e2 AJAX Gallery
JonDesign’s SmoothGallery 2.0
A really great AJAX gallery built in a lightbox style. Tons of features. Check out the site for a full list.
Phatfusion- Image Menu
An excellent example of an image based menu. Features include, onClick event keeps selected item open.Click open item to close. Specify a function for the onClick event. Auto open when the page loads.
This lightbox is an extended version of Slimbox and has the following features, The ability to specify a containing div rather than just the body. Place the next/previous buttons in the footer. Add a description with html markup.
Slimbox, the Ultimate Lightweight Lightbox Clone
Slimbox is a 7kb visual clone of the popular Lightbox JS v2.0 by Lokesh Dhakar, written using the ultra compact mootools framework. It was designed to be small, efficient, more convenient and 100% compatible with the original Lightbox v2.
dhtmlGoodies Image Slideshow Script
A very easy to configure AJAX Slideshow script from dhtmlGoodies.
Google AJAX Feed API
The Slide Show is a simple to use application of the Google AJAX Feed API that is designed to let you add photo slide shows to your pages, sites, and blogs. The slide show control takes photo feeds from all popular sites, such as PhotoBucket, Flickr, and Picasa Web Albums. Any feeds that use Media RSS can be used without customization. However, the slide show control allows any photo-based feed to be accomodated, such as iTunes feeds similar to those found in the Tune Bar solution or the custom feed example below.
jQuery Cycle Plugin
The jQuery Cycle Plugin is a lightweight slideshow plugin. Its implementation is based on the InnerFade Plugin by Torsten Baldes, the Slideshow Plugin by Matt Oakes, and the jqShuffle Plugin by Benjamin Sterling. It supports pause-on-hover, auto-stop, auto-fit, before/after callbacks, click triggers and many transition effects. It also supports, but does not require, the Metadata Plugin and the Easing Plugin. The plugin provides a method called cycle which is invoked on a container element. Each child element of the container becomes a “slide”. Options control how and when the slides are transitioned.
Rich Ajax slide shows with DHTML and XML
Personal image-management applications such as Apple iPhoto on the Macintosh have popularized the slide show view. In a slide show, the images appear in a timed sequence, with images fading in and out. In addition, the images are moved and zoomed in what has become known as the “Ken Burns Effect.” In this example, I have the browser download a list of images from the server. Then, I use that list of images to compose a slide show using Dynamic HTML (DHTML). I animate the images with random slow moves, zooms, and fades to give a pleasing version of the Ken Burns Effect without having to download Macromedia(R) Flash or any other heavyweight animation tools.
WebTwo Ajax SlideShow