September 30, 2014 11:01 pm

12 Best JavaScript Libraries You Shouldn’t Miss

Best JavaScript Libraries Today I am going to give you some very useful and must use JavaSccript libraries for your websites. These libraries allows you easier development of JavaScript based app development, especially for AJAX and other web technologies. In this article we have collected 12 best JavaScript libraries you must use them and share your experience with us.

12 Best JavaScript Libraries for 2014 You Shouldn't Miss

1. Famo

Famo is a free, open source JavaScript framework that helps you create smooth, complex UIs for any screen.

famous

2. Gillie

Gillie is a lightweight MVC framework inspired in Backbone. It provides useful methods to perform RESTful HTTP requests

Gillie

3. Sticker

Sticker is a JavaScript library that allows you to create a Sticker Effect No dependencies (jQuery not required)

Sticker

4. Dropzone

DropzoneJS is an open source library that provides drag’n’drop file uploads with image previews.

Dropzone JS

5. JS Capture

JSCapture is a library which capture your desktop using Vanilla JavaScript.

JSCapture

6. Vanilla JS

Vanilla JS is a light weight cross-platform framework for build powerful, incredible JavaScript applications.

Vanilla JS

7. Durandal

Durandal JS specially used for single page apps.

Durandal

8. InstantClick

InstantClick is a library that speedup your website.

InstantClick

9. Boba

Boba is a JS library designed for Google Analytics

Boba JS

10. Forio

Forio Contour JavaScript Charts to visualize data.

Forio Contour

11. SkelJS

SkelJS A www frontend framework.

skelJS

12. Scroll Reveal

ScrollReveal is a JavaScript library fade in trigger items on viewport.

Scroll Reveal JS

I hope you like these libraries and please write your favorite JavaScript Libraries names below in comments so we will make them featured in our next articles.

Author Huzoor Bux

I am Huzoor Bux from Karachi (Pakistan). I have been working as a PHP Developer from last 5+ years, and its my passion to learn new things and implement them as a practice. Basically I am a PHP developer but now days exploring more in HTML5, CSS and jQuery libraries.


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  • shubham

    Very useful… Thanks for always providing amazing information

  • What difference between Vanilla JS an Pure JS, I can’t down Vanilla JS, it say 0KB @@

    • volter9

      That’s because Vanilla = Pure in most cases as Minecraft without modes is Vanilla Minecraft, or pure JS (without frameworks or libraries) is also Vanilla JS.

  • q-think the welcome

    nice article