JavaScripting

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


  • Graphicsjs

    A lightweight JavaScript graphics library with the intuitive API, based on SVG/VML technology.

    40%
  • P5.js

    A JS client-side library for creating graphic and interactive experiences, based on the core principles of Processing. http://twitter.com/p5xjs —

    24%
  • Litegl.js

    Lightweight Javascript WebGL library for handling Context, Meshes, Textures and Shaders. Relies on glMatrix 2.0, very easy to use.

    29%
  • Whitestorm.js

    WhitestormJS physics + rendering of 3D

    70%
  • Js Barcode

    Barcode generation library that works in both the browser and on Node.js http://lindell.me/JsBarcode

    73%
  • Flux Slider

    CSS3 Animation based image transitions

    38%
  • Justified Gallery

    JQuery plugin that allows you to create a gallery with a justified grid. Fill all the spaces!

    53%
  • Riloadr

    Riloadr - A cross-browser framework-independent responsive images loader written in Javascript.

    23%
  • Obelisk.js

    JavaScript Engine for Building Isometric Pixel Element with HTML5 Canvas

    47%
  • Baguette Box.js

    Simple and easy to use lightbox script written in pure JavaScript

    59%
  • Prettyphoto

    prettyPhoto is a jQuery based lightbox clone. Not only does it support images, it also add support for videos, flash, YouTube, iFrames. It’s a full blown media lightbox. The setup is easy and quick, plus the script is compatible in every major browser.

    36%
  • Jail

    JqueryAsynchImageLoader Plugin for jQuery

    31%
  • Glfx.js

    An image effects library for JavaScript using WebGL

    49%
  • Comic.js

    Cartoon style drawing for HTML5 Canvas & Raphael.js & D3.js & SVG.js

    10%
  • Drawingboard.js

    A canvas based drawing app that you can integrate easily on your website.

    50%
  • Cycle2

    2nd gen cycling

    38%
  • Baraja

    Baraja is a jQuery plugin that allows to move elements in a card-like fashion and spread them like one would spread a deck of cards on a table.

    17%