Monthly Most Popular JS Repositories. Evolve and Prosper.

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From the hundreds of tools available how many do you actually use?

Well, we do not encourage you to use every single tool you know. We just want to understand if the technology behind your stack is still competitive and perspective. If not, and you know it, why don’t you try something more relevant? Sure, there are questions for support, maintain, use and skills applied to the brand new tools… Anyway, why not consider the new options?

Here we are with the most interesting

Monthly Most Popular Javascript Repositories

  1. Mermaid.js is a library for generating diagrams and flowcharts from the text in a similar manner as markdown. 25,789 stars by now.
  2. Preact is a fast 3kB alternative to React with the same modern API. 24,291 stars by now.
  3. standard stands for JavaScript Style Guide, with linter and automatic code fixer. 22,632 stars by now.
  4. Carbon is a library to create and share beautiful images of your source code. 21,961 stars by now.
  5. Swiper is a free and modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions and amazing native behavior. 21,558 stars by now.
  6. AVA is a test runner for Node.js with a concise API, detailed error output, embrace of new language features and process isolation that lets you write tests more effectively. 16,987 stars by now.
  7. Popper.js is a positioning engine; its purpose is to calculate the position of an element to make it possible to position it near a given reference element. 13,024 stars by now.
  8. ws is a simple to use and thoroughly tested WebSocket client and server implementation. 12,622 stars by now.
  9. karma is a simple tool that allows you to execute JavaScript code in multiple real browsers. 10,962 stars by now.
  10. sweetalert2 is a customizable and accessible (WAI-ARIA) replacement for JavaScript’s popup boxes. Zero dependencies. 9,985 stars by now.
  11. ndb is an improved debugging experience for Node.js, enabled by Chrome DevTools. 9,664 stars by now.
  12. GPU.js is a JavaScript Acceleration library for GPGPU (General purpose computing on GPUs) in JavaScript for Web and Node. 9,471 stars by now.
  13. Redux Persist to persist and rehydrate a redux store. 9,147 stars by now.
  14. Nock is an HTTP server mocking and expectations library for Node.js. 8,740 stars by now.
  15. Workbox is a collection of JavaScript libraries for Progressive Web Apps. 8,440 stars by now.
  16. React-Static is a fast, lightweight, and powerful progressive static site generator based on React and its ecosystem. 7,970 stars by now.
  17. Apexcharts.js is a modern JavaScript charting library to build interactive charts and visualizations with simple API. 7,756 stars by now.
  18. Cropper.js is a JavaScript image cropper. 6,354 stars by now.
  19. history is a library that lets you easily manage session history anywhere JavaScript runs. history abstracts away the differences in various environments and provides a minimal API that lets you manage the history stack, navigate, and persist state between sessions. 5,806 stars by now.
  20. Redux Offline is a Persistent Redux store for Offline-First applications, with support for optimistic UI. Use with React, React Native, or as standalone state container for any web app. 5,638 stars by now.
  21. serve is a static file serving and directory listing. 4,986 stars by now.
  22. Mitt is a 200b functional event emitter / pubsub. 3,664 stars by now.
  23. React Hook Form stands for React hooks for forms validation. Performant, flexible and extensible forms with easy to use for validation. 3,538 stars by now.
  24. pixelmatch is the smallest, simplest and fastest JavaScript pixel-level image comparison library, originally created to compare screenshots in tests. 3,197 stars by now.
  25. Trumbowyg is lightweight and amazing WYSIWYG JavaScript editor – 20kB only (8kB gzip). 3,030 stars by now.
  26. curlconverter library helps you to convert cURL syntax to native Python, Go, PHP, JavaScript, R and Dart HTTP code. 2,689 stars by now.
  27. react-stripe-elements is a repository with React components for Stripe.js and Stripe Elements. This project allows you to add Elements to any React app and manages the state and lifecycle of Elements for you. 2,591 stars by now.
  28. roughViz.js is a reusable JavaScript library for creating sketchy/hand-drawn styled charts in the browser, based on D3v5, roughjs, and handy. 1,913 stars by now.
  29. Zero is a small graphics demo that uses JavaScript to replicate the functionality of a GPU and uses the terminal to display its rendered output via Node.js stdout. 1,782 stars by now.
  30. Taiko is a Node.js library to automate chrome/chromium browser. 1,561 stars by now.
  31. Node-convict is a configuration management library for Node.js. 1,384 stars by now.
  32. Peaks.js is a JavaScript component that allows users to view and interact with audio waveforms in the browser. 1,381 stars by now.
  33. Learn Storybook is a static site and content for Storybook tutorials. 1,210 stars by now.
  34. OGL is a small, effective WebGL framework aimed at developers who like minimal layers of abstraction, and are comfortable creating their own shaders. 1,164 stars by now.
  35. transform is a polyglot web converter. 1,158 stars by now.
  36. Fusion.js is a framework for React apps. This is Uber’s open-source universal web framework, which represents the fusion of the client and the server. 1,055 stars by now.
  37. Tribute is a cross-browser @mention engine written in ES6, no dependencies. Tested in Firefox, Chrome, iOS Safari, Safari, IE 9+, Edge 12+, Android 4+, and Windows Phone. 992 stars by now.
  38. React Swipeable is a React swipe event handler component & hook. 989 stars by now.
  39. Middy is a stylish Node.js middleware engine for AWS Lambda978 stars by now.
  40. emittery is a simple and modern async event emitter. 968 stars by now.
  41. Buffer repository stands for the buffer module from Node.js, for the browser. 897 stars by now.
  42. is-website-vulnerable repository helps you to find publicly known security vulnerabilities in a website’s frontend JavaScript libraries. 837 stars by now.

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