It has all the features that people look for . The sad part is kafkajs open source maintainers. They don't value issues raised by the community regarding serious issues and hence rendering such an amazing library to be unpopular.
Pros: huge community, tonnes of professional templates (even free ones), relatively easy to use, consistent UI across browsers Cons: strongly tied to jQuery which is totally out of fashion, so much boilerplate it can become slow on larger website, not so easy to make non-trivial customizations to the style and behavior, oh, and did I mention jQuery?
very useful library which can help you make your application as beautiful as others. Lots of css class, js behaviors, template of build-in components to use and so on. Cons : heavily jquery on the code behind so there are more lightweight libraries then this. like all styling libraries - if you would like to use 2 of them.. don't cause the two libraries can have conflicts and override styling.
The package manager that makes it so simple and handy for us. All I ever do is npm install ... Amazing and indeed one of the most important tool. I cant imagine my developer life without npm.
I've used Ant Design because it supports TypeScript and ES6. Ant design is easy to integrate with your projects/applications. There are alot of components in this library so you can keep on experimenting things.Also some of the components are beautifully animated. The documentation is also good. And the code is relatively short. There's also a separate library for icons too incase you want to make your project as lightweight as possible. The main alternatives for this library are Material-UI and Bootstrap, both are good.
At first, I did not understand the purpose of this library. But when I started writing code it suggests me to write industry format best practices code also it helps me writing bug free code. Happy to find such an awesome tool.
Easiest way to write and then connect to almost any sql engine. Also it provides enough flexibility in what engine you choose. Also there are multi-support feature which makes it easy to use. Another interesting feature would be the Api, Migrations/Seeds etc. Although Sequelize is a better alternative, knex has it's own perks.
I am using a severless from last three year and this is best library for developing and deploying web apps . and when i use it i get great experience with it and their documentation is great .and because they have a big team in their company their communication support is awesome . And serverless has more advantages like we pay only for that space we use in our app .Testing and deploying is more simpler than others.
using it for the past 4 years and it was a great experience, I will here provide constructive criticism there are many approaches available to do a task. you need to carefully choose the path as once your project will grow you cant change the approach as it provides a design pattern to work with. there are some old methods also there to support old projects, research first which method is latest. go for Op in case you need to use operators and don't use include for joins. it creates problems in the long run
In the start of reactjs it was very hard to configure tooling for bundling and parsing jsx. Where every other framework was coming with a CLI tool to deal with this issue. Finally react has create-react-app which takes this issue away and we can start a project in one command. I like the tools documentation as it has all the options mentioning how to add different flavours of css style, how to deploy to different cloud providers.