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Javascript is almost as old as the web. Historically, it was lightly used to create in-page interactivity like maps, tooltips, and media players. Within the past decade, however, Javascript has emerged as a viable means to create highly interactive user interfaces, single page applications, and entire websites with advent of frameworks such as React, Vue, Angular, and so many others (too many to list!).

User interfaces

We can employ Javascript to be the icing-on-the-cake—think intelligent autocompletion or sorting tables—or to build the entire application, from interactive dashboards with filterable charts and graphs to photo editing and manipulation—all from a web browser.

On the modern web, the best interfaces will use Javascript in some form.

Javascript frameworks and libraries

If you have an existing Javascript-based application and are searching for help, look no further. Here is a list of Javascript frameworks and libraries with which we’ve worked:




This is by no means an exhaustive list, so feel free to ask us if we’ve worked with a particular library or framework.