Backbonescreencasts.com is a place to have fun and learn all about how to build Backbone.js applications from the ground up. At time of writing, there are two screencast up there – “Backbone.js Quickly” and “Backbone.js on Rails“. You gotta pay for them, but they won’t break the bank at $9 each. I’ve watched and enjoyed “Backbone.js Quickly”.
Backbone Training is a great pointer to a load of useful backbone.js resources – some paid and some free.
DropKick.js: It is generally accepted that styling drop down lists are a pain. DropKick.js is a plugin that makes the job easier, and it plays nice in older browsers.
Money.js is a currency conversion library and it’s just 1KB in size.
jQuery boilerplate: jumpstart your jQuery plugin development.
jQuery Performance Tips and Tricks: When Addy Osmani speaks, you should listen. Performance optimisation is a crucial aspect of building ‘snappy’ client-side applications and something which all developers using jQuery should bear in mind. In Addy’s talk, he looks at some of the best practice, tips and tricks for improving the performance of your jQuery code.
Filter.js: is a client side search filtering using JSON and jQuery.
Recurly.js: Secure, PCI Compliant Transaction forms with fully customizable CSS.
Formly – a form glamorizer for jQuery. Useful plugin to add style and validation to your HTML forms.
Tooltipsy - is a jQuery tooltip plugin for control-obsessed designers. It give you complete control over the CSS, animation and position.
Yet another tooltip plugin – another nice tooltip jQuery plugin.
jQuery UI Map – a Google Maps plugin for jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile.
MobilyMap - is a jQuery plugin that can create a Google Maps-like, draggable interface from any image. It’s possible to add location-based markers and display information when any of the markers are clicked.