1. AngularJS 1.7.6
2. jQuery 3.3.1
3. React 0.14.7
React is a UI library developed by Facebook to create interactive UIs for websites and applications that run in web browsers. React makes it simple to write composable components that manage their state, which lets you build large apps with many moving parts without introducing any weird bugs or performance issues. It’s also a perfect framework for modern workflows and user interfaces.
4. Knockout 2.0.0-beta
It supports all browsers including IE7 and above, and has no external dependencies such as jQuery or any other third-party plugin, making it a fast and lightweight solution for your application’s data binding needs.
5. Aurelia 1.0.1
Aurelia comes with its own set of tooling for creating new components, creating tests, building tools for dependency management and version control, as well as rich syntax highlighting.
6. Bourbon 5.0
Bourbon is a framework that provides an MVC-style architecture complete with dependency injection and support for creating RESTful web services and JSON APIs.
It handles all the boilerplate required by the convention over configuration principle and it uses ASP.NET’s Razor templates to support model binding and templating.
7. Ember 2.13.0
A team of experienced developers has been working on this framework for over 7 years now, and it has always been an open-source project with strong backing from Facebook, Twitter, IBM, Square, Microsoft, PayPal, and many other companies across the world.
8. Spine 0.8.11
The spine is a lightweight, yet powerful, mobile-first framework that helps you build high-quality web apps rapidly. It combines proven design patterns with modern technologies to let you quickly build dynamic apps while writing the least amount of code possible. It has no dependencies and it uses an event, non-blocking I/O model making it lightweight and scalable.
9. Vue 2.3.4
Vue is a progressive framework for building user interfaces. Unlike other monolithic frameworks, Vue gives you the ability to pick only the pieces you need, meaning it’s easy to start with and grows with your application. It’s fast, has great support for both mobile and desktop browsers, and provides a great developer experience.
10. Detox 1.4
It allows CSS rendering in the browser at high speed and it supports jQuery and Zepto in addition to stand-alone in Node.js and Web Workers.
11. Backbone 1.3.3
Together these features aim to simplify the difficult parts of building dynamic web applications while keeping the resulting code organized and concise.
12. Svelte 1.5.1
Svelte lets you build apps with pure components that manage their state, and it has no external dependencies. It’s made for modular web apps, PWAs (Progressive Web Apps), or any kind of application that benefits from a component-based approach.
It is small (2kB minified), fast, and completely free from frameworks, allowing you to use what you already know instead of what someone else thinks you should learn.
13. Meteor 1.4.1
The framework also provides a lot of packages for building mobile apps, real-time apps, and complex server applications with ease. You can start with Meteor’s free plan or upgrade to paid plans.
14. React 16.3.2
It makes it simple to write views that are highly interactive, yet maintainable and modular by avoiding conflicting side-effects.
15. Pure 1.0
Pure is a functional programming language that’s designed to express solutions to problems in an elegant, effective manner without being too restrictive. It allows you to write the code you want so your code can be more readable and easier to write, debug and maintain by avoiding repetitive boilerplate thunks.
16. Cycle 2.0
CycleJS is a library for reactive programming with immutable values that are easy to reason about. It uses functional programming to describe your data structures in a way that is easy to understand and reason about, and it can be directly used with other reactive tools such as React for views and Redux for state management. Cycle doesn’t rely on any other libraries or frameworks, making it easy to use.
17. Elm 0.18
It strives to be as pure as possible so you can build an application directly from your data model.
18. Electron 2.0.1
The latest version, Electron 2, uses the Chromium rendering engine and all packages are available via npm.
19. Axios 5.0.1
20. Paper 5.0.1
21. Nitrous 2.2.4
Nitrous is a library written with React Native in mind, but it can easily be used as a general-purpose toolkit for any kind of mobile UI development. Nitrous allows you to build hybrid or native apps as well as web applications or single-page apps without rewriting the code and without coding the code itself.
It uses CSS and HTML natively and it has no dependencies. It supports React Native components and charts and works on Android, iOS, and Windows
22. Enzyme 2.4.0
When writing an app, this can help you avoid debugging issues that could be caused by outdated data or other changes not made in the source code.
23. RethinkDB 2.1.6
RethinkDB is a scalable database server designed to be a low-latency key-value store for applications. It supports statement-level ACID transactions and offers a set of high-performance data structures, such as hashmaps and sets, as well as full-text search, native JSON, and native time/date/calendar support.
It comes with built-in clustering capabilities that can handle failover or load balancing across multiple nodes, for greater resilience in the face of hardware failure or network partitioning.
24. Electron 1.3.13
With full GPU acceleration, it is suitable for performance-sensitive workloads such as games or video editing software.
Stormpath is an API-first authentication service for web, mobile, and API developers. It allows you to store users, registration information, access tokens, account recovery information directly in the cloud so you can have user management without server-side code.
It’s easy to use with simple REST APIs that even a beginner can understand right away, and it comes with a simple onboarding tool that guides your users through creating their accounts. With almost no setup needed, you can try it out for free and scale when needed by paying just 30 dollars per month for its premium plans.
Ionic helps you to build your app by providing services that are needed to run the app, such as routing, animations, document handling, and more. It has no dependencies, so you can simply integrate Ionic into your project without having to worry about it.
LightTable is a modern IDE built for programmers to browse, modify and extend other people’s code. It provides a function that allows you to be able to modify the code while the application is running. So, you can test your code change and see its effect instantly, without compiling or manually executing your program.