JavaScripting

The definitive source of the best
JavaScript libraries, frameworks, and plugins.


  • Backbone Associations

    Create object hierarchies with Backbone models; Respond to hierarchy changes using regular Backbone events.

    31%
  • Straw

    Realtime processing framework for Node.js

    20%
  • LABjs

    Loading And Blocking JavaScript: On-demand parallel loader for JavaScript with execution order dependencies

    46%
  • Portal Vue

    A Portal Component for Vuejs, for rendering DOM outside of a component, anywhere in the document.

    66%
  • Speakingurl

    Generate of so called "static" or "nice-looking" or "slug" or "SpeakingURL" from a string.

    44%
  • Ng Sweet Alert

    :loudspeaker: Sweetalert directive for angular js( angular sweetalert), without writing single javascript code

    14%
  • Next.js

    Next.js is a lightweight framework for static and server‑rendered applications.

    100%
  • Davis.js

    RESTful degradable JavaScript routing using pushState

    26%
  • Qooxdoo

    A Universal JavaScript Framework

    52%
  • Contra

    Asynchronous flow control with a functional taste to it

    31%
  • Stapes

    a (really) tiny Javascript MVC microframework

    27%
  • JsRender

    A light-weight but powerful templating engine, highly extensible, without DOM or jQuery dependency.

    50%
  • Hamsters.js

    100% Vanilla Javascript Multithreading & Parallel Execution Library

    32%
  • Immer

    Create the next immutable state by mutating the current one

    89%
  • Fluxxor

    Flux architecture tools for React

    47%
  • Pegasus

    Load data while still loading other scripts and display data faster in jQuery, Backbone, Angular, ... apps

    35%
  • Visibility.js

    Visibility.js allows you to determine whether your web page is visible to a user, is hidden in background tab or is prerendering. It allows you to use the page visibility state in JavaScript logic and improve browser performance by disabling unnecessary timers and AJAX requests, or improve user interface experience (for example, by stopping video playback or slideshow when user switches to another browser tab).

    48%