2. Using jQuery and LiquidCanvas to Add Drop Shadows
I designed a new CSS-based layout for the page, and instead of trying to modify all of the existing drop shadow and border graphics to fit, I decided to use jQuery and the LiquidCanvas plugin to keep the page size small while retaining all of the visual effects.
3. jQuery Visualize Plugin-Accessible Charts and Graphs from Table Elements using HTML 5 Canvas
The jQuery Visualize plugin provides a simple method for generating bar, line, area, and pie charts from an HTML table, and allows you to configure them in a variety of way.
5. Library for simple drawing with jQuery
This Library for simple drawing with jQuery applies SVG (using Keith Wood plugin for jQuery) or canvas method if supported on the client browser (includes explorercanvas patch for ie). If not, applies methods derivate from the work of Walter Zorn for compatibility.
6. Draw – jQuery Drawing Plugin
7. jQuery Ink
The jQueryInk plugin is a widget for the jQuery UI library that provides a functionality of a canvas to be used for writing. It utilizes a HTML5 canvas and provides a functionality of writing strokes on it, erasing previously written strokes, selecting groups of strokes or clearing the whole canvas.
Introduces a new concept in web design: a browser-based GUI to modify any web page from the browser itself. Currently tested with the last versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 8 and 9.