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jQuery Mousewheel

A jQuery plugin that adds cross-browser mouse wheel support.

jQuery Finger

jQuery Finger unifies click and touch events by removing the 300ms delay on touch devices. It also provide a common set of events to handle basic gestures such as drag and pinch. Small (< 1kb gzipped), it is focused on performance, is well tested and ... also supports jQuery delegated events.

Phery.js PHP Ajax

The bridge from jQuery to PHP, and vice-versa through AJAX. Using event delegation, forms and links can call PHP functions with only some data-* attributes, and perform RESTful requests using GET, POST, PUT, DELETE without any manual event binding, everything just works. You can also render partial views using ajax, loading only parts of the … Continue reading

jQuery Appear

It implements a custom ‘appear’/’disappear’ events which are fired when an element became visible/invisible in the browser view port.

jQuery Tap

A jQuery plugin that creates a click alternative for touch enabled browsers. Click events on touch devices do not work the best. There is a 300ms delay from when you release your finger to the time the click event is triggered. This behavior is not desired. What is nice about this plugin, and what makes … Continue reading


jQuery special events for the gestures swipeleft, swiperight, swipeup and swipedown.


jQuery special events movestart, move and moveend for tracking touch and mouse moves, throttled to browser animation frames, and exposing information about distance and velocity of fingers.

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 confirmOn

A jQuery plugin for adding an easy ‘are you sure’ confirmation pop-up before an event handler is called