The js-sys crate provides raw bindings to all the global APIs guaranteed to exist in every JavaScript environment by the ECMAScript standard, and its source lives at wasm-bindgen/crates/js-sys. With the js-sys crate, we can work with Objects, Arrays, Functions, Maps, Sets, etc... without writing the #[wasm_bindgen] imports by hand.

Documentation for the published version of this crate is available on docs.rs but you can also check out the master branch documentation for the crate.

For example, we can invoke JavaScript Function callbacks and time how long they take to execute with Date.now(), and we don't need to write any JS imports ourselves:

fn main() {
use wasm_bindgen::prelude::*;

pub fn timed(callback: &js_sys::Function) -> f64 {
    let then = js_sys::Date::now();
    callback.apply(JsValue::null(), &js_sys::Array::new()).unwrap();
    let now = js_sys::Date::now();
    now - then

The js-sys crate doesn't contain bindings to any Web APIs like document.querySelectorAll. These will be part of the web-sys crate.