jQuery Calendar

This plugin allows developers to implement an extremely flexible calendar interface, with very little effort. The calendar plugin can render a Day, Week, Month and Resource calendar view. The plugin also provides an interface for manipulating and formatting dates and times.

Unified mouse and mobile touch input events

Use this plugin to handle both keyboard-mouse and mobile touch motions with a unified set of events. It is currently being used in a commercial SPA and is featured in the book [Single page web applications – JavaScript end-to-end](http://manning.com/mikowski). Supported motions for both desktop and touch devices include tap, long-press, drag, long-press-drag, and zoom. See … Continue reading

jquery.textSelect

Bind to the `textSelect` event, a custom DOM-like event generated using jQuery’s Special Events API. The `textSelect` event triggers when the user selects any text within a bound element.

Global custom events

Provides the ability to have a jQuery **collection** subscribe a **function** to a **global custom event**. This plugin is featured in the book [Single page web applications – JavaScript end-to-end](http://manning.com/mikowski). Methods include **subscribe**, **publish**, and **unsubscribe**. This is similar to jQuery global custom events support which was removed from jQuery 1.9+.

jQuery Behavior Plugin

Unobstrusive scripting simply and easily. Declarative events with Metabehaviors based on Live Query.

Selectify

Selectify is a UI overlay for select elements which does not screw up your events.

jQuery Image Loader

Load images asynchronously with ease. This plugin seeks for all images with data-src attributes inside a wrapper or run the plugin on an image tag itself.

AfterResize event

With jQuery afterresize event plugin, an event is triggered when resizing the window has ended.

jQuery PubSub

A fast extensible pubsub system using jQuery Callbacks

jquery.multiclick

Bind to the `multiclick` event, a custom DOM-like event generated using jQuery’s Special Events API. The `multiclick` event triggers when the user clicks within the bound element a configurable number of times.