Looking for a jQuery plugin for your next web or school project? It can be a pain to find the right and working plugin from the Internet but thanks to Pluginquery, you can now easily look for the most suitable and reliable jQuery plugin to add to your codebase.
Pluginquery has a clean search interface and activity graphs that will help you find the best jQuery plugins that will suit your requirements. This search engine maintains a database of jQuery plugins that (at least) have a public code repository (Github, Codeplex, Bitbucket) and have an RSS feed for repository activity.
As of writing, Pluginquery has a total of 980 jQuery plugins on its database. Users can search the database by typing in a keyword or find plugins via tags.
Here’s a sample of a jQuery plugin that’s stored in the PluginQuery database.
Although they track and store a lot of jQuery plugins on their database, there are so many plugins to discover and track so information on the Pluginquery database may not always be accurate.
Pluginquery is a useful tool for web developers that can help them easily find the right jQuery plugin for their projects. Next time you need a jQuery plugin, check out the official website.
Anyone here who’s into programming and web development who have tried this cool jQuery plugin search engine? How do you like it? Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.