10 JS Libraries You Don’t Know About
What is JS Library?
1.Data Visualization in Maps and Charts
Data visualization in applications is crucial for users to view the statistics clearly in the admin panel, dashboards, performance metrics, and more.
Presenting these data in charts and maps helps you analyze that data easily and make informed business decisions.
Examples: Chart.js, Apexcharts, Algolia Places
2. DOM Manipulation
Examples: jQuery, Umbrella JS
3. Data Handling
Effective database management is necessary to read, create, delete, edit, and sort data. You can also use sophisticated queries, auto-create tables, synchronize and validate data, and much more.
Examples: TaffyDB, ActiveRecord.js
Use JS libraries to simplify form functions, including form validation, synchronization, handling, conditional capabilities, field controls, transforming layouts, and more.
Examples: wForms, LiveValidation, Validanguage, qForms
Examples: Anime.js, JSTweener
7. Image Effects
Users can add effects to images and make them stand out using JS libraries. Effects include blurring, lightening, embossing, sharpening, grayscale, saturation, hue, adjusting contrast, flipping, inverting, reflection, and so on.
Examples: ImageFX, Reflection.js
Users can incorporate any font they wish to make their web page more compelling based on the content type.
9. Math and String Functions
Adding mathematical expressions, date, time, and strings can be tricky. For example, a date consists of many formats, slashes, and dots to make things complex for you. The same holds when it comes to matrices and vectors.
10. User Interface and Its Components
You can provide a better user experience via web pages by making them more responsive and dynamic, decreasing the number of DOM operations, boosting page speed, and so forth.
Examples: ReactJS, Glimmer.js
Written by: Iman Ali