Swipebox is a jQuery lightbox plugin that’s been optimised for both mobile and desktop devices using swipe gestures for mobile and keyboard navigation for desktop. This plugin supports CSS transitions with jQuery fallback, retina support for UI icons. It’s compatible with modern desktop and mobile browsers, including IE8 and up, iOS 4+, Android, Windows Phone and more.
MaskifySlider is an extremely simple jQuery plugin that which enables you to create an image slider with the effect of an image mask. The plugin will automatically offset the images position according to the spacing between their placeholders, giving the impression that it’s only one masked image.
jAutochecklist is a jQuery plugin that help you to create an user-friendly HTML list which can be used to replace the old tradition select list
hColumns is a jQuery plugin that looks like Mac OS X Finder’s column view for the hierarchical data.
Inspired heavily by the jQuery Masonry plugin the Shapeshift jQuery plugin will dynamically arrange a collection of elements into a column grid system similar to Pinterest. What sets it apart is the ability to drag and drop items within the grid while still maintaining a logical index position for each item. This allows for the grid to be rendered exactly the same every time Shapeshift is used, as long as the child elements are in the correct order.
Chardin.js is a jQuery plugin that creates a simple overlay to display instructions on existent elements. This plugin was inspired by the recent Gmail new composer tour.
flickrBomb by Zurb provides an easy way for you to fill your prototypes with relevant content, and not just those dull gray placeholder images.
VerticalShift is a jQuery plugin which allows a row of elements to be condensed to fit within a parent element. This will allows more objects in a smaller space, yet providing an easy way view all the objects and with a simple mouse hover over the element it will enlarged to show its full content.
11. Photoset Grid
The Photoset Grid is a simple jQuery plugin to arrange images into a flexible grid, based on Tumblr’s photoset feature. Originally the plugin was created for our Style Hatch Tumblr themes as a way to use the photoset grid in responsive layouts.
Retinise.js is a really simple jQuery plugin which ‘retinises’ your inline images, and because it uses ‘data-src’ instead of ‘src’ it means it only ever serves up the image you need, saving you and your users bandwidth. This plugin is really small and really easy to use.