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Thursday, September 16, 2010

5 Nice To Have jQuery and CSS3 Resources for Web Developers

Now a days web developers are very keen to use jQuery plugins and CSS3, because jQuery allows you to do a lot with less use of code. You can create more flexible, user controllable and effective stuffs.

In this post I am sharing some really nice to have jQuery plugins and CSS3 resources which are free to use. This list includes TubePlayer-jQuery plugin for YouTube player API, BobBon-Sweet CSS Buttons, Orbit-A Slick jQuery Image Slider Plugin etc.

I hope you'll really like it.

Uniform - Sexy forms with jQuery

Uniform masks your standard form controls with custom themed controls. It works in sync with your real form elements to ensure accessibility and compatibility.

Uniform - Sexy forms with jQuery

Orbit: A Slick jQuery Image Slider Plugin

Orbit is a killer jQuery plugin that lets you create a simple, effective and beautiful slider for images of any size, and even includes some parameters for making awesome captions and a sweet timer.

Orbit: A Slick jQuery Image Slider Plugin

BonBon - Sweet CSS3 Buttons

BonBon is a CSS3 buttons that are sexy looking, really flexible, but with the most minimalistic markup as possible.

BonBon-Sweet CSS3 Buttons

Aloha Editor - The HTML5 Editor

Aloha Editor is an HTML5 WYSIWYG editor, A very user friendly for developers easy to use, fast editing, floating menu, and support for HTML5 Content Editable. You can edit any website content instantaneously. You see the changes the moment you type. No training necessary to edit content of a website, wiki, blog or any other application.

Aloha Editor

TubePlayer: jQuery Plugin For YouTube Player API

TubePlayer is a very smart jQuery plugin that uses YouTube Player API, and ease you to create your own controls and components for YouTube movies. In addition to jQuery, it also requires SWF Object for cross browser support.

TubePlayer

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9 comments :

Web Technology News said...

Aloha Editor is a new one to me. Checking it out now.

Kian Ann said...

Interesting - I just heard a podcast about HTML5 supporting content editing in place. Haven't googled it, but this alpha editor looks interesting :)

Thanks for the article!

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Hexa_troubleshoot said...

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Brett Widmann said...

These are great resources. Thank you for the help.

ecommerce developer said...

Thanks for sharing
Nice information
Great article

HTML5 Web Development said...

I like that jQuary plug-in.

Web developer said...

Great article and right to the point. I don't know if this is truly the best place to ask but do you folks have any idea where to employ some professional writers.

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