Comparison of JavaScript frameworks

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There are many JavaScript frameworks available. The intention of this comparison is to show some examples of notable JavaScript frameworks.

General information[edit]

Framework Version compared Size License Source language
Angular 7
18 Oct 2018
563 kB (minified & compressed) MIT TypeScript
AngularJS 1.5.0
5 Feb 2016
144 kB (minified & compressed) MIT JavaScript
Apache Royale 0.9.4
5 Nov 2018
19 kB (zipped) Apache ActionScript 3, MXML, CSS
Backbone.js 1.2.1
June 2015
7.3 kB (Packed and gzipped) MIT JavaScript
Dojo 1.10.4
18 Jan 2015
Variable.
Base size:
41 kB (minified & gzipped),
155 kB (minified),
598 kB (uncompressed)[1]
BSD & AFL JavaScript + HTML
Ember.js 1.7.0
19 Aug 2014
95 kB (minified & gzipped),
340 kB (minified),
1.5 MB (uncompressed)
MIT JavaScript
Enyo 2.0.1
30 Aug 2012
<25 kB (core gzipped) Apache 2 [2] JavaScript
Ext JS 4.2
13 Mar 2013
84–502 kB GPL & Commercial [3] JavaScript
Google Web Toolkit 2.7.0
November 2014
Variable Apache Java
jQuery (library) 3.4.0
10 Apr 2019
30,1 KiB (minified & gzipped),
86 KiB (minified),[4]
283 KiB (uncompressed)[4]
MIT JavaScript
jQWidgets 3.9.1
29 Oct 2015
3102 KB (minified),
7486 KB (uncompressed)
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 and Commercial[5] JavaScript, HTML, CSS
Knockout 3.5.0
22 February 2019
66.4 KB minified / 309 KB (development mode) MIT JavaScript
MooTools 1.6.0
14 Jan 2016
Variable;
7.3–65 KiB (YUI Compressor),[6]


Variable;
7.3–65 KiB (YUI Compressor),[7]
101 KiB (uncompressed)[8]

MIT JavaScript
React (JavaScript library) 16.1.1
November 28, 2017

react.production.min.js 6.41KB

react-dom.production.min.js 92.4KB

redux v3.7.2 2KB

Total: 100.81KB

MIT JavaScript
SAP OpenUI5 1.44.9
28 Mar 2017
20.8MB (1.34.7 runtime, minified, zipped)
6.8MB(1.34.7 runtime mobile, minified, zipped)
52.1MB (1.34.7 SDK, zipped)
Apache 2[9] JavaScript
Prototype & script. aculo.us[10] Prototype: 1.7.3
22 Sep 2015
script.aculo.us: 1.9.0
23 Dec 2010
46–278 kB MIT JavaScript
qooxdoo 5.0.1
15 Sep 2015
Variable, starting at 6 kB (gzipped) LGPL & EPL JavaScript
SmartClient & SmartGWT SmartClient: 11.1
June 2017
SmartGWT: 6.1
June 2017
100–500 kb (gzipped). LGPL & Commercial Server: Java
Client: Java (Smart GWT) or Javascript (SmartClient) or XML (both)
SproutCore 1.11.2
2 May 2016
250–700 kb (gzipped). MIT JavaScript
Vue.js 2.6.10
20 Mar 2019
33.5 KB (minified & gzipped)

91.48 KB (minified) [11]

333.46 KB (uncompressed) [11]

MIT JavaScript
Wakanda 9
14 Nov 2014
Variable GPL3 (framework), AGPL (server) & Commercial JavaScript + HTML + CSS
Webix 4.1
November 2016
188 kB (gzipped) GPL & Commercial JavaScript
ZK 8.0.1
19 Jan 2016
Variable LGPL & GPL & ZOL XML + Java (JavaScript optional)

Features[edit]

AngularJS Apache Royale Dojo Ember.js Enyo Ext JS Google Web Toolkit jQuery jQWidgets MooTools OpenUI5 Prototype & script. aculo.us[10] qooxdoo SmartClient and SmartGWT SproutCore Vue Wakanda ZK Webix
Feature detection[12] Yes Yes[13] Yes Yes[14] No[15][16] Yes[17] Yes Yes[18] No[19] Yes Partial [20] Yes Partial No[21] Yes
DOM wrapped[22] Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No[23] No[24][25] Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
XMLHttpRequest
data retrieval
Yes Yes Yes[26] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[27] Yes[28] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
WebSocket Yes[26] Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes[28] Yes[29] Yes Yes Yes Via Plugin Yes Yes[30]
Server push data retrieval Yes[31] Yes[32] Yes[33] Yes[31] No Yes[34] Via Plugin Yes[35] Yes
Other data retrieval Yes: XML, HTML, CSV, ATOM, AMF, JSON Yes: XML, HTML, CSV, ATOM[36] Yes: XML, SOAP, AMF, Ext.Direct Yes: RPC, RequestFactory Yes: XML, HTML Yes: XML, JSON, CSV, TSV[27] Yes: XML, HTML Yes: XML, WSDL, RSS, and Java-based SQL, Hibernate, POJO adapters Yes: JSON-RPC, Wakanda REST Yes: XML, HTML, CS, JSON, JSArray, CSV
Drag and drop Yes Yes[37] Yes With plugin[38] With plugins[39] Yes[40] Yes[41] Yes[42] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[43]
Simple visual effects Yes Yes Yes[44] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[45] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[46] Yes Yes Yes
Animation /
advanced visual effects
Yes Yes[47] Yes[48] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[49] Yes Yes Yes Yes[46] Yes Yes Yes[50]
Back button support /
history management
Yes[51] Yes Yes[52] Yes[53] Yes With plugins[54] No With plugin[55] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Input form widgets & validation Yes Yes Yes[56] Yes Yes Yes, Validation requires plugin[57] With plugins[58] Yes[59] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [60][61]
AngularJS Apache Royale Dojo Ember.js Enyo ExtJS Google Web Toolkit jQuery jQWidgets MooTools OpenUI5 Prototype & script. aculo.us[10] qooxdoo SmartClient and SmartGWT SproutCore Vue Wakanda ZK Webix
Grid Yes Yes[62] Yes Yes With plugins[63] Yes[64] With plugin[65] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[66] Yes Yes[67]
Hierarchical Tree Yes Yes[68] Yes[69] Yes[70] Yes With plugins[71] Yes[72] With plugins[73] Yes Yes[74] Yes Yes Yes (Auto Form)[75] Yes Yes [76]
Rich text editor No Yes Yes[77] Yes[78] Yes With plugins[79] Yes[80] Yes[81] Yes Yes Via plugin Yes[82] Yes Yes[83]
Autocompletion tools No Yes[84] Yes Yes Yes[85] Yes[86] With plugin[87] Yes Yes With plugins Yes[88] Yes Yes
HTML generation tools No Yes[89] Yes Yes Yes Yes[80] Yes[90] Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Widgets themeable / skinnable Yes Yes[91] Yes Yes[92] Yes[93] Yes[94] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
GUI resizable panels and modal dialogs Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes With plugins Yes[95] Yes[96] Yes Yes Yes Yes[97] Yes[98] Yes
GUI page layout Yes Yes Yes With plugin[99] Yes[100][101] Yes[96] Yes Yes Yes Yes[102] Yes[98] Yes [103]
Canvas support Yes Yes[104] Yes Yes Yes With plugin[105] Yes[106] Yes[107] Yes Yes Yes Yes[108] Yes[109] Yes
Mobile/tablet support (touch events) Yes Yes Yes[110] Yes Yes Yes With plugin[111] With plugin[112] Yes[113] With plugin[114] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[115][116] Yes[117] Yes[118]
Accessibility /
graceful degradation[119]
Yes Yes[120] No Yes Yes[121] Yes[122] Yes Yes[123] Yes No[124] Degradation: No
Accessibility: Yes
Degradation: No
Accessibility: Yes
Yes Yes[125]
ARIA compliant Yes[120] Yes[121] Yes[126] Yes[123] Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes [127]
Developer tools, Visual design Yes[128][129] in progress[130] Yes[131][132][133] Yes Yes[134][135] Yes[136][137][138] Yes[139][140] Yes[141] Yes No Yes[142] Yes Yes[143][144]
Offline storage[145] Yes No[146] Yes Yes[147] Via Google Gears[148] With plugin[149] Yes[150] Yes Yes Yes planned Yes Yes
Cross-browser 2d Vector Graphics[151] Yes[152] Yes With plugin[153] Yes[106] Yes[154] Yes No] Yes (via Raphael) Yes[109] Yes (via Raphael)[155]
Charting & Dashboard[156] Yes Yes[157] Yes[158] With plugin[159][160] Yes[161][162] Yes No Yes[163] Yes[164] Yes[165]
RTL Support in UI Components Yes Yes Yes Depends on the plugin used Yes[123] Yes Yes Yes No

Browser support[edit]

Framework Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox Safari Opera Chrome
AngularJS (1.3) 8+ (9+) 4+ 5+ 11+ 30+
Apache Royale 9 (Edge --> 10) 21 6 15 23
Dojo 6+ 3+[166] 4[166] 10.50+[166] 3[166]
Ember.js 6+ 3+ 4+ 10.6+ 14+
Enyo 8+[167] >4[167] >5[167] >10[167]
Ext JS 6+ 3.6+ 4+ 11+ 10+[168]
Google Web Toolkit 8+ 1+ 5+ 9+ 1+
jQuery (3.x) 6+ (9+)[169] 2+[169] 3+[169] 9+[169] 1+[169]
jQWidgets 7+[170] 2+[170] 3+[170] 9+[170] 1+[170]
MooTools 6+ 2+ 3+ 9+ 1+
Prototype & script. aculo.us[10] 6+ 1.5+ 2.0.4+ 9.25+ 1+ (starting with 1.6.1RC3)
qooxdoo 6+ 2+ 3+ 9+ 2+
SmartClient and SmartGWT 6+ 1+ 3+ 9+ 1+
SproutCore 6+ 3+ 4+ 9+ 1+
Vue 10+ 21+ 6+ 15+ 23+
Wakanda 9+ 4+ 5+ 11+
ZK 6+ 2.0+ 3+ 9+ 2+
Webix 8+[171] 3+[171] 4+[171] 9+[171] 1+[171]

See also[edit]

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