Top 5 Best jQuery Plugins for January 2015


jQuery is generally a fast java script library containing many features in it. Web design is now faster, easier; all this is because of development of jquery. With easy to use API it makes HTML document manipulation, event handling and animation easier, that works on most of the known browsers. Its main purpose is to make use of java script much easier on the web browser. It makes the code easier, so that the user can find ease in web application development, and is also helpful in simplifying many complicated things from java scripts.

This Collection covers all the most popular and with best features and functionality jQuery plugins for january 2015.

1. Floatlabels.js

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The Float Label Pattern found his success after Brad Frost wrote a blog post about Float Label Patterns. On User Interaction with an input field the placeholder value moves up, and is displayed above the typed text.

2. jQuery Labelauty

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A nice and lightweight jQuery plugin that gives beauty to checkboxes and radio buttons and allows custom labels for each status of (un)checked inputs.

3. OneBook 3d

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The beautiful jQuery plugin for photographers and designers. With OneBook3D you can easily create an eye-catching presentation of your books, magazines or portfolio. Flexible, adaptive and customizable design. Auto resizing images. Full screen mode. Ideal for photo-albums!

4. Howler.js-Modern Web Audio Javascript Library

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This jquery plugins is a Modern Web Audio Javascript Library with amazing features like -Defaults to Web Audio API, Supports multiple file formats to support all browsers, Per-sound and global mute/unmute and volume control, Playback of multiple sounds at the same time.

5. Spread of Cards

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Generally you need javascript to be in control of the not only the events, but monitoring for viewport size changes, setting the size of the carousel and the position of the cards on and off canvas.



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