Inspiration for Search UI Effects

Thursday, 09 February 2017

A couple of schematic, inspirational proof-of-concepts for how to show the search interface on a website using CSS animations.

Today we’d like to share a couple of ideas for search interaction effects with you. Mainly, we’d like to provide you with some inspiration for how to show the search interface in an interesting way...

Inferno is probably the fastest JavaScript UI library right now. It borrows heavily from React’s syntax and coding style, but is packed in a much slimmer and more performant package. Even if you don’t plan on using Inferno, go and check out it’s description and source code on GitHub – lot’s of JavaScript wisdom can be found there.

Muuri creates responsive, sortable, filterable and draggable grid layouts with lots of features in one library. Comparing to what's out there Muuri is a combination of Packery, Masonry, Isotope and jQuery UI sortable.

A collection of handy JavaScript and jQuery components for UI interactions, effects, and various other utilities. The package includes an infinite grid builder, animations, landscape/portrait detection, device and browser info, and other great mini-libraries.

Flat UI Free – Design Framework (html/css3/less/js). Flat UI is based on Bootstrap, a comfortable, responsive, and functional framework that simplifies the development of websites.

jQuery Entropizer is a simple, lightweight jQuery plugin that uses the Entropizer engine to calculate password entropy. It’s easy to set up and provides several hooks to customize the UI.

jQuery Picture Cut

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Picture Cut is a jQuery plugin that handles images in a very friendly and simple way, with a beautiful interface based on bootstrap or jQuery UI, has great features like ajax upload, drag image from explorer, image crop and others.

Bellows is a responsive, mobile-first accordion UI module for progressive disclosure on the web. Also Bellows supports jQuery.

jQuery, is it a popular buzzword or an effective JavaScript, what to say and how to define it? Yes, they both add values to the word jQuery. It is a popular JavaScript and a rocking word in the web industry nowadays. jQuery is being used by 40% of the websites nowadays. And, its demand is getting more and more because of its updated and feature content plugins. The functional boundaries are constantly getting pushed forward by the jQuery plugins because of the actual release of new plugins every now and then.