

  28. How to build a web widget (using jQuery) - Alex Marandon

    Good, clearly written, tutorial on writing a widget that will be included on third party websites. (via Dotcode)

  29. jCarousel - Riding carousels with jQuery

    There are lots of things like this, but I’ve used this one and it seems very nice.

  30. Tipsy

    More jQuery-based, Facebook-style, tooltips. (via Simon Willison)

  31. Mu — Mu Connect

    A JavaScript library for making interaction with Facebook Connect easier. Which I somehow didn’t find when it would have been useful to me.

  32. Hiddenloop’s paging_keys_js at master - GitHub

    Could be handy - javascript for doing the j/k up/down navigation thing through a page. (via Kottke)

  33. Parse JSON with jQuery and JavaScript redux using the Flickr Services API | d’bug

    I’ve read oodles of JavaScript examples on weblogs recently and it’s so nice to occasionally find one that explains things well, has good working examples, and inspires confidence. Shouldn’t be rare, but is.

  34. Ajax with Codeigniter | Setting Up Jquery | Tools for Ajax | Web Lee

    I usually like reading docs rather than screencasts, but, while these weren’t *quite* what I was after, they’re quite good. And it’s nice to have an English accent on these things.

  35. SWFUpload jQuery Plugin : Adam Royle

    A nice jQuery way to implement the SWFUpload thingummy. (via Yoz)

  36. jQuery slideViewer 1.1

    Wonderfully simple looking javascript slideshow thing. (via Infovore)

  37. Hacker News | The BBC’s Glow effort has always confused me. They were using jQuery on the main…

    John Resig, the chap behind jQuery, wondering (like many people I imagine) why the BBC wrote its own bespoke JavaScript framework. (via Haddock)

  38. Improve your jQuery - 25 excellent tips

    Lots of handy tips for people like me who have only dabbled in jQuery so far. (via Infovore)

  39. jQuery for JavaScript programmers

    What it says, by Simon Willison. For next time I delve into jQuery. (via Yoz and Blech)

  40. jQuery date picker

    I’ve been dabbling with jQuery and this plugin makes doing just what I wanted as easy as it could be.

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