JavaScript Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using JavaScript technologies

jQuery
Facebook for Websites
Facebook SDK
Google Hosted Libraries
html5shiv
Modernizr
Twitter Platform
Respond
Google API
jQuery Cookie

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
jQuery 6,636 67,707 699,998 73,007,390
Facebook for Websites 4,301 31,461 240,741 8,075,834
Facebook SDK 3,955 28,499 207,153 5,655,256
Google Hosted Libraries 3,553 28,206 183,111 11,117,932
html5shiv 3,203 26,016 196,088 8,786,122
Modernizr 2,823 21,506 145,635 6,940,562
jQuery UI 2,742 22,838 144,021 7,703,824
Twitter Platform 2,348 15,040 80,301 2,582,980
Respond 1,704 12,344 86,964 4,812,461
Google API 1,683 12,266 81,777 2,620,191
jQuery Cookie 1,395 10,118 71,784 6,181,483
yepnope 1,294 9,826 63,133 1,926
SWFObject 1,129 6,909 36,741 1,573,562
RequireJS 1,038 5,862 30,417 2,952,114
Angular JS 944 4,725 15,774 481,673
Fancybox 938 7,959 62,092 5,072,984
Webpack 881 3,155 14,107 810,935
matchMedia 871 5,919 37,760 93,070
jQuery NoConflict 834 6,143 37,659 2,374,301
jQuery Masonry 816 6,746 56,288 1,457,600

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JavaScript is a scripting language developed in 1995 by Netscape and added to the Netscape Navigator browser in the same year. JavaScript gave web browsers the power to do more than just load web documents. The majority of web sites in the world now use JavaScript and other aspects of the internet such as advertising and analytics and widgets almost depend on its existence. Frameworks and tools have been built to make using JavaScript easier or to provide specific functionality for other website functions.

JQuery is the most detected JavaScript library in use on the web. JQuery provides features and functions of JavaScript that not only make JavaScript browser agnostic but also ease the development process.