The most famous libraries are certainly jQuery and React, and the 12 libraries we present are currently alternative, but with great potential to gain popularity.
Visual representation of data is becoming an increasingly important item in the growing industry of big data and information available on the Internet and IT era. That’s why the D3.js library is one of the best free ways to present this data visually.
This library works with SVG and canvas elements, so it allows you to create modern and effective charts, lists and, in general, dynamic web views.
Many of us will immediately think that they have heard enough about the node.js library, but there is obviously a reason for its popularity. In addition to growing and developing the fastest, it offers far more than a normal development environment.
A lot of open source projects are done right in Node.js, so you can also do testing in mocha.js or deal with frontend and interface in Sails.js.
Everyone involved in the frontend knows how flooded the area is, but the right solution has yet to be found. Riot.js offers balance in solving the frontend puzzle. The advantage of this library is that there are no weaknesses that React has, such as tags (readability, standardization, virtual DOM), simplicity and minimalism (syntax, size, complexity).
The disadvantage of this library is that it is not supported by Facebook, and the community is not large, but certainly a good alternative and an important player in the programming race.
The create.js library represents modular libraries and tools that, together or separately, provide rich interactive content on open technologies via HMTL5.
Some of the libraries available to you through this package are Easel.js for HTML5 and Tweet.js, and each one is purpose-built for different purposes and specialized, so it offers modern features for all major search engines.
The most popular frontend libraries are Angular and Ember, but vue.js is becoming increasingly popular, especially after the release of v2.0 vue.js.
The fastest way to build web applications is to open a meteor platform. We especially like that it is possible to embed any platform into it and get phenomenal results. Whether you create real-time chat apps, social communities, voting websites, or personalized dashboards from scratch. custom dashboards), the meteor will let you do that.
So much variety in application comes with a price — a meteor is not easy to learn, but it’s certainly interesting and worth it, because you can do just about anything in it.
It is very easy to set up and customize for the user, and has almost the best support of all open source projects.
WebVR is an experimental interface and is still in the testing phase, but for now it works with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear VR, and Google Cardboard.
We are already used to watching movies in cinemas, but also at home, in 3D technology, but 3D on the internet is still a novelty. Fortunately, there is a three.js library that enables three-dimensional web applications: motion-sensitive wallpapers, personalized 3D web graphics, dynamic elements that use 3D technology for animation.
If you have enough patience and willpower, you can create any 3D effect in this library, and learning will be even easier with the resources available.
One of the more complicated libraries we would recommend only to experienced developers is omniscient.js, as it facilitates the programming process when used with the React library.
The ractive.js library is vastly different from all of the above, and although it is one of the more extensive ones, it is very good for beginners.
Originally published at https://www.alenibric.com.tr on April 5, 2020.