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Technologies > JavaScript Libraries > Multiple Usage

Multiple JavaScript Libraries Usage

This diagram shows for each JavaScript library the percentage of sites that additionally use another JavaScript library. Please note, that we identify here usage on the same site, not necessarily on the same page. See technologies overview for further explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. Our reports are updated daily.

How to read the diagram:
19.2% of the sites that use UIZE, additionally use another JavaScript library.

UIZE
19.2%
JQuery
20.8%
MochiKit
40.4%
YUI Library
53.2%
Midori
64.3%
MooTools
66.9%
Spry
67.4%
Dojo
68.2%
ASP.NET Ajax
79.3%
DOMAssistant
82.5%
DHTMLX
84.0%
Ext JS
84.1%
Zepto
85.5%
AngularJS
89.7%
Prototype
90.9%
Knockout
93.2%
Shadowbox
93.8%
Google Closure Library
95.0%
Modernizr
96.4%
Underscore
99.4%
Script.aculo.us
100.0%
Backbone
100.0%
W3Techs.com, 17 April 2014
Multiple JavaScript Libraries Usage

More details

You can find details about which combinations of JavaScript libraries are used in our JavaScript libraries market reports.






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