Pikabu is a speedy, flexible framework for off-canvas flyout panels.
Simple markup : Few containers and classes means implementation is a breeze.
Native scrolling: Momentum scrolling in sidebars and smart fallbacks for browsers that don’t support it.
Customization: No theme, just barebones HTML and CSS. Pikabu is customizable to your needs.
Compatibility: It's compatible with many devices.
Pop Menu is a jQuery plugin to create simple responsive popup menu.
EasyDropDown is a jQuery plugin that effortlessly turns humble
<select> elements into styleable drop-down menus for use in forms or general UI/navigation.
Shifter is a jQuery plugin for simple slide-out mobile navigation. Shifter works by checking for target elements in the DOM and binding events to them.
DaisyNav jQuery Plugin help you to build responsive navigation for your website.
Some effects for a perspective page view navigation where the page itself gets pushed away in 3D to reveal a menu or other items.
Pushing the site content aside to reveal a navigation has certainly become a trend for mobile navigations. The approach reflects some practices in app design where "views" are shown with animations. Here are small set of effects that take the page and move it in 3D to reveal a navigation.
SidebarJS is a jQuery plugin for sidebar.
Learn to create a slider timeline menu with CSS3 animations and jQuery. It is a fixed navigation that smooth scrolls to new sections with a cool slider effect.
Fly Side Menu is a script that will recreate the impressive animation you see on Airbnb's new iOS7 app using jQuery and CSS3. Also it has some additional options and it tested on modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
jQuery ReSmenu is a simple and lightweight jQuery plugin that collapse
ul menus into selects on responsive layouts.
visualNav is a jQuery plugin that modifies a navigation menu to highlight / change when the menu's target smooth scrolls into view.
stickUp is a simple jQuery plugin that allows you to designate an element or navigation menu which will stick to the top of the page once scrolled past, and will return to place when scrolled past the other way.