jQuery.IO (GitHub: sporto / jqueryio.js, License: _MIT) by Sebastian Porto can be used to convert between form data, query strings, and JSON strings. It uses
JSON.parse, and comes with tests and a Grunt build script.
$.io.form($('form')).object(), and the output has form names as keys rather than the array results .serializeArray returns.
Animated Table Sorter (GitHub: matanhershberg / animatedtablesorter, License: MIT, jquery: AnimatedTableSorter) by Matan Hershberg is a table sorting plugin that moves rows using
.animate when they're reordered.
All you need to do is call
.tableSort() on a table. CSS and images have been provided for styling the selected column and sort direction.
In this version the CSS classes are all prefixed with
pic-, so you can use them like this:
<i class="pic-trash"></i>. This might prove useful if you're looking for a quick way to reuse jQuery UI's icons without using the rest of jQuery UI. I licensed Glyphicons Pro myself because I find myself using them so much.