Download the latest version here:

Version 1.11.0 - MIT licensed

Miq DOM library

Miq is a lightweight DOM library.

Miq is like jQuery, but with fewer functions and more modern and can therefore be only 1.4 kilobyte zipped.

Miq compared to jQuery:

You don't like the jQuery reference? Just see Miq as a shortcut for document.querySelectorAll() with a couple of attached utility functions.


Supported functions:

and all other Array functions.

See the full documentation for a description of every function/property.

Miq supports type definitions, so in a supporting editor like Visual Studio or WebStorm, you'll get auto complete and inline documentation. Download miq.d.ts.


The easiest way is to use a content delivery network. Just paste the following code in your HTML:

<script src="" integrity="sha384-ImUa755IQNnQYYaUo3+ruuKDnWlc7vZOwof82bWByawbfDXP3e1SDcLsdvNNPcM7" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>


For a modular approach, miq supports both AMD and CommonJS.


require(['miq'], function($) {
    // your code here...


var $ = require("miq");


To install the whole package, you can use one of the following commands:

git clone
npm install miq --save-dev

Miq works with Internet Explorer 9 and later, Chrome, Firefox, Safari 7 and later (OSX and iOS) and Opera.

Unit tests

You can run the unit tests. Let me know when you see a test fail.

Open Source

Miq is copyright 2016 Edwin Martin and released under the open source MIT license. The code is available on GitHub, where you can clone and improve it and make pull requests.

Edwin Martin <>