Spin.js uses the CSS3 to render the UI, falling back to VML Internet Explorer. If supported by the browser, @keyframe rules are used to animate the spinner. The spin() method creates the necessary HTML elements and starts the animation. If a target element is passed as argument, the spinner is added as first child and horizontally and vertically centered.

There is no images and external CSS for Spin.js. It is highly configurable, and works in all major browsers, including IE6. It is smaller than an animated GIF (2.8K minified, 1.7K gzipped).

Published under: Upload | MIT License

Mobiscroll is a wheel scroller/Date and Time picker jQuery plugin for touch devices (Android phones, iPhone, iPad, Galaxy Tab). The control can easily be customized to support any custom values and can even be used as an intuitive alternative to the native select control (dropdown list).

The control is themable. You can easily change the appearance of if in CSS. It also comes with pre-defined, nice looking color schemes. It has been tested on iOS4, Android 2.2, Android 2.3, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE9.

Published under: Calendar | MIT License

Candy is a JavaScript-based multi-user chat client. There are plenty of web-based chat clients out there. Most of them are built to emulate your instant messenger. They offer you tons of settings. Candy is different. It’s built for your community.

Candy focused on real-time multi-user chatting. It is easy to configure, easy to run, easy to use. It is highly customizable and 100% well-documented. And it is used and approved in a productive environment with up to 400 concurrent users. It works with all major web browsers including IE7.

Published under: Chat | MIT License

TameJS from the creators of OkCupid, is an extension to JavaScript, written in JavaScript, that makes event programming easier to write, read, and edit. Tame is very easy to use in Node and other V8 projects. And it can be dropped into projects where desired – no need to rewrite any existing code.

They have written hundreds of thousands of lines of purely async code at OkCupid, and their code has stayed manageable, even after 8 years of development. Note Tame is not an attempt to dumb down async programming. It’s just a cleaner way to write it. Further, your programs will likely have lower latency; with Tame it’s a lot easier to keep parallel calls parallel.

Published under: Framework | MIT License

Chosen is a javascript plug-in makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. It is currently available in both jQuery and Prototype flavors. Instead of forcing your users to scroll through a giant list of items, they can just start typing the name of the item they were looking for.

Add Chosen’s files to your app and then add the class chzn-select to your select box. Chosen automatically respects optgroups, selected state, the multiple attribute and browser tab order. You don’t need to do anything else except customize the style as you see fit.

Published under: Forms | MIT License

The Wall enables to create an endless grid. You choose the number of elements, The Wall will see to the rest. Every moment you may know the position of your wall or move it where you like better by clicking or dragging it.

With The Wall you decide the position of your contents punctually. Every plug is ready to hold your contents, pictures, videos, texts, everything. With The Wall you may have an endless grid or an original draggable coda slider, if you like better.

Published under: Gallery | MIT License

Buzz is a small but powerful Javascript library that allows you to easily take advantage of the new HTML5 audio element. It degrades properly on non-modern browsers. It is written by Jay Salvat and licensed under the MIT License.

Published under: Audio | MIT License

Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface.

Paper.js is easy to learn for beginners and has lots to master for intermediate and advanced users. Paper.js is developed by Jürg Lehni & Jonathan Puckey, and distributed under the permissive MIT License.

Open Source Vector Graphics Scripting Framework

Published under: Charts | MIT License

Adding relevant images to static prototypes is a pain, that is why folks tend to fill them in with placeholders. If you really want to add an image, you have to search for it, download it, crop it to right size, and then add it to your prototype. That is until now.

flickrBomb is an easy way for you to fill your prototypes with relevant content, and not just those dull gray placeholder images. Hover over the images and click the wrench icon to see flickrBomb in action.

You can also check out other Galleries we have mentioned before.

Published under: Gallery | MIT License

Droparea is a HTML5 drag and drop image file uploader jQuery plug-in and a php script for server-side. Simply drag the image file into the specified area, the image will be automatically uploaded to your server. You can also see the progress of the upload too. It has been tested on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Published under: Upload | MIT License