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

Creating custom dropdowns is usually a tedious process that requires a ton of extra setup time. Oftentimes lacking conveniences that native dropdowns have such as keyboard navigation. DropKick removes the tedium and lets you focus on making your dropdowns look good.

DropKick also degrades gracefully: if the user has javascript disabled everything will continue as normal using your regular <select> elements. And it works on on IE7 and 8 too.

Published under: Forms | License Free

TN3 Gallery is a full fledged HTML based customizable image gallery with slideshow, transitions and multiple album options. This is compatible with all modern desktop and mobile browsers. Powered by jQuery.

With TN3 Gallery you can easily create amazing photo galleries and slideshows with slick transition effects, as well as multiple albums, CSS skinning, XML and Flickr support with a host of additional features.

The full version of TN3 Gallery ships with three skins. Besides editing the default skin style sheet, you can also create your own skin HTML and CSS files from scratch. Galleries can be divided into albums and a single image can be used across any number of albums. Mouse wheel navigation can be enabled to allow users to scroll through the images in the gallery using their mouse scroll wheel. To simplify implementation on larger sites, the option to specify images in an external XML file is included.

This contest will run from June 29, 2011 to July 08, 2011 and we will select the winner randomly. Result can be announced any day before July 15, 2011 so keep visiting here or subscribe to our rss feed to get the latest updates. To participate in the contest and win TN3 Gallery, All you have to do is :

1. Just leave a comment.

2. Use valid email ID in the email box.

3. Make sure that you are following @Qink_NET and @tn3gallery on twitter and subscribe our rss feed to track this contest and for future updates.

4. And that’s it!

So, what are you waiting for now? Let’s participate in the contest and good luck!

 

Update : The Winner was @Mnht20 , Thank you all for joining us .. wait for more.

Published under: Gallery

TN3 Gallery is a full fledged HTML based customizable jQuery image gallery with slideshow, transitions and multiple album options. It is compatible with all modern desktop and mobile browsers. And it is powered by our beloved jQuery.

With TN3 Gallery you can easily create amazing photo galleries and slideshows with multiple albums, image preloading, dynamic image sizing, mouse wheel navigation, optional captions, thumbnail carousel, CSS skinning, XML and Flickr support.

TN3 Photo Gallery looks really clean and easy to use. There are 5 transition styles you can choose to use, including fade, slide, blinds, grid and none. All transition styles are very smooth. It works really well on photo or image gallery sites.

You can download the free lite branded version for the basic functionality, or the unbranded professional version for extended features. What are you waiting for?

TN3 Gallery: Slick and Easy to Use jQuery Image Gallery

Published under: Gallery

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

The jQuery documentation is great, very complete, nicely written and with a lot of examples and demos. However, it is difficult to find the right documentation for what we search for. Try to search for the .is() function for example. Over 100 matches before the actual function we are looking for. And it is a fixed layout.

jQAPI is an Alternative jQuery Documentation, which is very fast and slick. The navigation becomes much more easier. And the style is clean and comfortable to use. In my opinion, it should be the best alternative jQuery documentation out there.

Published under: Information | License Free

Orman Clark has designed a pretty slick compact music player interface in PSD some time ago. Now, someone has coded the design into an awesome HTML5 Music Player in jQuery for us. The user interface is very clean and easy to use. You can also check out other HTML5 Music and Audio Solutions for jQuery we have mentioned before.

jQuery HTML5 Music Player

Published under: Sound | License Free

Marko Dugonjić teaches us how to Create Fancy Checkboxes and Radio Buttons in forms with a typical markup, a few lines of CSS and some JavaScript functions. He has also provided the jQuery version too.

You should also take a look at other Useful Forms Plugins / Resources we have mentioned on WebAppers some time ago. Of course, they are all free.

Published under: Forms | License Free

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

jVectorMap is a jQuery plugin employed to show vector maps and visualize data on HTML pages. It uses SVG in all modern browsers like Firefox 3 or 4, Safari, Chrome, Opera, IE9, while legacy support for older versions of IE from 6 to 8 is provided with VML.

Using jVectorMap is pretty simple. All you need is to include JavaScript and CSS files. While initializing map you can  also provide parameters to change its look and feel easily.

Published under: Maps | MIT License