Libscore

Scans web sites to collect stats on JavaScript library usage

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Jesse Chase
Jesse ChaseMaker@chasingux · Creative Director
Libscore doesn't provide a "score" so to say, but rather shows marginal library usage based on a regular crawl of the top 1 million sites. Think of Libscore as a informational tool to allow a lib author to see WHO is using their open source javascript library. Shortly, users will be able to see how libraries are trending over time.
Thomas Davis
Thomas DavisMakerHiring@thomasdav_is · Listium, Cdnjs, JSON Resume
I work on the API for Libscore, let me know if you have any cool integration ideas! API Docs: https://github.com/julianshapiro...
Julian Shapiro
Julian ShapiroMakerHiring@shapiro · Julian.com
For those who are interested, I've written up a guide explaining Libscore's intentions and downsides. The tool will never be perfect, but we think it serves its purpose: http://medium.com/@Shapiro/intro...
Radoslav Stankov
Radoslav StankovHunterPro@rstankov · Tech @ Product Hunt
This way in my mind people can see what is actually being used. Since especially in JavaScript land there are a a lot of come and go trends.
John Edgar
John Edgar@jedgar · Building better cities.
Great work Jesse Chase.