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Top jQuery Plugins of July 2012
Here we are at the end of another month, so it's time to get an overview of the most popular jQuery plugins from July 2012. No matter what kind of project you are developing, some of these plugins will definitely come in handy.

1. Repo.js

Repo.js is a light-weight Plugin that helps you to embed a Github repository onto your site. As a plugin or library author this is a great way to showcase the contents of a repo on a project page.

2. Gridster

A drag-and-drop multi-column grid plugin that allows building intuitive draggable layouts from elements spanning multiple columns. Additionally, You can dynamically add and remove elements from the grid.

3. HTML5 Sortable

A plugin for creating sortable lists and grids using native HTML5 drag and drop API.

4. FrameWarp

A plugin for showing certain pages in an overlay window. This comes handy if you want to reuse some page in different screens of your app.

5. Easy Pie Chart

A plugin to render simple pie charts for single values using canvas element. The plugin is highly customizable and very easy to implement.

6. iosSlider

A customizable & cross-browser content slider plugin that can be used as a carousel, scrolling website banner, or image gallery.

7. stickyMojo

A contained sticky sidebar. It is lightweight, fast, flexible and compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE8+ and will degrade gracefully in older versions of IE.

8. Twitter Fontana

An open-source alternative for those flash-based Twitter fountains, built using HTML5, CSS (SASS) and jQuery. It supports a fullscreen mode using the new HTML5 fullscreen API. Moreover, You can get messages from a specific set of pre-written sources instead of Twitter.

9. Flex

A plugin to build fluid asymmetrical animated grid. Flex is an idea inspired by the old flash homepage on Adidas.com

10. InputNotes

A plugin to add notes below form inputs and text areas based on regular expressions patterns.

11. Holder.js

A plugin to render image placeholders entirely on the client side. It works both online and offline, and offers a chainable API to style and create placeholders with ease.

12 . Form Accordion

A plugin for hiding and showing related form fields conditionally.

13. github-files

A plugin that pulls blobs from GitHub and render it on client-side with optionally syntax-highlighting.

* Enjoyed this roundup? check Best jQuery Plugins of June 2012.
* July wallpaper Designed by Anna Downer.

4 comments

  1. jQuery4u // August 1, 2012 at 9:41:00 AM GMT+10  

    Nice post mate some good ones in there!
    Sam

  2. Mike // August 1, 2012 at 9:43:00 AM GMT+10  

    Thanks Sam, glad you like it.

  3. Unknown // August 1, 2012 at 10:21:00 AM GMT+10  

    Excellent collection, thanks for posting.

  4. Anonymous // August 3, 2012 at 10:17:00 PM GMT+10  

    Really appreciate the time and effort that you put into these posts.

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