Currently, there are many JS libraries that can be divided into:
- large-scale databases with all common widgets, abbreviations and polyfills;
- highly specialized databases for performing specific tasks, such as creating diagrams, animations, mathematical functions, etc.
- LitElement simplifies the development of lightweight web components. It uses ready-made lit-html templates (web applications with asynchronous rendering).
- Data-fns is an alternative version of the outdated Moment.js. It contains tools for parsing, formatting, and processing JS data.
- RxJS is a library of ready-made React extensions useful for building event-driven and asynchronous applications.
- Yup allows programmers to take advantage of application development by implementing a schema builder to model branched and interconnected validations.
- Agenda.js is a lightweight version of the Node.js task scheduling library based on MongoDB, a system for managing various databases.
- Bull is a Java script library that simplifies working with Redis databases. Bull was written entirely in Typescript, but it can also be used with the Vanilla JS framework.
- Stocket.io is a library used to develop web applications and facilitate real-time communication. It provides bi-directional communication between client and server, and supports message naming, multiplexing, and disconnect search.