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primereactThe Most Complete React UI Component Library
Recently I had used this library majorly for DataTable and this has been a life-savor library for the ease of customizations it comes up with. Their team also has a very active discord group. Personally, I have asked a lot of questions on discord and got all of them answered and they are also very active on the GitHub repo and handle issues proactively. Regarding the library, it comes with a lot of themes and lots of components. Also, the documentation is covered with good examples to learn and implement. I will recommend this for DataTable at least.
primereactThe Most Complete React UI Component Library
Recently I had used this library majorly for DataTable and this has been a life-savor library for the ease of customizations it comes up with. Their team also has a very active discord group. Personally, I have asked a lot of questions on discord and got all of them answered and they are also very active on the GitHub repo and handle issues proactively. Regarding the library, it comes with a lot of themes and lots of components. Also, the documentation is covered with good examples to learn and implement. I will recommend this for DataTable at least.
@ag-grid-community/coreThe best JavaScript Data Table for building Enterprise Applications. Supports React / Angular / Vue / Plain JavaScript.
I must say that ag-grid provides a lot of components and give a tough competition to its rivals like PrimeReact but one thing I would like to say is that its community version does not provide row grouping and many more important features and pricing for the enterprise is very high in comparison to other alternatives. It's overall great with many features like searching, sorting, filtering, etc. Personally, I liked its column pinning feature and you might have a look at docs to learn more and they have great documentation with good examples.
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ka-tableLightweight MIT React Table component with Sorting, Filtering, Grouping, Virtualization, Editing and many more
Ka-Table is my go-to component for DataGrid functionality after PrimeReact. I have used both and both provide many functions sort, filter, search, pagination, etc. But for me theming was easier in PrimeReact and already they provide so many themes and easy customization and that's what lacks in Ka-Table. I found customization not that straightforward as of PrimeReact and documentation is okay but not as good as PrimeReact DataTable. Overall good library for beginners but for production I will recommend PrimeReact DataTable above this.
react-dropzoneSimple HTML5 drag-drop zone with React.js.
I used this library recently in a project for upload file functionality. It's easy to use and has many props to make your life easier. I set it up to only accept a single PDF and you can do validations to only accept images or multiple images etc. You have the option to show/disable preview and many other customization options. It looks good, works well, and moreover does its job. What else do you want from a package that makes your life easier? Highly recommend this package for upload functionality.
formikBuild forms in React, without the tears 😭
For this library, I would say a YES and a NO. Yes for the ease with which we can validate forms and elements like Phone Numbers, E-mail, Passwords, etc. No, when we have complex validations and too many validations in one form. Let us say you have too many conditions then why use an extra library and make things complex when you can simply do the validations using conditions and Regex in React. So, it's a 50-50 recommendation from my side if anyone wants to use this library.
@material-ui/coreMUI (formerly Material-UI) is the React UI library you always wanted. Follow your own design system, or start with Material Design.
I cannot find a person who has worked on React and didn't use this library. The reason behind this being the most famous and most used UI framework for react lies in the fact that it's highly customizable. You name the component that can't be customized, be it TextFields, Chips, SnackBars, AppBar, SideBar, etc. I personally found the documentation and examples so easy to understand when I started using this library and would highly recommend this to anyone using React.
concurrentlyRun commands concurrently. Like `npm run watch-js & npm run watch-less` but better.
Earlier when I was new to development I used to open two terminals whenever I have to run two separate commands. Let's say one for the react application and one for the express server and always used to think about how can I run both of them together and then I came to know about concurrently using which you can run multiple commands and that too in the same terminal. So, that will help you a lot if you are looking to run multiple NPM commands at the same time.
reduxPredictable state container for JavaScript apps
Having used both useContext() and Redux my advice would be to go with Redux. Now beginners working on small projects might disagree as useContext() is easy and performant for small projects but for larger projects, Redux will help. Though Redux is tough to understand but performant for large applications and that I can tell from my personal experience. It only re-renders the updated components unlike useContext() which re-renders all the components.
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react-trelloPluggable components to add a kanban board to your application
I used this to implement a scheduling service to drag and drop items from one date to other. During the implementation, I found the library useful but customization was a bit tricky part and it took time to understand how to use this library. Overall, a good library for similar use cases but a little tough to customize. The best part I liked was scrolling-individual lanes so that for lanes with many elements we don't have to scroll the whole page.
@progress/kendo-react-gridIssue tracker - KendoReact http://www.telerik.com/kendo-react-ui/
KendoReact DataGrid is beyond all the DataGrids. Though expensive it has all the features, you name it and Kendo has it. Besides common features like sort, filter, pagination, etc. What I personally liked is the awesome column grouping feature with column pinning, PDF exports, and many more awesome features as an add-on. If you are working on a very big project with a good budget in hand then don't look anywhere else and buy this one directly.

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1mo ago
vue🖖 Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web.

Supports ES5-compliant browsers. It has a core library that is approachable and focuses only on the view layer. It also supports other useful libraries that can help you manage complexities associated with one-page applications. Blazing-fast virtual DOM, 20 kb min+gzip runtime, and needs fewer optimization.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
aureliaAurelia 2, a standards-based, front-end framework designed for high-performing, ambitious applications.

To develop applications. Use server-side rendering. Perform two-way data binding. Aurelia is designed to execute high performance and perform batch DOM updates efficiently. Delivers consistent and scalable performance even with a complex UI. An extensive ecosystem with state management, validation, and internationalization.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
voc
vocaThe ultimate JavaScript string library

Due to its modular structure, the whole library or its individual functions load quickly while reducing the app build. Offers functions to chop, format, manipulate, query, and escape strings. No dependencies


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
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screenfullSimple wrapper for cross-browser usage of the JavaScript Fullscreen API

Full-screen a page or element Hide navigation UI on mobile phones Add full-screen elements using jQuery and Angular. Detects full-screen modifications, errors, etc.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
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parsleya pure javascript http parser

Its intuitive DOM API takes inputs directly from HTML tags without requiring you to write a JS line Dynamic form validation by detecting form modifications dynamically 12+ built-in validators, Ajax validator, and other extensions


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
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cleave.jsFormat input text content when you are typing...

Implement cleave.js to multiple DOM elements with CSS selectors. To update a specific raw value. To get the reference of the text field.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago

Adding a video background is easy with this JavaScript library. This feature looks cool on screens of different scales and sizes and works smoothly. Videos added can resize based on the browser used.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
d3.jsAn npm package that holds a spot.
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fullpage.jsfullPage plugin by Alvaro Trigo. Create full screen pages fast and simple

You can create full-screen scrolling sites or one-page websites easily. It is simple to use and can also add a landscape slider inside your site sections. Highly recommend this from personal experience.


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lepusarcticus
1mo ago
enzymeJavaScript Testing utilities for React
Easy to Use
Performant

It allows testing of only the necessary components as per requirement, ensuring that the application is not loaded with too much testing of all components at once. This is what makes it stand out in comparison to other testing libraries. Highly Recommended!!!


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