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Technologies > Image File Formats > PNG > JavaScript Libraries Segmentation

Distribution of JavaScript libraries among websites that use PNG

This diagram shows the percentages of websites using various JavaScript libraries among the sites that use PNG. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys.

How to read the diagram:
jQuery is used by 97.8% of all the websites whose JavaScript library we know and that use PNG as image file format.

jQuery
97.8%
Bootstrap
25.7%
Modernizr
15.8%
W3Techs.com, 18 February 2019
Percentages of websites using various JavaScript libraries among the sites that use PNG
Note: a website may use more than one JavaScript library

More details

You can find market share data for image file formats within websites using any of the 44 JavaScript libraries in our JavaScript libraries market report.

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Technology Brief
PNG
Category: Image File Formats
PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is a lossless compression image format, suitable to store graphics with uniformly colored areas, and originally introduced as a free, open-source successor of GIF.
Website: w3.org/...


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