Here is another free jQuery plugin collection to create a timeline or display events in chronological order. Using these plugins you can create responsive, interactive and animated timelines. These plugins can be used to show events year by year, create portfolios or to develop any entity in an interactive way.
Timelify is a really simple jQuery plugin for creating a vertical timeline that animates events with the scroll event using Animate.css powered CSS3 animations.
Build a simple, interactive, historical timeline with HTML, CSS, and jQuery. The benefits of this timeline script are that it’s (1) simple, (2) able to handle nearly any form of content (including images, video, audio), (3) printer friendly, and highly customizable with just CSS and HTML.
TimelineMe is a simple-to-use jQuery plugin for rendering a responsive timeline on the webpage that works perfectly with most front-end frameworks.
Timeliny is a simple to use jQuery plugin for generating a responsive, interactive timeline that allows you to scroll through events.
Timeline is a responsive, jQuery-based generator that builds a timeline based on user input. It comes with a number of customization options out of the box such as displaying dates, alternating toggle, animation, and choosing which side it starts on. It comes with little to no styling other than what is required, so it can be styled to suite your specific needs.
This simple plugin helps you to give more life to the boring timelines. Supports horizontal and vertical layouts, and you can specify parameters for most attributes: speed, transparency, etc…
Yearline is a jQuery plugin for creating historic timelines based on year.
9. eeyellow Timeline
eeyellow Timeline is a lightweight and simple-to-use jQuery plugin used to generate a responsive, vertical timeline from plain HTML.
10. jQuery Vertical Timeline
jQuery Vertical timeline is a lightweight jQuery plugin to create responsive, animated, vertical timelines with plain HTML mark-up. It supports all the modern browsers which support CSS3 transitions and media queries.