Web developers who want to test their knowledge of JavaScript libraries and have some fun at the same time should play Jazle. The objective of this daily word game is to guess the name of a JavaScript library in six attempts. It is a parody of the well-known word game Wordle, but it has an original twist meant to appeal to web developers. It is simple to use and navigate thanks to the user interface. Players are presented with a fresh challenge each day as a new puzzle is produced.

You can heed some advice to improve your chances of winning the game. You should begin by using widely-used and well-known libraries like jQuery, React, and Angular. You can also limit your possibilities by searching for letter patterns that will lead you to the library's name. You can further reduce the number of letters you can choose by removing any that you believe are unlikely to be in the name of the library. If you're still having trouble figuring out the library name, you can always use a search engine to help you find libraries that might match the response the stacks returned.

It's certain to keep you interested and entertained with its user-friendly UI, frequent quizzes, and helpful advice. Why don't you try your hand at guessing the name of the JavaScript library after six tries?

How to play

  • Use the mouse

Other than this one, are there any other word-guessing games you'd recommend? Other entertaining and thrilling games, like Hexle 3, are available on our website. Attempt it out!

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