Realistic jQuery and CSS3 clock – Codehim

Codehim Clock is an implementation of a realistic jQuery and CSS3 clock. Would you like to adjust it in your project?

Realistic analog CSS3 clock With jQuery

The Codehim Clock jQuery plugin lets you create a responsive, customizable, realistic Analog Clock with 3 size variables and optional second/date/day display. Codehim Clock is a well designed, adjustable and fully realistic jQuery and CSS3 based analog clock widget.

Codehim Clock is a well designed, adjustable and fully realistic jQuery and CSS3 based analog clock widget.

Main features:

– Clean and Attractive Design
– Fully Responsive, Adjustable and Customizable
– Available in 3 Sizes, X small, X large and Original Size 250 by 250
– CSS3 transformation based clock’s hands motion
– Stylish Date and day badge
– 100% Exact and Accurate Time (according to the server time)
– Automatically set time, create UI elements and other necessary things in HTML document
– User Friendly and Easy to Implement
– Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, IE7+, IOS, Android and windows phone supported

Codehim - realistic jQuery and CSS3 clock
Codehim – realistic jQuery and CSS3 clock

Sample

<div class="clock-place">
</div>
$(document).ready(function(){
  $(".clock-place").CodehimClock();
});

License: MIT

GitHub

https://github.com/CodeHimBlog/jquery-codehim-analog-clock

Docs and demo

https://codehimblog.github.io/jquery-codehim-analog-clock

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See also

Work with date and time in JavaScript? Try moment.js!

Github-like calendar heatmap – Cal-Heatmap

Month Calendar Plugin, Ajax-enabled – Zabuto Calendar

jQuery date & time input picker: pickadate.js

Date and Time operations in JavaScript – date-fns

Mobile friendly datepicker with React JS

Modern jQuery date picker plugin – DateSelect

jQuery time picker solution

Material time picker library – a timer picker written in ES6 and SASS

Analog and digital jQuery world clock plugin – jClocksGMT.js

Time difference in words: jQuery fuzzy timestamps plugin – timeago

Enjoy CSS3 clock!