jQuery Loading Plugins
mkPullFresh is a small and easy jQuery pull/swipe to refresh plugin to load more content into the current page just like the native mobile app.
A minimal, animated circle loading indicator plugin for jQuery projects. The loading spinner is written in pure CSS/CSS3.
The Async Google Maps jQuery plugin defers the loading of a Google Map (embedded into your page via iframe) until it is scrolled into view.
A lightweight yet useful jQuery plugin for lazy loading a single or multiple scripts to speed Up your websites and improve the user experience.
loadingoverlay.js is a simple, flexible jQuery plugin which shows a highly customizable loading overlay with custom spinners while loading some data within a specific container.
Automatically or manually loads more content from server via AJAX when continuously scrolling the content area to the bottom of the page.
jCirclize is a small yet customizable jQuery percentage/progress gauge plugin that draws an animated circle/ring on a canvas element to represent percentage data.
lazy-images is a jQuery lazy loader plugin to boost the page load speed by delay the loading of images until they're scrolled into view.
A tiny and easy jQuery infinite scroll plugin that dynamically loads more content as you scroll down to the bottom of the page or by pressing the 'Load More' button.
LoadGo is a jQuery plugin which creates a CSS3 animated overlay on your image to make it transparent and fill with color relative to a percentage value.
Just another inline loading indicator plugin for action buttons that convert the icon inside the button into an animated Font Awesome spinner when clicked.
waitingFor is a lightweight jQuery plugin used to display a loading indicator popup using Bootstrap modal and progress bar components.
A minimal, animated, CSS-only, 4-dot spinner component for content loaders or page preloaders. jQuery is only used to start and stop the loading spinner as per your needs.
The Postify jQuery plugin provides an elegant way to lazy load images that load specific images after the main part of your webpage has been loaded.