jCryption is a javascript HTML-Form encryption plugin, which encrypts the POST/GET-Data that will be sent when you submit a form. It uses the Multiple-precision and Barrett modular reduction libraries for the calculations and jQuery for the rest. jCryption is completly free and dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses like jQuery.

 

Normally if you submit a form and you don’t use SSL, your data will be sent in plain text. But SSL is neither supported by every webhost nor it’s easy to install/apply sometimes. So I created this plug-in in order that you are able to encrypt your data fast and simple. jCryption uses the public-key algorithm of RSA for the encryption.

 

jCryption at it’s current state is no replacement for SSL, because there is no authentication, but the main goal of jCryption should be a very easy and fast to install plugin which offers a base level of security.

Published under: Security | GPL License | MIT License

Vanilla is an open-source, standards-compliant, multi-lingual, theme-able, pluggable discussion forum for the web. With over 450 plugins so far, Vanilla is ideal for custom community solutions. Anyone can download and use Vanilla for free. If you do not have a web space, you might be interested in the hosted version of Vanilla as well.

Vanilla lets you have total control over the appearance of your forum so it can completely mesh with the look & feel of your site. Vanilla is fast. Setting up a forum takes moments, using Vanilla is a breeze. With Vanilla’s Pages feature, you can add custom pages to your forum and turn it into a complete website. Add a bunch of plugins and you’ve got a totally interactive website to go along with your forum.

Published under: Social | GPL License

The bMap jQuery Plugin allows you to quickly and easily add mapping to your website. It has been designed from the beginning to handle lots of markers, lots of layers, and custom marker icons. The plugin can manage a sidebar for you, one with a list of markers, one with a list of layers. The sidebars can be styled with CSS.

The internal Google object is exposed, so you can continue to use all of the power of the Google Maps API. You can also access the internals of the bMap object. The prerequisites of the plugin are jQuery and google maps. You will need to obtain your own Google API Key.

bMap - A google maps jQuery Plugin

Published under: Maps | GPL License

DataTables is Data Table jQuery plugin that offfer us to create advanced and flexible data table with slick user interface.

DataTables is a highly flexible tool, based upon the foundations of progressive enhancement, which will add advanced interaction controls to any HTML table.

DataTables Provides many features Including:

Published under: Tables | BSD License | GPL License

EditableGrid is an open source Javascript library aimed at turning HTML tables into advanced editable components. It focuses on simplicity: only a few lines of code are required to get your first table up and running.

It can feed from a XML file or attached to an existing HTML table.

The library automatically enables users to edit cells with a suitable editor like textfields, checkbox, etc. and comes with built-in validators (integer, double, URL, e-mail and date).

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Published under: Tables | GPL License

selectList is a jQuery plugin that replaces the standard HTML multiple select element with a nicer and more user-friendly interface. The user selects a number of items from a drop-down list, and the selected items are displayed below.

Plugin features:

  • Attaches to an existing <select> element, requiring no changes to HTML code
  • Supports automatic sorting of selected items
  • Allows the use of callback functions when items are added and removed
  • Provides API functions to add/remove items
  • Supports custom animations/effects
  • Supports CSS styling
  • Lightweight — the packed version is just 3KB

The plugin works in all major browsers, including Firefox 2+, Opera 9.5+, Google Chrome, Safari 3+, and Internet Explorer 6+.

Published under: Forms | GPL License | MIT License

jQuery Image Scroller Plugin creates a scrollable interface to scroll over a large image in a smaller area. The idea is that we have a container with a fixed height and width, an image that is taller than the container, and a container for the thumbnail of that image.

Once the plugin is applied, there is a span with a class of indicator appended to the small preview area which represents the area you can drag up and down.

Published under: Utilities | GPL License | MIT License

The xcolor plugin is an easy-to-use jQuery extension to manipulate colors in all imaginable combinations. This plugin implements an extensiv color parser and a featureful set of color-manipulation methods. There is also an animate() extension to smooth CSS colors.

Another useful method isReadable() completes the whole, by allowing you to check if a text is readable on a certain background. The color value can also be passed in different color models: RGB, HSV/HSB, HSL and their adequate alpha extensions.

Published under: Color Schemes | GPL License | MIT License

TubePlayer is a jQuery plugin that implements YouTube Player API, and allows you to create your own controls and components for YouTube movies. In addition to jQuery, it also requires SWFObject for cross browser support.

Creating custom controls for YouTube videos using TubePlayer is very easy; all you need to do is initialize the YouTube Player using tubeplayer() method, and then hook tubeplayer’s events to any elements you want to use as triggers.

Features

  • Browser Support Tested: Firefox 3.5+, Chrome 5, Opera 10, Safari 5, IE6+
  • Controls: play, pause, stop, seek, volume control, quality control and data retrieval
  • Callback Functions: onPlayerUnstarted, onPlayerEnded, onPlayerPlaying, onPlayerPaused, onPlayerBuffering and onPlayerCued

Published under: Video | GPL License | MIT License

Tweetable is a lightweight jQuery plugin which enables you to display your twitter feed on your site quickly and easily. More than just displaying the feeds you can highlight @replys as well as links being dynamically generated for ease of use.

To use Tweetable simply create an empty div and apply an ID or class of your choice. There are some added parameters that you can pass into tweetable for extra functionality. as default you must enter your username, you can also control the date and set the limit of tweets you wish to display.

Published under: Social | GPL License | MIT License