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perfect-scrollbar - Minimalistic but perfect custom scrollbar plugin

  •    Javascript

To read documentation for versions < 1.0, please visit v0.8.1. perfect-scrollbar is minimalistic but perfect (for me, and maybe for most developers) scrollbar plugin.

jQuery-slimScroll

  •    JQuery

small jQuery plugin that transforms any div into a scrollable area with a nice scrollbar. Demo and more:

reactScrollbar - Scrollbar component for React

  •    Javascript

Simple ScrollArea component built for React. For React 0.13 you need to wrap <ScrollArea> child into a function.




simple-scrollbar - Very simple and lightweight vanilla javascript library for creating a custom scrollbar cross-browser

  •    Javascript

Very simple vanilla javascript library for creating a custom scrollbar cross-browser and cross-devices. It was developed for evergreen browsers, but it works both on IE10 and IE11 either.

vuescroll - A customizable, smooth-scroll scrollbar based on Vue

  •    Javascript

It is compitable with both PC and mobile phone. Support customize scrollbar, including setting rail/bar's backgroundColor , opacity,and setting bar's keepShow or not.


scrollbar-style - A node module to detect the scroller style ("overlay" or "legacy") on OS X

  •    C++

This package detects the preferred scroller style for Atom on OS X using the +preferredScrollerStyle method on NSScroller. For compatibility, this library always returns "legacy" on Windows and Linux.

ng-scrollbar - A custom scrollbar written in pure AngularJS

  •    Javascript

A custom scrollbar written in pure AngularJS.Works with the mouse and on touch screen.

TOScrollBar - An interactive scroll bar for traversing comically massive scroll views.

  •    Objective-C

TOScrollBar is a UI component that can be inserted into UIScrollView instances, allowing the user to traverse the entire scroll view in one swiping gesture. It has been designed to appear and behave like a standard system control, and has been optimized to ensure it has minimal impact on scroll performance.

jquery.minimap - A Sublime Text-like "minimap" for in-page navigation.

  •    Javascript

This plugin provides a "minimap" for in-page navigation, similar to that in Sublime Text 2. This came from UX discussions while redesigning Janrain's documentation site. Specifically, we tried to include long-form narrative content as much as possible, with lots of screenshots, tables, and inline graphics. We made good use of jQuery waypoints for in-page navigation, but we felt that even so, users would want a better way to orient themselves to where they are on the page, and an easier way to jump to the section they want.

ember-perfect-scroll - Perfect scroll component as an Ember cli addon

  •    Javascript

This is just a wrapper as an Ember component around perfect-scrollbar. Addon provides only ps-content class alongside with default classes.

jquery-scrollable - A jQuery plugin that enables custom scrollbars

  •    Javascript

This plugin adds customizable scrollbars to any element. You can style the scrollbars using CSS. Include the CSS file.

jquery.smoothscroll - スムーススクロールでページ内移動するためのプラグイン。

  •    Javascript

スムーススクロールでページ内移動するためのプラグイン。

Optiscroll - Custom scrollbars for modern webapps. Supercharge the native scroll!

  •    Javascript

Optiscroll is an tiny (9kB min / 3.9kB gzip) and highly optimized custom scrollbar library for modern web apps. Optiscroll aims to be as light as possible in order to not affect the performance of your webapp. Optiscroll does not replace the scrolling logic with Javascript. It only hides native scrollbars and allows you to style the fake scrollbars as you like. Moreover, Optiscroll adds custom events and methods to extend browser scroll functionalities.

scrolly

  •    Javascript

Aim is a fast + good looking scrollbar with zero dependencies, small size & major browsers support. So, the Browser Support is same as for MutationObserver, works in all modern browsers for Desktop and Mobile. See example usage: gulp watch and open /react. Or just look at public/react/index.html in this repo.