Some of the controls available are: Scrollbar, Progress Bar, Rating, Select Multiple, Text Area, Windows, Tabs, and Context Menu.
The UKI is so simple that you do not need to install frameworks and there is no need to include CSS. So you have no dependency to manage it.
Dijit is designed for global audience with capabilities to serve people with different languages and cultures. It also facilitates people with different abilities. It enables bi-directional text to accommodate languages which are written from right to left. It also enables language translations along with cultural representation of numbers and dates useful in making astrological and other cultural sites.
It offers more functionality in less load time as far as UI components are concerned. If you want libraries for jQuery elements such as Forms, Overlay, Scrollable, Tooltip, Tabs and Flashembed, this lightweight UI comes handy.
This library is available on top of the jQuery core and it facilitates animation that enables attractive interactions. Containing UI related functions, it be divided into three main parts:
A. Widgets : containing customizable and prebuilt UIs
B. Effects: easy to use animations
C. Mouse interactions: Expanded interactions with elements including dragging and dropping
A designing-friendly UI, Jitsu is very rich framework that features a host of utilities such as Ajax, animation engine, page compiler, language, XML, and runtime inspector etc. It makes building web applications fun and easy. For rapid interactions, client side data binding is facilitated in it. If you want to make any changes, you can do it easily without having to do it from ground up.
It’s also a feature rich UI library, which includes numerous components. Some of these are utilities and some of these are full-fledged UI widgets. The controls offered by this UI include Button, Calendar, Panel, AutoComplete, Treeview, Dialog, and Image Gallery, etc.
This is the ultimate UI library as far as above kits and frameworks are concerned. So, if nothing comes up to the mark, you can try Yahoo! YUI Library, which is extremely feature-rich and dependable. It’s constantly updated to serve developers and it’s so comprehensive that there is hardly any UI that comes near to it.