10 fresh jQuery plugins – AJAX
Today I selected the most interesting AJAX jQuery plugins that have emerged over the last month. Here are different plugins like terminal, paging, chart, shopping cart etc.
This plugin display interactive terminal at your website. This is not FTP or SSH terminal – this is custom terminal with custom commands which you can define. Online demo you can find here.
2. jQuery Paging
This plugin attempts to solve the problem of pagination in various ways. It eliminates most other pagination implementation by a simple and straightforward callback design.. Online demo you can find here.
3. jQuery Gantt Chart
This is chart plugin that implements gantt functionality with possibilities to: read json data, paging results, display different colours for each task, display short description as hints, mark holidays etc. Online demo you can find here.
4. plum.Shop – A jQuery Shopping Cart
6. jQuery dynamic content loading
This plugin allows you to easily make your website utilise dynamic content loading and HTML5’s history management to preserve the back/forward button functions. No need to change your existing code and degrades gracefully for browsers that don’t support this functionality. Online demo not provided, but I tested it at localhost – can confirm that this demo working.
7. Ajaxy Photo Gallery with Custom Images Sets
Simple and nice jQuery gallery which will load images ‘ajaxy’. Also our gallery will support working with predefined custom sets of images. Online demo you can find here.
8. Ajax jQuery Slider with Blinds Effect
Ajax jQuery Slider with Blinds Effect is a really amazing plugin, with unique transition effects. It has flexible configuration, auto slide, navigation box, it links images and is free for non-profit use. Online demo you can find here.
9. Marco Polo
One of modifications of autocomplete plugins. Online demo you can find here.
This plugin allow us to edit content inline using ajax. Unfortunately the demo is missing too.
Hope that our new collection of new jQuery plugins was really interesting for you. Good luck!
That jQuery Gantt Chart is the bees knees. I can’t wait to play around with it and see if it might be something we can work with. Thanks for sharing it!