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Tagged: jquery

jQuery.mmenu, app look-alike menus with sliding submenus image/svg+xml

Looking for that true native app look and feel for your mobile menu? Stop searching, you found it!

No matter how large your nested menu structure is, everyone already is familiar with the sliding submenus used in native apps. Adding a fixed header, search field and subitem counters make navigating your menu even easier.

Looks like a solid app menu implementation. Also available as a WordPress plugin.

smoothState.js image/svg+xml

smoothState.js is a jQuery plugin that progressively enhances page loads to give us control over page transitions. If the user’s browser doesn’t have the required features, smoothState.js fades into the background and never runs.

I’ve often looked at the pushState() method, but I’ve always shied away from using it as it seemed fiddly and prone to breaking. This jQuery plugin looks pretty good though, so I might actually give it a try.

noty – a jQuery Notification Plugin image/svg+xml

NOTY is a jQuery plugin that makes it easy to create alert – success – error – warning – information – confirmation messages as an alternative the standard alert dialog.

Honestly, creating notifications with JavaScript really isn’t very difficult. That said, this is still a nice looking jQuery plugin and it should make the process even easier.

What’s New in jQuery 3 image/svg+xml

In a few weeks, jQuery will reach an important milestone with the release of version 3. jQuery 3 fixes a lot of bugs, adds new methods, deprecates and removes some functions, and changes the behavior of a few functions. In this article, I’m going to highlight the most important changes introduced by jQuery 3.

A nice walk-through of what’s new and what’s changed.