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Attractive Experimental Plugins for JavaScript


Introduction


I love different experiments with JavaScript. They allow us to look in the future and see how exciting it will be. When you will be viewing this collection, probably you will think of the recent king Adobe Flash, and then you realize how fast CSS and JavaScript took the throne away from it. Modern browsers allow us to use a variety of different effects and animations without any limitations. However, the word "experimental" means a number of limitations, such as the incorrect displaying in some browsers (IE), in addition, these plugins will be as conceptual addition to the personal pages, and not for use in the large projects.

Meny
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Meny is a three-dimensional menu, which saves some space on the screen and looks great itself. When we select it using a mouse (or on the touchscreen), the menu pops-up with the great effect.

Makisu
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It is a great CSS 3D menu that causes the wow effect for those who use it for the first time.

Tilt Shift
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This plugin is for jQuery, which uses CSS3 filters to reproduce tilt-shift effects for the lenses. One of them is Instagram. It works only in Chrome and Safari 6.

Reveal
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It is a well-known plugin, which many people use to create presentations in CSS. Presentation can be controlled using the arrow keys on your keyboard.

Forkit
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It is an experimental animated tab that provides the additional content. You must see!

Scroll Effects
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This is a collection of very cool scrolling effects. Although the development stage is listed as "an experimental", the effects are supported by Chrome/Safari/FF/iOS/Android 4.x.

Zoom
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Zoom.js is another highly experimental plugin, which is used for the zooming of DOM elements. The using principle is similar to the mobile browsers, namely a user by double tap brings closer an interesting element of the page.

Real Shadow
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This plugin is for jQuery, which generates photorealistic shadows. Do you want to cause the wow effect on the main page? Then this is for you.

Loader
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This is a small plugin for jQuery that demonstrates downloading. Why do not you replace with it your progress horizontal bars?

TurnJS
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The plugin is used to create interactive books, including several effects of turning the page. It works on mobile devices, as well for downloading pages it allows using Ajax. It requires jQuery and supports all major browsers.

What experimental plugins do you use?
BumBum 19 december 2012, 19:37
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