jQuery Excolo Slider

YAJQS – Yet another jQuery carousel. I was fed up with the good carousel plugins being commercial, so I decided to make a decent open-source variant. Installable as a NuGet package from the NuGet.org package feed.

jTap – jQuery Tap Event for all devices

jTap – additional event for jQuery processing touching to screen on touch devices. Those who are faced with adaptation of web-based applications for mobile devices knows that the event “click” is triggered with a delay of 300ms, observe which not very pleasant. In addition, click on non-delegated place of document will not work. To solve … Continue reading

jQuery udraggable

jQuery plugin for making elements draggable with both mouse and touch support. A (tiny) subset of the functionality of jQueryUI’s ‘draggable’ widget, but with touch support added.

Guillotine

Allow users to crop images within an area (fully responsive). Supports dragging (touch support), zoom and rotation.

dragend JS

a jQuery plugin for content swiping

jqScribble – A touch enabled canvas drawing tool

A small canvas drawing plugin. It lets you draw on a canvas, add an image to a canvas, and save your drawing as an image. A simple PHP file is included in the repo to demonstrate how you might save the image server side. It is touch enabled so you can draw using a finger … Continue reading

AnySlider

A highly customizable slider which allows you to slide any kind of content such as HTML, images or YouTube clips.

jQuery Fastbutton

An unobtrusive library that removes the 300ms delay from click-related actions in mobile websites. Provides zero-configuration defaults that work out-of-the-box on existing sites.

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