JavaScript Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using JavaScript technologies

jQuery
Facebook for Websites
Facebook SDK
Google Hosted Libraries
html5shiv
Modernizr
Bootstrap.js
Twitter Platform
Google API
Respond

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
jQuery 7,549 76,320 708,648 83,547,613
Facebook for Websites 4,629 39,148 273,053 13,921,546
Facebook SDK 4,388 36,840 249,164 10,165,716
Google Hosted Libraries 3,551 27,720 189,185 14,048,684
html5shiv 3,041 24,292 206,443 11,194,480
Modernizr 2,938 22,752 180,923 9,824,117
jQuery UI 2,747 23,028 159,169 10,484,589
Twitter Platform 2,198 14,431 81,302 4,559,487
Google API 1,651 12,088 80,871 3,977,889
Respond 1,640 11,880 89,129 6,863,785
jQuery Cookie 1,443 10,413 75,661 4,437,118
yepnope 1,327 10,232 79,138 1,012
Bootstrap.js 1,312 14,912 137,734 11,800,005
Webpack 1,165 4,940 33,385 2,860,173
SWFObject 1,064 6,153 32,743 1,646,393
Slick JS 1,051 8,629 59,264 1,870,200
Lightbox 1,011 7,217 61,244 5,281,669
RequireJS 992 5,886 31,898 4,263,595
Angular JS 972 5,216 19,112 772,790
Fancybox 958 8,243 78,297 6,625,625

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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.