Omniscient allows developers to manipulate Views to be eloquent without the need to work with things like templating engines, or domain specific languages.
Mobservable gives developers the capability to make functions reactive. It also ensures that simple and effective views are always full rendered.
This lightweight MVVM framework built on top of RX.js was built to speed up web app development.
With this framework, you don’t need to rely on classes. You can instead use direct functions to transfer tasks to third party software.
Mercury is a simple modular front-end framework that comes with a number of pre-built web modules and components that you can use to start building apps straight away.
Riot.js is React-based UI library that takes pride in making coding enjoyable thanks to its simple syntax, custom tags and its small yet complete library.
Mithril’s flexible library size (7kb), speed, robust code and up-to-date documentation makes this framework a serious contender despite of its simplicity and size.
Google’s ever-popular web development framework Angular is a favorite. It is because it provides developers a set of modern development and design features for rapid application development, with Google going as far as creating a separate part of the site that offers the Material Design specification to help build apps that stay in touch with the most modern approaches.
jQuery is the tiny JS library that is capable of turning websites in to a fully interactive experience. 70% of the world’s leading websites are built with jQuery. jQuery plugins and widgets are also among the most searched components by front-end developers
Socket framework allows fully functional real-time communication between the client and the server. It’s all thanks to its client-library that runs from the browser while the server-library is built on top of Node.js.
Node.js was built to help create web apps that rely heavily on data interaction like content streaming, community websites, one page apps, and more. This framework has maintained its leadership among other frameworks, thanks to its scalability and versatility.
Meteor is a stable, full-stack framework that stands out due to its ability of making front-end and back-end development a unified, less complicated process.
Ember is an adaptable modern web development framework known for its ability to create complex large-client-side applications while still being easy to use.
Aurelia is a next-generation framework built purely with ES6 with incorporating some ES7 features while also retaining the ability to function on all modern browsers.
KnockoutJS’ strength is its ability to integrate itself with almost every other framework out there. Some of its key features are declarative bindings, automatic UI refresh, dependency tracking, and templating features.
KeystoneJS is a full-fledged content management system framework with a chock full of features, built with the support of Express.js and MongoDB.
Compared to other modules, Stapes.js is lightweight with only 20 active modules. But this framework has more than enough power to allow users to create web apps with traditional functions and just a little extra to make it stand out.
This framework gives video game developers the ability to create feature rich WebGL creations from full 3D designs and logo animation.
Backbone makes building simple web applications easier by allowing all server-side functions to go through an API. This cuts back on the coding needed for the website to achieve complex functions and make this JS framework easier to learn.
Ampersand is a highly modular framework great for building advanced apps. It’s a lot like Backbone but with better documentation.