Sly is an excellent jQuery scrolling plugin that supports either horizontal or vertical scrolling and also features infinite scroll.
It has a large number of options to configure the slides, scrollbar and pagination.
There are also a number of methods that allow you to progmatically add, remove, pause, reload and change position of the slides.
The Fine Uploader web site has plenty examples demonstrating the different options such as limiting file types & size, displaying thumbnails and manually triggering the upload.
Browser support is limited though, excluding safari for windows and IE6 and IE10.
Congratulations to Kareem Zok who wins a kick starter arrow chat license and thanks to everyone for joining.
Everyone can still get a 10% discount by entering the code “wresourcesource” until the 31/10/2012.
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Arrow chat is a PHP and MySQL based real time chat application that sits at the bottom of the browser (similar to Facebook chat) and allows your users to have instant conversations.
It can be integrated with all popular CMS platforms making installation incredibly simple.
It features customisable private or public chat rooms and video chat. The chat bar can be extended with applications such as games, translation tools and social sharing buttons.
The interface is themeable so you can style it to suit your site design. Everything can be maintained in the admin interface from the template to user administration.
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Grrrid is a jQuery plugin that will equalise the heights and widths of container elements which is useful when used in a grid style layout.
The minimun and maximum dimensions can be set and if using a grid layout, the grid dimensions can also be configured.
Jetstrap is a visual editor designed to build Twitter Bootstap based front ends more quickly via a drag and drop web interface.
A feature is that it allows you to preview how your responsive design will look on different devices.
It is also possible to add id’s and classes to any element and customise the CSS with a built in editor.
Designs can be exported to a zip file.
Mini Icons are a free set of 1,325 icons available in 16×16 and 12×12 pixels and in three colours.
jReject is a lightweight (7.05 KB excluding images and CSS) jQuery plugin that can be used to prompt users to upgrade their browser in a modal popup based on browser, bowser version, platform or rendering engine – all of which can be customised.
If the users browser does not meet your requirements a customisable message can be displayed to prompt the user to upgrade from a selection (also customisable) of the latest browsers.
The user is also given the option to carry on browsing the site if they acknowledge a reduced experience. If a user chooses to continue viewing the site, the prompt is prevented from being displayed again within the session.
Pretty Checkable is a jQuery plugin to create custom checkbox and radio form controls.
A PSD is supplied with the control images and this can be modified or replaced to meet your own design requirements.
The controls can be used in four colours (blue, red, green & yellow) which work well with Twitter Bootstrap.
The configuration options include settings to change the colour, alignment of the label and a custom class name. These can be set in the plugin initialisation or inline with data attributes.
Lenticular.js is a plugin that makes it possible to change the view of an image as a handheld device that features an accelerometer is tilted.
An ideal use for this application would be product image views on a mobile version of an e-commerce store.
So far it has only been tested on iPhone, however extended support is in progress.