This plugin was inspired by the extJS border-layout, and recreates that functionality as a jQuery plug-in. The UI.Layout plug-in can create any UI look you want – from simple headers or sidebars, to a complex application with toolbars, menus, help-panels, status bars, sub-forms, etc.
Combined it with other jQuery UI widgets to create a sophisticated application. There are no limitations or issues – this widget is ready for production use. Our website includes everything you need: documentation, demos and downloads. All feedback and requests are welcome as development is ongoing. If you create a good looking application using UI.Layout, please let us know.
A lightweight but rich data grid with resizable columns and a scrolling data to match the headers, plus an ability to connect to an xml based data source to load the content.
Similar in concept with the Ext Grid only its pure jQuery love, which makes it light weight and follows the jQuery mantra of running with the least amount of configuration.
This is a very small CMS, with no database requirements and really more than a simple plugin as it also contains several php files. It is accepted as a plugin on jquery.com and I decided to include it because it is so clean and seams to be very easy to work with. editEasy is ideal for small sites, or site where only a small amount of “content management” is required.
This plugin adds a row to the section of a table and adds filters that allows real time filtering of tabular data. Please see the home page for full details.
See the demo page for a live example of this page.
A plugin to sort child nodes by (sub) contents or attributes. Very useful for ordering unordered lists or tables, but works on any type of node. Download it to get documentation and examples.It doesn’t get easier to sort fx. listsbut it is also possible to apply more complex sorting logic:
The focus is on simple usage (all settings are optional), attractive looks and interactive features like zooming. Demo
If you’ve used the .NET Framework, chances are you’ve also used LINQ. The features found in LINQ allow you to work with collections in-memory to query, sort and manage data, much like you would with a SQL command. LINQ also allows you to connect directly to a database to manage records all within your IDE.
jLINQ works like .NET LINQ and lets you use commands to query collections that are in memory. jLINQ copies many of the same commands you find in LINQ like skip or take along with certain aggregate functions like sum.
Very simple way to highlight columns in a table when the mouse is hovering over them.
James is a jQuery plugin which provides a simple way to implement easily an autocomplete input.
Simply like this:
Where script.php is the path of the script to call. You can also customize it easily so as to perform specific implementations. Demo
The form wizard plugin is based on jQuery and can be used to simulate wizard like page flows for forms without having to navigate between different pages.
The plugin is very unobtrusive and gives the developer great freedom on how they set up the flow of the different steps in their wizards, as the plugin supports creating specific routes in the form depending on the user input. Demo
This plugins reproduces the same suggestion box style that you can see on Twitter signup page: https://twitter.com/signup
The usage is pretty simple. It shows a “tip” text when the input field is focused and a feedback when the validation passes or fails.
jQTouch is a jQuery library for creating Mobile WebKit web apps. It’s functionality is currently comparable to iUI, though it utilizes native WebKit animations. It is a jQuery plugin for mobile web development on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices.
This plugin enables you to display a custom context menu on right click in browsers that support it. This is commonly used in web applications that are simulating desktop behavior or wish to add advanced functionality for their users. demo