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Webpack - A bundler for javascript and friends

  •    Javascript

Webpack is a module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

css-spinners - Simple CSS spinners and throbbers made with CSS and minimal HTML markup.

  •    CSS

Simple CSS loading indicators made with CSS and minimal HTML markup. Simply replace "loading-indicator" with the class name of your choice.

loaders.css - Delightful, performance-focused pure css loading animations.

  •    CSS

Delightful and performance-focused pure css loading animations. A collection of loading animations written entirely in css. Each animation is limited to a small subset of css properties in order to avoid expensive painting and layout calculations.

NVActivityIndicatorView - A collection of awesome loading animations

  •    Swift

NVActivityIndicatorView is a collection of awesome loading animations. This is original a fork from DGActivityIndicatorView, inspired by Loaders.css, written in Swift with full implementation of animations, plus more.

vuex-loading - Complex Loader Management for Vue/Vuex Applications

  •    Vue

Multiple Process Loader Management for Vue and (optionally) Vuex.Even it's named as "vuex-loading", Vuex is now completely optional.

load-asset - Loads a single or multiple assets and returns a promise.

  •    Javascript

A simple Promise-based asset loader with cross browser support down to IE 11. Ideal for use with async/await syntax. Uses fetch where possible, otherwise falls back to XMLHTTPRequest. Tries to infer loader type from extension, but you can also specify a type for other extensions – see Loaders for details.

flutter_spinkit - ✨ A collection of loading indicators animated with flutter

  •    Dart

A collection of loading indicators animated with flutter. Heavily inspired by @tobiasahlin's SpinKit. For more info, please, refer to the showcase.dart in the example.


  •    Javascript

Qoopido.demand is a modular, flexible and 100% async JavaScript module loader with a promise like interface that utilizes localStorage as a caching layer. It comes in a rather tiny package of ~7kB minified and gzipped. Qoopido.demand originated from my daily use of require.js for the initial development of my Qoopido.nucleus library which is strictly atomic by nature, unbundled.

react-native-spinner-button - React Native button component with multiple animated spinners

  •    Javascript

This is a pure javascript and react-native Button component with a Spinner embeded in it. In many of the react-native projects we have worked on required the button to be disabled when app is processing something on tap of that button, and a loading indicator on it or beside it, so the user can be made aware of app doing some processing. From a developer perspective, it is very painful to manage two different components: a button and a spinner for lots of buttons! So when we came accross this beautiful component SSspinnerButton, we decided to do something like that in react-native.

isomorphic-ensure - :last_quarter_moon: Use webpack loaders seamlessly – in node as well as in the browser

  •    Javascript

Use webpack loaders seamlessly – in node as well as in the browser. And that almost for free. Around 160 bytes is all you’ll add to the browser bundle – including boilerplate code. Measured minzipped when raw-loader and json-loader are used.

react-native-animated-loader - :lollipop: A React Native Loader Component which uses Airbnb's Lottie for beautiful loader animations

  •    Javascript

A React Native Loader Component which uses Airbnb's Lottie for beautiful loader animations. This library uses lottie-react-native to render loader animations. Therefore this library need to be installed and linked to your project before installing this package.

vue-spinners - 💫 A collection of loading spinner components for Vuejs

  •    Javascript

A Vue.js port of react-spinners. For size, height, and width props, there are sizeUnit, heightUnit, and widthUnit prop that accepts px, %, or em. The default for the unit prop is px.

loaders - ECMAScript Modules Loaders


The Node.js Loaders Team maintains and actively develops the ECMAScript Modules Loaders implementation in Node.js core. This team is spun off from the Modules team. We aim to implement the use cases that went unfulfilled by the initial ES modules implementation that can be achieved via loaders.

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