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FullCalendar (GitHub: arshaw /
fullcalendar, GPL/MIT Dual
License) by Adam Shaw is an incredibly elaborate jQuery calendar plugin.
It reminds me of Google's calendar, but he's also got a jQuery UI
themed demo which
shows a calendar with a theme. It doesn't support editing, but it would
be possible to add support using the events, which are listed in
Even better, the project comes with
tests and a Makefile! It's not often I come across jQuery plugins that are packaged this well,
Capty (GitHub: wbotelhos /
capty, MIT License) by Washington
Botelho is a little plugin that displays a caption over an image based
If the image has a
name attribute with a selector, it'll
use the selector for the caption's content (see the A custom caption
with a external content example).
The author has more interesting plugins on his GitHub account,
wbotelhos. In particular the Wizard plugin caught my eye, which I
thought was something to do with incredible magical powers, but it's
actually just for making multi-stage form wizards.
Michaël Vanderheeren has been working on his
Absolution jQuery UI theme. This theme uses CSS3, and has some interesting demos:
He's been making a lot of small tweaks lately so it uses more CSS3 and
looks cleaner than before.
This is one of the themes I previously covered in a general jQuery UI