JavaScripting is the online Reference of JavaScript Libraries

It seems like every month there’s a new dozens JavaScript libraries to keep up with. Open source has revolutionized the way we release code and publish online.

How can anyone keep up with all these incredible libraries, plugins, and code repositories?

A new reference site JavaScripting has the answer. It’s meant to be the complete database of all JavaScript libraries across the whole spectrum.

You’ll find categories from animation, typography, carousels, forms, and even JS games. JavaScripting is truly the best place to go if you’re looking for a particular JS resource.

Much of the site is hand-curated while also accepting submissions from visitors. If you’ve created a library or found something new that looks awesome you’re free to submit it for inclusion in the JavaScripting library database.

Each library includes stats pulled from GitHub along with CDN resources. The more in-depth libraries also include links to the homepage, demo page, and even free tutorials.

To get started simply visit the JavaScripting homepage and do a quick search. You never know what you’ll find.

Also feel free to follow new site updates on Twitter @javascripting

JavaScripting website

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