JavaScripting

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


  • Responsive Slides

    Simple & lightweight responsive slider plugin (in 1kb)

    60%
  • Isomer

    Simple isometric graphics library for HTML5 canvas

    55%
  • Cropper

    A simple jQuery image cropping plugin.

    77%
  • Whitestorm.js

    WhitestormJS physics + rendering of 3D

    72%
  • Graphicsjs

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

    41%
  • Fotorama

    A simple, stunning, powerful jQuery gallery. Licensed under the MIT.

    48%
  • Soc.js

    An easier way to create social icons

    3%
  • Osmbuildings

    :city_sunrise: OSM Buildings

    30%
  • Foresight.js

    Foresight.js gives webpages the ability to tell if the user's device is capable of viewing high-resolution images (such as the 3rd generation iPad) before the image is requested from the server. Additionally, it judges if the user's device currently has a fast enough network connection for high-resolution images. Depending on device display and network connectivity, foresight.js will request the appropriate image for the webpage.

    47%
  • Paper.js

    The Swiss Army Knife of Vector Graphics Scripting – Scriptographer ported to JavaScript and the browser, using HTML5 Canvas. Created by @juerglehni & @jonathanpuckey

    83%
  • FloraJS

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

    20%
  • Html2canvas

    Screenshots with JavaScript

    89%
  • Bootstrap Lightbox

    A simple lightbox plugin based on the bootstrap modal plugin.

    42%
  • Jail

    JqueryAsynchImageLoader Plugin for jQuery

    32%
  • Breathing Halftone

    Images go whoa with lots of floaty dots

    14%
  • Screenfull.js

    Simple wrapper for cross-browser usage of the JavaScript Fullscreen API

    69%
  • 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%