JavaScripting

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


  • Modules Webmake

    Bundle CommonJS/Node.js modules for web browser

    23%
  • Min Pub Sub

    198 byte publish/subscribe messaging micro-framework

    18%
  • Ng Sweet Alert

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

    14%
  • Flow Js

    Javascript Library for Multi-step Asynchronous Logic

    13%
  • Js Cache

    jsCache is a javascript library that enables caching of javascripts, css-stylesheets and images using my localStorage polyfill. This is especially useful when serving your website for mobile phones, which have limited HTTP caching available, but also speeds up your site in an ordinary web browser as it saves HTTP requests and loads all files asynchronously.

    13%
  • Vis

    Dynamic, browser-based visualization library

    78%
  • Platform.js

    A platform detection library that works on nearly all JavaScript platforms.

    62%
  • Amplify

    AmplifyJS is a set of components for data management and application communication.

    42%
  • Vue Moment

    Handy Moment.js filters for your Vue.js project.

    46%
  • Inject

    AMD and CJS dependency management in the browser

    27%
  • Cram

    Simple AMD and CommonJS module bundler.

    10%
  • Routie

    a tiny javascript hash router

    28%
  • Robotjs

    Node.js Desktop Automation.

    80%
  • jTypes

    jTypes is the most comprehensive and robust JavaScript library for overcoming differential inheritance with prototype-based objects. Its lightweight yet powerful design provides web programmers on any platform or browser the ability to emulate classical inheritance where objects are defined by classes.

    10%
  • Hermes.js

    Message and Error logger implementation

    3%
  • UA Parser

    Lightweight JavaScript-based User-Agent string parser. Supports browser & node.js environment. Also available as jQuery plugin.

    81%
  • Node Browserify

    browser-side require() the node.js way

    82%