Free jQuery animate.css Plugins
All the Free jQuery Plugins about 'animate.css' are listed here.
jAlert is a simple yet feature-rich jQuery plugin used to create fully configurable modals, dialogs and popups with cool CSS3 animations powered by animate.css.
Scrolla is an ultra-light (1kb) jQuery plugin which reveals DOM elements in viewport with Animate.css based CSS animations when scrolling down/up the webpage.
A tiny jQuery plugin for manipulating Animate.css animations on elements with additional features: duration, delay, easing, callback, and much more.
popup.js is a super tiny jQuery plugin to create a static inline modal popup with fancy CSS3 transitions based on Animate.css library.
CSS3 Animation Queue is a jQuery plugin that uses CSS3 animations to animate desired elements in sequence, when they're scrolled into view.
Aniview is a lightweight jQuery plugin which triggers Animate.css powered CSS3 animations when elements become visible in the viewport.
anisview.js is a viewport checker jQuery plugin which makes use of CSS3 animations to animate any elements into view when scrolling down or up the webpage.
Protip is a powerful jQuery / HTML5 / CSS3 tooltip plugin used to display interactive, heavily customizable tooltips with fancy CSS3 animations based on Animate.css.
The jQuery Revealer plugin uses Animate.css to animate DOM elements within the document when they become visible on scroll.
animateCSS is a very small jQuery plugin which applies configurable & customizable Animate.css based CSS3 animations to any DOM objects.
The Animate.js jQuery plugin makes it easier to apply Animate.css based CSS3 animations to any DOM elements with support for configurable duration and delay.
Yet another jQuery plugin for the scroll-triggered element reveal effect that animates the desired elements when they come into view using CSS3 animations.
The small anim-js jQuery plugin gives you complete control over the Animate.css based CSS3 animations on page load.
Animator is a super lightweight jQuery plugin that applies CSS3 animations (with variable animation speed) to any DOM elements using Animate.css library.
A lightweight and easy-to-use jQuery plugin which allows for creating fancy scrolling animations on any DOM elements using CSS3 animations based on Animate.css.
aniAuto is a tiny, flexible jQuery plugin which allows to create configurable, complex, Animate.css based CSS3 animations on any DOM elements.
k-animation is a simple to use jQuery plugin which allows to handle CSS3 based animations with custom delays, trigger events and callbacks.
Animate.css.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin used to handle / manage Animate.css based CSS3 animations with callbacks and promises support.
Timelify is a really simple jQuery plugin for creating a vertical timeline that animates events with the scroll event using Animate.css powered CSS3 animations.
Yet another jQuery scroll animation plugin which applies fancy CSS3 animations to specified elements when they come into view.
Slogan Roulette is a lightweight jQuery/Zepto plugin which allows to cycle through an array of words/phrases/sentences in your headings, titles or whatever.
Form Animation is a super tiny jQuery plugin which uses Animate.css to add cool CSS3 animations to your invalid form when submitting.
Animated is an ultra-light jQuery plugin which applies Animate.css powered cool CSS3 animations to your DOM elements when they are within the viewport.
Animate-Plus.js is a jQuery plugin worked with animate.css that allows you to apply multiple cross-browser CSS3 animations on any Html elements.
Animated is a jQuery plugin that adds fancy animate.css powered CSS3 animations to html elements as they come into view on vertical page scrolling.
A very simple jQuery plugin used to swap a list of words in your text with cool CSS3 animations based on animate.css.
janimate is a lightweight jQuery plugin that utilizes animate.css to apply fancy cross-browser CSS animations on any DOM elements.
byscroll is an ultra-light jQuery plugin which applies Animate.css powered CSS3 animations to html elements when they come into view.