Fluid and Responsive Image gallery with jQuery – flexImages

Creating a fluid and responsive image gallery with a jquery plugin is very easy. Fleximage is a jQuery plugin to create fluid image galleries found in google images and flickr. Compatible with jQuery 1.7.0+ in Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer 7+. No dependencies except the jQuery library. Features Very small: 1.2 kB of JavaScript

Create Parallax Scrolling Effects using CSS – Fixed Images

Latest trends in webdesign uses long pages with Parallax Effects on images in between. Nexus5 Website and iPhone 5s are some examples. For parallax effects web pages uses JavaScript plugins but we can achive a parallax like effects for the images appearing in between scrolling pages using some CSS properties. This will increase the performance of

Full Width Responsive Image Slider with jQuery – Slippry

Slippry is a full width Responsive Image Slider with HTML5 + CSS3 + jQuery. Slippry is created with latest jQuery functions, CSS3 tricks and HTML5 elements with gracefull downgrades for older browsers. It can be styled with Sass or CSS and has multiple transition options including Ken Burns effect. Detailed documentation on the website settings

HTML5 Chart plugin using Canvas – ChartJs

Chart.js is a beautiful Chart and Graph creating plugin using HTML5 Canvas element. It support 6 type of charts with one single javascript file. Chart.js is dependency free, lightweight (4.5k when minified and gzipped) and offers loads of customisation options. Chart Js Support Line Charts, Bar charts, Radar charts, Pie charts, Polar area charts and Doughnut charts.

Responsive Jquery Slider – Unslider –

Unslider is a very small jQuery plugin (<1kb minified and gzipped) for sliding any HTML content in a website. Unslider is a Responsive Jquery Slider Plugin. It adapts to responsive layouts out-of-the-box and arranges itself automatically if the size of each slide is different. The slides can be browsed with the help of a bullet navigation

Desktop Applications with HTML, CSS and Javascript – AppJS

Now a days everybody moving to cloud. But there are still lot of demand for desktop applications. Ubuntu started their call for developers for desktop in developer.ubuntu.com. Desktop applications have lot of advantages over web applications. They are more powerfull, speed, communicate with system, access filesystem easly, working in background process, integrated notifications, native interface,