If the occasion calls for the addition of beautiful charts to a website, Chart.js is a great library for developers and for those with a creative edge. It offers an abundance of designs for charts along with the ability to mix them in a single space to create a unique data set. The animation aspects of it make the data highly interesting to consume.
Since 2013, React.js has become one of the most popular libraries and is used in thousands of websites across the world. It is an open-sourced library and is backed by Facebook. It is also referred to as a single page application because this web application fits on a single web page and doesn’t require constant refreshes from the web browser.
Glimmer is a fairly new library and was built in 2017 by the creative minds behind Ember.js. It was designed for “fast and light-weight UI components for the web.” It was created to serve as a lighter and smaller Ember.js and can also be used with Ember.js as a component as well as run standalone. In order to make it run faster, Glimmer compiles your templates into low-level code without sacrificing the ease of use.
Underscore, first created in 2009, is a utility library which is primarily useful for manipulating arrays, objects, and other functions.It has over 100 different functions for that effect. One of the most powerful features of Underscore is its functional programming helpers. Functional programming has become increasingly popular in the last few years as it is a programming paradigm that avoids changing state and mutating data, which can be quite useful. The most popular Underscore functions are map, filter and reduce.