JavaScripting

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


  • Media Check

    Control JS with mediaqueries

    22%
  • Shake.js

    A custom 'shake' event plugin for mobile web browsers using device accelerometer.

    43%
  • React Native

    A framework for building native apps with React.

    100%
  • Agile

    Agile Css3 Engine

    23%
  • Pointer.js

    Pointer.js consolidates pointer-like input models across browsers and devices.

    19%
  • Jo

    Jo is a thin (~12K) candy shell for PhoneGap apps. It's an HTML5 mobile app framework which provides UI widgets, a flexible event model, a wrapper for sound, and a light data layer. Apps are skinnable with CSS3, and work everywhere PhoneGap does... and then some, including Adobe Air and OSX (desktop and dashboard).

    40%
  • Mobiscroll

    The customizable HTML5 spinner/scroller control for touch devices like smartphones and tablets

    53%
  • Responsible

    Responsible.js - Give visitors the choice of what mobile experience they want. Adds Toggle for mobile to desktop switching without page reloads

    8%
  • jQuery UI Touch Punch

    A duck punch for adding touch events to jQuery UI

    53%
  • Naver

    A jQuery plugin for responsive navigation.

    16%
  • Pressure

    :point_down::boom: JavaScript library for handling Force Touch, 3D Touch, and Pointer Pressure.

    52%
  • Fastclick

    Polyfill to remove click delays on browsers with touch UIs

    82%
  • Native Script

    NativeScript is an open source framework for building truly native mobile apps with JavaScript. Use web skills, like Angular and Vue.js, FlexBox and CSS, and get native UI and performance on iOS and Android.

    90%
  • Pep

    Pep, a lightweight jQuery plugin for kinetic drag on mobile/desktop

    46%
  • Drawer

    A small CSS3 and jQuery plugin for app style drawer menu.

    37%
  • Dragend

    dragend JS – a touch ready, full responsive, content swipe script

    32%
  • QuoJs

    Micro JavaScript library for mobile devices

    52%