This object can be used to display a marquee that scrolls automatically. It can make the elements inside a given element appear scrolling either horizontally or vertically, so as one contained element disappears, the following element appears. Optionally, the scrolling may stop if the user drags the mouse pointer over the scrolling element. The scrolling speed, the scrolling direction, and the elements seperator are also configurable options.
Highlighter JS is an object that highlights words in HTML pages. It searches for words inside given HTML page elements and encloses them within HTML tags to make the words appear differently. The search can optionally be case sensitive. The enclosing tags may have configurable CSS styles or custom handlers for click, mouseover, and mouseout events.
Easy Chart is an object to display several types of charts in Canvas elements. It takes the values, labels, and colors of each point and renders the chart in canvas elements of a given size. Currently, it supports rendering charts of types: line, scatter, column, bar, and pie. The chart background color, grid color and spacing, error, and mouse event handlers are configurable parameters.
Canvas Events is an object that can emulate mouse events on canvas elements. It extends the HTML 5 canvas context object for a given canvas element, and can register event handlers to be called when mouse events on the canvas element occur. Currently, it supports the events click, dblclick, mouseover, mouseout, mousemove, mouseup, and mousedown events.
Water drop can apply the water drop effect to Web page elements. It creates an animation effect on a given page element that seems like a drop of water appeared over that page element. The water drop color, the animation speed, and the drop expand and fade effects are configurable options. This object is available as a standalone object or as a jQuery plug-in.
Light source is an object which can apply a shadow to page elements based on the position of a light. It takes the identifier of a page element and changes its CSS atttributes which define shadow parameters depending on the position of a light source relative to the target element and its children elements. The shadow can be generated either with the shape of the text elements or the whole box of the target element.
Texpand expands textarea input as the user types the text. It listens to the events triggered when the user types or delete text in a textarea input. The object can adjust the dimensions of the textarea input to make the text fit in the visible area of the input. The minimum or maximum width and height of the textarea input are configurable parameters.