Skitter is a jQuery plugin that enables us to convert unordered lists into slideshows with attractive animations. The slideshow can display the list of slides as numbers or thumbnails and items can be browsed with the help of prev-next buttons as well.
An alert alternative for jQuery that looks good. Apprise is a very simple, fast, attractive, and unobtrusive way to communicate with your users. Also, this gives you complete control over style, content, position, and functionality.
jqBarGraph is jQuery plugin that gives you freedom to easily display your data as graphs. There are three types of graphs: simple, multi and stacked. All you have to do is to pass your data to this plugin.
There are a lot of settings to tune appearance of your graph, as are animation, color scheme, dimensions etc. Also, you can additionally change look and feel of graph via CSS.
Creating an image gallery with a Polaroid look is amazingly easy. With albums that will expand to sets of slightly rotated thumbnails that pop out on hover. The full image will slide in from the bottom once a thumbnail is clicked. In the full image view the user can navigate through the pictures or simply choose another thumbnail to be displayed. For this gallery 2D Transform plugin used to animate rotations.
flipCounter is a jQuery plugin that turns a boring 'ole number into a big, beautiful analogue display. Count down the days until the apocalypse, make your own debt clock or throw back to the 90s and resurrect the hit-counter.
jQuery Transit is a plugin that takes all the major CSS3 transitions and transformations and packages them up into one quick and easy to use plugin. Rotate on the X and Y planes, 3D Transitions, Scale and Skew, and every other possible CSS3 transformation.
jQuery Countdown is a really cool plugin that has a great animation.
Scrollorama is a jQuery plugin for creating eye-candy effects in parallel to the scrolling of web pages. By dividing the content into blocks, it simply lets us to animate elements on the page (when a block is reached) based on the browser window’s scroll position.