jQuery Singalong is a jQuery annotate plugin can add full HTML annotations to HTML5
Plugin and tutorial about creating iPhone style dragging for desktop and mobile with jQuery and HTML5.
The Liquid Slider is a fully responsive, html5 content slider, which means it will work on your desktop as well as your mobile device. It's fully adaptable to changing widths and orientation, so ahead and resize your browser to see it in action.
Sketch.js is an easy-to-use jQuery plugin that allows you to create canvases upon which visitors can draw. It supports multiple browsers including mobile devices (albeit with performance penalties).
A jQuery audio player plugin that is responsive and touch-friendly. The UI is css-only, no images used.
This is a tiny, lightweight player with a very clear purpose: to play a single audio file. You don’t need complex plugins or ugly Flash players with thousands of useless functions to play that damn audio file.
jQuery.BlackAndWhite plug-in can easily convert any colored image into a B&W greyscale image. It uses the the HTML5 canvas tag and a fallback for the old browsers.
Gamma Gallery is an experimental responsive image gallery that attempts to provide an adjustable responsive images approach taking its grid layout and the full slideshow view into account.
jQuery.fluxoModal is a jQuery plug-in similar to lightbox. It can highlight any kind of html element inside an html modal window, blurring the background using html5 canvas, CSS3 animations and a crossbrowser fallback for IE.
By combining support for a wide range of media with gorgeous skins and a user-friendly API, Lightview aims to push the Lightbox concept as far as possible.
Tooltipster is a lightweight jQuery plugin that enables you to easily create clean, HTML5 validated tooltips.
* Supports HTML tags inside the tooltip
* Lightweight and degradable
* Extremely flexible & fast to set up
* Easily styled with 100% CSS - no images needed
* Plays nicely with IE
A jQuery plugin that enables HTML5 placeholder behavior for browsers that aren’t trying hard enough yet.