JavaScript frameworks

JavaScript frameworks are the newest tools in the Web application development, they’re very powerful. The frameworks came about specifically to allow more powerful JavaScript programming. frameworks are designed primarily to make your applications cool. Here listing some famous JavaScript frameworks, Some are commercial, some are open source, and some are a mix of the two. If anybody know good JavaScript Frameworks that need to place here in this post, please let me know…

Prototype

Prototype is a JavaScript Framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications. Featuring a unique, easy-to-use toolkit for class-driven development and the nicest Ajax library around, Prototype is quickly becoming the codebase of choice for web application developers everywhere.

jQuery

jQuery is a fast, concise, JavaScript Library that simplifies how you traverse HTML documents, handle events, perform animations, and add Ajax interactions to your web pages. jQuery is designed to change the way that you write JavaScript.

script.aculo.us

script.aculo.us provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries to make your web sites and web applications fly. What’s inside? animation framework, drag and drop, Ajax controls DOM utilities, and unit testing.

MooTools

MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer. It allows you to write powerful, flexible, and cross-browser code with its elegant, well documented, and coherent API.

Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI)

The Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) Library is a set of utilities and controls, written in JavaScript, for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX. The YUI Library also includes several core CSS resources.

dojo

Dojo is an Open Source DHTML toolkit written in JavaScript. It builds on several contributed code bases (nWidgets, Burstlib, f(m)), which is why we refer to it sometimes as a "unified" toolkit. Dojo aims to solve some long-standing historical problems with DHTML which prevented mass adoption of dynamic web application development.

Rico

Rico 2.0 extends the component set from the previous versions. The LiveGrid has been expanded to include filtering, column resizing, and many more features. The core of Rico 2.0 has been designed to enable custom components to be more easily built.

Ext JS

Ext JS is a cross-browser JavaScript library for building rich internet applications. High performance, customizable UI widgets Well designed, documented and extensible Component model Commercial and Open Source licenses available.

Mochikit

MochiKit is a highly documented and well tested, suite of JavaScript libraries that will help you get shit done, fast. We took all the good ideas we could find from our Python, Objective-C, etc. experience and adapted it to the crazy world of JavaScript.

moo.fx

moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, to be used with prototype.js or the mootools framework. It’s very easy to use, blazing fast, cross-browser, standards compliant, provides controls to modify any CSS property of any HTML element, including colors.

vegUI

VegUI is javascript AJAX framework and widget-collection that allows you to build dynamic web applications that are also fast and flexible.

qooxdoo

qooxdoo is a comprehensive and innovative Ajax application framework. Leveraging object-oriented JavaScript allows developers to build impressive cross-browser applications. No HTML, CSS nor DOM knowledge is needed.

MockMe

There are a couple of mock frameworks for JavaScript but none really did what I needed. So I took my testing problems, some inspiration from mockito and a few days off to write MockMe.

10 comments

  1. Edwin   •  

    I am learning jQuery and MooTools, but I still don’t know which one I should use the most and why.

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  5. Gordan Freeman   •  

    For creating and deploying reusable web components I’d recommend the Gapjumper framework. It features a highly structured, template-based approach to component creation, supports multiple inheritance and also provides a simple-to-use but powerful animation module.

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  7. Oleg   •  

    One more addition to the list – DHTMLX (dhtmlx.com), a JavaScript library of Ajax-enabled components for building rich and interactive web interfaces.

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