jQuery Infinite Drag A jQuery plugin that helps you create an infinite wall interface. As you drag the wall in a viewport, previously occluded tiles are created. You can hook onto events to generate custom tiles.
Gridly is a jQuery plugin to enable dragging and dropping as well as resizing on a grids. In the example below try tapping or dragging any of the bricks.
jQuery.Udraggable jQuery plugin to make elements draggable by mouse or touch.
This plugin provides an API similar to jQueryUI’s draggable but with support for unified mouse and touch events. It builds on Michael S. Mikowski’s jquery.event.ue unified event plugin.
Interactive 3D Create a 3D interactive object using images and one simple JS call. jQuery Interactive 3D let you create a 3D interactive object using several images as frames allowing the user to drag around and manipulate the image. This plugin is perfect for showcasing your product on the web.
Dragon smart scrolling jQuery plugin. Ajust scroll mechanics and customize scroll bar.
- Scroll on drag
- Wheel fullfil
- Extended keyboard scrolling
- Metro style
- One instance
- Customizable scrollbars
- Smoth pagination plugin
- Touch scroll
Gridmanager A way of building rows and grids with built in editable regions; requires jQuery, jQueryUI, Bootstrap 3.x, & optional TinyMCE or CKEditor.
Touch-dnd Advanced touch-compatible Drag and Drop library providing Draggable, Droppable and Sortable for Zepto.js and jQuery.
Guillotine jQuery plugin to crop images within an area (fully responsive), allowing to drag (touch support), zoom and rotate.
jQuery Dragmove Extension for draggable functionality on desktop & mobile. Lightweight jQuery extension for enabling draggable functionality on DOM elements without requiring the
jQuery UI library. Compatible with trackpads, touch devices, and standard computer mice.
Form Builder The very best jQuery form builder. jQuery and HTML5 Form Builder.
This form builder allow users to create simple web forms by dragging and dropping form elements. When users save the form, the plugin serialise the active state of the form to a JSON string so it can be saved and later rendered. Also included is a
formLoader PHP class that convert the JSON string back into a usable web form. If you’re not sure, take the demo for a test drive.