- Image Effects: Developers can add image effects to websites with the help of libraries. Various effects such as toning, sharpening, contrast adjustment, and reflection can be applied.
- jQuery: This software is open-source and comes with an MIT license. It has many features, but its most well-known feature is its minimalist and easy-to-use API.
- Data Driven Documents (D3.js): With this library, users can easily create data-driven documents or documentation. Its most prominent feature is its ability to visualize data dynamically and interactively.
- React.js: An open-source library, React.js was developed in 2013. The library is known for its ease of debugging and testing.
- Underscore.js: Providing many functions for common programming tasks, this library is known for its fast indexing.
- Algolia Places: Simplifying autocomplete on websites automatically, Algolia Places offers many features and provides real-time suggestions and results on a map.
- Anime.js: Another popular animation library, Anime.js, was released in 2019, greatly simplifying animation management for users.
- Fullpage.js: Full Page.js allows users to easily create single-page or full-screen scrolling websites, providing both horizontal and vertical scrolling capabilities.
- Masonry: A grid layout library, Masonry allows users to place elements in a vertical layout in web pages.
- Three.js: This library makes it enjoyable and practical for developers to work with three-dimensional designs, allowing the creation of different lights, shadows, mathematical elements, geometric shapes, and textures using Three.js.