A tutorial on how to create a responsive image gallery with a thumbnail carousel using Elastislide. Inspired by Twitter’s “user gallery” and upon a request to show an integration of Elastislide, we want to implement a responsive gallery that adapts to the view-port width.
What is Blueberry?
Blueberry is an experimental opensource jQuery image slider plugin which has been written specifically to work with fluid/responsive web layouts.
A brief history With the popularity of smart phones and tablet devices responsive/fluid web layouts
Free without restrictions
What’s this all about then?
RefineSlide is a simple jQuery plugin for displaying responsive, image-based content (with shiny animations). CSS transitions are used wherever possible, which currently makes for varied performance across browsers and platforms.
HI THERE. First of all excuse me for my bad english, second excuse me if you will find some bugs on Camera slideshow. I developed it for free, so it’s not easy to find the time to work on it. If you want to help me with a donation I’ll appreciate 🙂
I want to give back to the community by sharing the code used for the responsive slider on the homepage. Please keep in mind that it’s still very raw (really) and under the MIT LICENSE, which basically means: break it, steal it but THE STUFF IS PROVIDED “AS IS”!
ResponsiveSlides.js is a tiny jQuery plugin that creates a responsive slider using elements inside a container. It has been used on sites like Microsoft’s Build 2012 and Gridset App. ResponsiveSLides.js works with wide range of browsers including all IE versions from IE6 and up.
Elastislide is a responsive image carousel that will adapt fluidly in a layout. It is a jQuery plugin that can be laid out horizontally or vertically with a pre-defined minimum number of shown images.
With the responsive awakening in web design it becomes important to not only take care
A little information about FlexSlider
About FlexSlider FlexSlider was built to serve up the best responsive jQuery slider around. I had built a few implementations of responsive sliders on different client projects and noticed that there was a glaring hole for plugin support