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In this list you'll find 3 jQuery alternatives. You can also filter jQuery alternatives by Open Source licenses, and various platforms including Self-Hosted , JavaScript , Node.js and HTML to narrow down your search.

Svelte

Svelte introduces a radical new approach to building user interfaces with JavaScript. It is a compile-based component framework that builds efficient code that updates the DOM. Where most traditional frontend JavaScript framework does most of their work in the browser, Svelte includes that work in the compilation process when you build your app. This creates a smaller app which ultimately leads to faster load times and a better experience for the end-user.

Vue.js

Vue.js is a free and open-source intuitive and composable MVVM framework for building interactive UIs with JavaScript. The library was first created and released by Evan You back in 2014, and saw a meteoric rise in the open-souce community. Possibly due to the accessible nature of the project and the library itself. With Vue.js you can get started by simply importing the script via CDN, and start building. Today, Vue.js is used in a multitude of web applications and powers interactive interfaces for people to enjoy across the globe.

HTMX

HTMX is a HTML-first web framework that allows you to access AJAX, CSS Transitions, WebSockets and Server Sent Events directly in HTML Markup, using attributes. With HTMX, developers can quickly build emmersive experiences and modern user interfaces without having to worry about REST APIs or complicated frontend JavaScript configurations. HTMX weighs in at just under 10k min.gz'd and is completley dependecy-free.

jQuery

A fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library that let's you write less code and get more done. The library is specifically designed to simplify HTML DOM tree traversal and manipulation, event handling, CSS animation and Ajax related tasks. jQuery was first released in 2006, and instantly changed the way many write JavaScript. Today, about 70% of the top 10 million websites still use jQuery to improve the experience for their visitors.

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