Snap.js (GitHub: jakiestfu / Snap.js, License: MIT) also by Jacob is another dependency-free UI component. This one is for creating mobile-style navigation menus that appear when clicking a button or dragging the entire view. It uses CSS3 transitions, and has an event-based API so it’s easy to hook it into existing interfaces.
A great, touch- and desktop-friendly, responsive navigation. Nice interaction, though it clearly won’t be for everyone.
A tiny USB dongle lets you use two hands, in mid-air, to interact with your webpages. Looks like it will take some practice, but also looks very promising!
While the presentation is short, there are several golden chunks of information here:
Draggabilly makes drag-and-drop really easy, even on touch devices:
Chris Coyier demonstrates a cool tablet feature, then explains how to replicate it using CSS and JS:
Chris Wilson writes a nice intro-to-middle article about Touch, Mouse (and Pointer):
But the best part, to me, was a link to an article showing how to emulate Touch events in desktop Chrome: