jQuery API Tutorials For Web Designer and Web Developer
1. Google Maps Slider with jQuery
I found the API quite well done and easy to work with. For one thing, it’s fully evented. That means you can attach event listeners to different thing, like the map itself or things inside the map.
2. Google Places API – practice
We will use ordinary google maps plus extra library – Places (in order to use Google Places API). Our script will be able to search for address, objects, and also you can refine your search with extra params like: keyword, type and radius.
3. jQuery Picasa Plugin
Stream Picasa Albums without touching the Server.Here is the HTTP API for Picasa. There’s a lot to it, but all we need to do is list albums and list photos. And we want to do this using Google’s experimental Data API feature of course, the Partial Response.
4. simpleWeather : How to display weather with jQuery
A simple jQuery plugin to display the weather information for any location. The data is pulled from the public Yahoo! Weather feed via the YQL API.
5. jQuery Facebook Multi-Friend Selector Plugin
6. jQuery Flickr Photobar Gallery with Demo
The aim was to build a bottom photobar that one can easily integrate into a website. It is hidden initially and slides up when the handle is clicked.
7. jQuery : Extentions for three.js + jQuery with Demo
Is a thin library on top of three.js It is an extension system for people to write plugins. To help them share their code and build on top of each other. It mimics jquery api, well known for its usability.
8. Address Picker: Display Real Time Map Location in jQuery
A jQuery plugin with autocomplete and location on map features. It displays map for the selected address, even while you navigate in autocomplete suggestions.
9. jQuery FeedFetcher
A jQuery plugin that aggregates and embeds feed(s) from Facebook users, applications, and fan pages as well as tweets from given users and/or mentioning given users.
10. jQuery Lifestream
Show a stream of your online activity.The easiest way to get started is to create your own lifestream.
Did we miss anything?
If you have any jQuery API, leave a comment below and we’ll add it to the list.