layerJS vs Umbrella JS: What are the differences?
What is layerJS? UI composition & animation in pure HTML. UX patterns like menus, sliders, layers & lightboxes, parallax effects, page-swipes, zoom effects, etc. are really just interactive animated layers. layerJS is a simple open source library that provides one simple universal concept to create such patterns in pure HTML.
DOM traversal (selector, filter, find, each, etc.) DOM editing (classes & attributes, html, before, etc.) Event handling.
Some of the features offered by layerJS are:
- Universal - One library for all UX patterns. Slider, Popups, Accordeon, Menu, Parallax, (Touch) Gestures, etc.
- Pure HTML - Layout your interface with HTML attributes and define interaction with Links
- Plays with - Angular, VueJS, React, jQuery. Use your framework to modify frame content or generate frames dynamically.
On the other hand, Umbrella JS provides the following key features:
- Intuitive and Documented
- Tiny and Clear
- Tested and Performant
layerJS is an open source tool with 1.73K GitHub stars and 75 GitHub forks. Here's a link to layerJS's open source repository on GitHub.