The more customers feel good while using web apps, UI’s [User Interfaces] boosts the UX’s [User Experience] bar. Web developers are constantly assisting the web development industry by generating $581.9 billion by last year. Giant sharks like Facebook and Netflix or startups’ entire web development industry become more professional through intuitive frameworks.
React JS | Quick/ Feature Master
- Launched: May 29, 2013.
- Developers: Facebook.
- Author: Jordan Walke
- Platform: Web
Angular | Fully Developed/ Reliable
- Launched: 14 September 2016.
- Developers: Google
- Author: Deborah Kurata
- Language: TypeScript
- Platform: Web
Anime JS | Inventive/2D Animation
Smooth UI | 3D Animation Hub
Smooth UI is a creative UI library that contains UI features for developers and has original features. It also includes a robust component base and innovative structures. Smooth UI is a creative open-source library that connects React JS. UI designers use it for mobile application animation videos to make the UX more exciting and valuable.
- Launched: 2018
- License: MIT licensed
Wired Element | 2D Animation Master
Three.js | Best 3D Animation Framework
Three.JS was designed to make appealing animation videos and is known as the best 3D framework of all time. It is the most NPM downloaded, approximately 200K over time. The framework is a resourceful 3D animation library that allows developers to make cartoony, innovative, and attractive 3D animation videos for websites and mobile apps. It is also the best and convenient choice for 3D animation videos.
LumX | Creative CSS
PixiJs | 2D Rendering Engine
PixiJS is the fastest 2D animation rendering framework that allows developers to edit and make videos, manage, edit their web apps and interfaces more appealing. PixiJS resolves the rendering obstacles for developers and gives them the liberty to make more enticing games, interfaces, web apps, and animation videos. It contains a creative API, namely WebGL [Web Graphics Library], for rendering 2D and 3D high animation performance.
Polymer | The Google Service