Note: Some of the links in this post no longer exists. They have been crossed out.
I just read
an article (http://blarnee.com/wp/10-new-jquery-plugins-to-inspire/) about 10 jQuery plugins that can help to increase the creativity of web design (noted that there are actually 9 jQuery Plugins instead of 10 jQuery plugins mentioned on the article title) Some of these plugins have cool animation and some have nice styles. And since these plugins are open source, you can study their source code and create your own animations and effects. Here is the list of these plugins: Coda Bubble (http://www.myjquery.co.uk/docs/x/plugins/coda_bubble/coda_bubble.php)
- Facebook Style Wall Post
- Create an Interactive, Filterable Portfolio
- How to Make a Slideshow with a Transparent PNG Frame
Simple Toggle with CSS & jQuery (http://www.sohtanaka.com/web-design/easy-toggle-jquery-tutorial/) Captify (http://thirdroute.com/projects/captify/) Flickr Horizontal Menu (http://www.candesprojects.com/download/flickr-horizontal-menu/)
- EncyPlayer – jQuery Fancybox and Flowplayer Intergration
Also noted that in the article, each link to the jQuery plugin web page seems to be directed to
jqueryplugins.com, which is a jQuery plugins directory . Right now this website is currently in beta. Therefore, it doesn’t have a RSS feed to track of what are the newest jQuery plugins.
For more information about each plugin, visit the corresponding plugin homepage. Please read the
original article (http://blarnee.com/wp/10-new-jquery-plugins-to-inspire/) for an overview for all of the above plugins.