So far, we've applied filters using CSS3. This is perfect for lightweight solutions, but there may be occasions where we need to do more, and CSS3 won't suffice.
Enter jQuery! Over the next few pages, we'll take a brief look at applying filters using CamanJS as our example jQuery plugin. We'll then move on and see how easy (or complex) it is to create the same effects manually, without needing to rely on a third-party plugin.
CamanJS is one of the several plugins available for jQuery, which allows us to apply any number of filters; we can choose from either the preset ones that come with the library, or create our own combinations.
The plugin is available from http://camanjs.com/, and can ...