JavaScripting

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


  • Dojo

    Dojo saves you time and scales with your development process, using web standards as its platform. It’s the toolkit experienced developers turn to for building high quality desktop and mobile web applications.

    59%
  • Highland

    High-level streams library for Node.js and the browser

    59%
  • Remote Storage

    Client-side Javascript library to make apps compatible with a remote storage.

    58%
  • Fluxible

    A pluggable container for isomorphic flux applications

    58%
  • Sammy

    Sammy is a tiny javascript framework built on top of jQuery, It's RESTful Evented Javascript.

    57%
  • Redux Loop

    A port of elm-effects and the Elm Architecture to Redux that allows you to sequence your effects naturally and purely by returning them from your reducers.

    57%
  • Fast Memoize.js

    :rabbit: Fastest possible memoization library

    56%
  • Postal.js

    JavaScript pub/sub library supporting some advanced subscription features, plus message capture and replay

    56%
  • Chaplin

    An Application Architecture Using Backbone.js

    56%
  • Enyo

    A JavaScript application framework emphasizing modularity and encapsulation

    56%
  • Bootstrap.native

    If you are looking for Bootstrap without jQuery or vanilla Javascript for Bootstrap, this is the place to get started.

    56%
  • Cerebral

    A state controller with its own debugger

    55%
  • Nuclear Js

    Reactive Flux built with ImmutableJS data structures. Framework agnostic.

    55%
  • Aura

    A scalable, event-driven JavaScript architecture for developing widget-based applications. Works with Backbone.js and other frameworks.

    55%
  • Stampit

    Create objects from reusable, composable behaviors.

    55%
  • Sproutcore

    JavaScript Application Framework - JS library only

    55%
  • Loglevel

    Minimal lightweight logging for JavaScript, adding reliable log level methods to wrap any available console.log methods

    55%