|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Selectize.js||12,916||600||105||10 days ago||7||July 12, 2018||37||apache-2.0||SCSS|
|Selectize is the hybrid of a textbox and <select> box. It's jQuery based, and it has autocomplete and native-feeling keyboard navigation; useful for tagging, contact lists, etc.|
|An enhanced HTML 5 file input for Bootstrap 5.x/4.x./3.x with file preview, multiple selection, and more features.|
|jquery tree plugin|
|A jQuery Plugin to make masks on form fields and HTML elements.|
|A very lightweight jQuery plugin to lazy load images|
|Highly customizable custom scrollbar jQuery plugin, featuring vertical/horizontal scrollbars, scrolling momentum, mouse-wheel, keyboard and touch support etc.|
|A jQuery plugin that enables HTML5 placeholder behavior for browsers that aren’t trying hard enough yet|
|Animsition||3,749||21||1||3 years ago||8||April 26, 2016||76||mit||CSS|
|A simple and easy jQuery plugin for CSS animated page transitions.|
|Bootstrap Multiselect||3,559||82||21||8 months ago||4||August 01, 2021||290||other||HTML|
|JQuery multiselect plugin based on Twitter Bootstrap.|
|a responsive equal heights plugin|
jsTree is jquery plugin, that provides interactive trees. It is absolutely free, open source and distributed under the MIT license.
jsTree is easily extendable, themable and configurable, it supports HTML & JSON data sources, AJAX & async callback loading.
jsTree functions properly in either box-model (content-box or border-box), can be loaded as an AMD module, and has a built in mobile theme for responsive design, that can easily be customized. It uses jQuery's event system, so binding callbacks on various events in the tree is familiar and easy.
You also get:
For more information, examples and API docs head on over to the wiki page and jstree.com. Feel free to ask any questions on the discussions board. The PHP demos are now in a separate repository.
Please do NOT edit files in the "dist" subdirectory as they are generated via grunt. You'll find source code in the "src" subdirectory!
If you want to you can always sponsor me or donate a small amount to help the development of jstree.
Copyright (c) 2020 Ivan Bozhanov (http://vakata.com)
Licensed under the MIT license.