10 Most Used JavaScript & CSS Libraries for August 2018

1.Hover Buttons

A cool set of HTML buttons with animated on-hover effects. The buttons come in all shapes and sizes and there are a lot of great animations to choose from.


2. Hamburgers

It is a collection of tasty CSS-animated hamburger icons. Also included is the source as a Sass library. It’s modular and customizable, so cook up your own hamburger.


3. Notif.me

A Node.js library for sending notifications. It works as an all-in-one solution for handling emails, SMS, and push notifications. Each service has multiple providers you can choose from.


Themes based on the biggest StartUps (buttons, color palette, components, etc.) ready to use in your own projects.

5. t-scroll

A modern reveal-on-scroll library with useful options and animations.


Rebass is a React UI kit for building responsive web apps. It has over 60 styled-components.This are customizable via styled-system-based properties. This keeps styles isolated and reduces the need to write custom CSS.


7. React Simple Maps

React components library for creating maps made out of SVG. There are components for adding all kinds of map details like text annotations, markers, and custom colors for each region.

8. Gpu.js

Library for running browser JavaScript code in the GPU. It allows you to execute complex calculations much quicker by compiling specially written JS into shader language. That can run on the GPU via WebGL. If WebGL isn’t available the functions fallback to regular JavaScript.



A curated collection of splendid gradients made in CSS3, .sketch and .PSD formats.


A set of beautiful SVG icons with very detailed on-hover animations. Unlike most other web icon fonts, this one is actually JavaScript-powered and requires the bodymovin library for exporting After Effects animations to SVG format.

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