JavaScripting

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


  • FloraJS

    FloraJS is a JavaScript framework for simulating natural systems in a web browser.

    19%
  • Mosaiqy

    Mosaiqy it's a jQuery plugin to organize and show image thumbnails and zoom, easy to integrate also with Flickr, Instagram, Panoramio and other. Check carefully the homepage project and source code for full detail, licensing, legal notices and copyright

    8%
  • Shader School

    A workshopper for GLSL shaders and graphics programming

    61%
  • 3 Dmol.js

    WebGL accelerated JavaScript molecular graphics library

    44%
  • P2.js

    JavaScript 2D physics library

    58%
  • Snap.svg

    The JavaScript library for modern SVG graphics.

    77%
  • Webgl Workshop

    The sequel to shader-school: Learn the WebGL API

    44%
  • Focal Point

    A small set of CSS classnames to help keep images cropped on the focal point for responsive designs. Using only HTML/CSS, web authors can specify an image's focal point, which stays as the image's primary focus, while the image's available width changes on responsive webpages. Crop and re-size images depending on available width and let CSS to do all of the work, and without any JavaScript.

    31%
  • Mapmap.js

    A data-driven API for interactive thematic maps

    15%
  • Obelisk.js

    JavaScript Engine for Building Isometric Pixel Element with HTML5 Canvas

    47%
  • Soc.js

    An easier way to create social icons

    3%
  • Im.js

    Image Match - Project to allow compare different images pixel by pixel with good performance

    3%
  • Chocolat

    Chocolat : Responsive jQuery Lightbox Plugin

    51%
  • Baguette Box.js

    Simple and easy to use lightbox script written in pure JavaScript

    59%
  • Liquidfun

    2D physics engine for games

    65%
  • Blueberry

    A jQuery image slider plugin written specifically for responsive web design.

    11%
  • Intense Images

    A simple library to view large images up close using simple mouse interaction, and the full screen.

    55%