waitForImages is a jQuery plugin that lets you attach callbacks to useful image loading events. waitForImages also supports images referenced in CSS, such as the
pixelate.js is a simple library and jQuery plugin to pixelate any set of images and optionally reveal them on hover.
jQuery Upload File plugin provides multiple file uploads with progress bar.Works with any server-side platform (Google App Engine, PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails, Java, etc.) that supports standard HTML form file uploads.
Tether includes the ability to constrain the element within the viewport, it's scroll parent, any other element on the page, or a fixed bounding box. When it exceedes those constraints it can be pinned to the edge, flip to the other side of it's target, or hide itself.
ifvisible.js is a crosbrowser & lightweight way to check if user is looking at the page or interacting with it.
Autotab is a jQuery plugin that provides auto tabbing and filtering on text fields in a form.
Once the maximum number of characters has been reached within a text field, the focus is automatically set to a defined element. Likewise, clearing out the text field's content by pressing backspace eventually places the focus on a previous element.
The library is designed to introduce fault-tolerance into the upload of large files through HTTP. It allows for users to pause, resume and even recover uploads without losing state.
Highlight.js highlights syntax in code examples on blogs, forums and, in fact, on any web page. It's very easy to use because it works automatically: finds blocks of code, detects a language, highlights it.
TinyColor is a micro framework for inputting colors and outputting colors as different formats. Input is meant to be as permissive as possible.
The following color types are supported: RGB, HSL, HSV, Hex, Name (from SVG color codes)
Midway.js makes it super easy to automatically center the responsive elements on your websites. You all know and love the absolute positioning centering technique, but what happens when those centered elements change sizes, due to percentage based layouts? That's where Midway.js comes in.