JavaScripting

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


  • Backbone.stickit

    Backbone data binding, model binding plugin. The real logic-less templates.

    51%
  • JsRender

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

    50%
  • Nanobar

    Very lightweight progress bars. No jQuery

    50%
  • Montage

    Core framework: Montage simplifies the development of rich HTML5 applications by providing modular components, real-time two-way data binding, CommonJS dependency management, and many more conveniences. Join us on irc.freenode.net#montage or https://groups.google.com/d/forum/montagejs

    50%
  • Almond

    A minimal AMD API implementation for use after optimized builds

    50%
  • Machina.js

    js ex machina - finite state machines in JavaScript

    49%
  • Sift.js

    filter arrays using mongodb queries

    49%
  • Curl

    A small, fast module and resource loader with dependency management. (AMD, CommonJS Modules/1.1, CSS, HTML, etc.)

    49%
  • Blazy

    bLazy is a lightweight lazy loading and multi-serving image script. It's written in JavaScript why it doesn't have any dependencies for 3rd party libraries like jQuery. bLazy is working in all modern browser including IE7+.

    49%
  • Simplecart

    A simple javascript shopping cart that easily integrates with your current website.

    49%
  • Backbone Layout Manager

    A layout and template manager for Backbone.js applications.

    49%
  • React Templates

    Light weight templates for react

    48%
  • Humane.js

    A simple, modern, browser notification system

    48%
  • Across Tabs

    Easy communication between cross-origin browser tabs

    48%
  • Webshim

    Webshims Lib is a modular capability-based polyfill-loading library

    48%
  • Pg Mem

    An in memory postgres DB instance for your unit tests

    48%
  • 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%