Monthly JSter #1: Trending Libraries on March 2013

For not to get lost in all this libraries we have on JSter we decided to deliver each month a brief summary on Jster updates. You will discover the most fresh and the most popular JavaScript libraries that were recently started or added to Jster. Don't miss them as they may save you the hours of work and ehnance any web applications. But before we start we have an announcement.

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JavaScript libraries discovered on March 2013

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6066 749 5.00

Intro.js

A better way for new feature introduction and step-by-step users guide for your website and project.

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254 21

Epoxy.js

Epoxy is an elegant and extensible data binding library for Backbone.js; it provides feature-rich extensions of Backbone's Model and View components designed to hook view elements directly to data models. Epoxy captures some great aspects of Knockout.js and Ember.js in a familiar API that feels tastefully like Backbone, with minimal additional file size (8k min, 3k gzip). Some key features in Epoxy include:

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1002 77

Anima

CSS animations with a soul. With Anima it's easy to animate over a hundred objects at a time. And it's only 5k when gzipped.

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133 12

Pass*Field

Pass*Field is a javascript that simplifies creation of sophisticated password fields.

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1149 216

Textillate

Textillate.js combines some awesome libraries to provide an ease-to-use plugin for applying CSS3 animations to any text.

I hope that was useful to you. At least I've seen some libraries I would try in my next projects. If you think we missed a trending library, please add it to Jster so we could at least mention it in next monthly listing.

JSter Site News

This month we added integration with JSDelivr CDN, Bower and NPM. This means now you can install a library directly from JSter. Also we got our first interview with author of awesome Minefield game. Whom should we interview next? Share your thought in comments. That's all for first Monthly JSter. Take Care!

Published by DavertMik on 2013-03-21 16:20:11

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