Vanilla JS tools for writing powerful web applications without jQuery.
A lightweight, vanilla JS plugin for responsive navigation. No fancy styling or animations by default.
A simple and lightweight responsive menu plugin. Some options and no fancy styling or animations, but it works.
Tiny, invisible and simple, yet powerful and fast script that adds search, sort, filters and flexibility to plain HTML lists, tables, or anything.
A widget for inserting Pixabay image galleries with ease into any page.
A very simple accordion menu. By default, the plugin has no options, not even an element selector. Yet, it may be useful when creating an own accordion menu.
A simple date picker. Works in IE10+ out of the box. Explanation provided on how to use it with IE 7 and above.
Customizable date and time picker. Rather lightweight, with optionally used jQuery UI styles.
A lightweight date picker plugin with flexible CSS style options.
Tiny plugin to display huge data sets in tables easily and without performance issues.
Stand-alone parallax scrolling library for mobile and desktop; about 12 k minified.
A fast and good looking scrollbar with touch support. Medium sized code base and major browsers support.
A lightweight crossbrowser scrollbar plugin. Available as Vanilla JS and jQuery version.
Fully customizable and elegant scrollbars plugin with a rather large code base. Available as Vanilla JS and jQuery version.
Beautiful and very powerful image gallery plugin. A bit on the larger side concerning code base.
A slider-type, touch enabled, responsive, and feature rich image gallery plugin. Unfortunately, a very large code base. Free for non-commercial use.
A simple, responsive, touch-enabled image slider plugin. No active development, but working nonetheless.
An image slider plugin which has just the right amount of features, with no bloat and be easy to extend so that more features can be added when needed.
This rich text editor is embedded seamlessly in any web application. It's style and handling is quite unique and well worth checking out.
A free WYSIWYG editor for the modern web. With its extensible architecture and a expressive API you can completely customize it to fulfill your needs.
A powerful code syntax highlighter with very beautiful styles and manifold options. However, rather large in size. Used by Apache, Mozilla, Yahoo and others.
Prism is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, working in all modern browsers (IE 9+). It’s a spin-off from Dabblet and is used in production there.
Syntax highlighting auto-detecting 118 languages, multi-language code highlighting. A bit on the large side for a code highlighter.