I used Bounce.js in one of my Fun web projects to make every interaction grabbable with a funny bounce animation. and it is really easy to implement and the Documentation and Examples are good. and the performance is good as well.
I love Animate.css it is a simple library with really good CSS animations and the implementation is really dead simple and the website from animate.css https://animate.style/ is so good it shows every animation in a preview with a copy & paste feature. I recommend this library to every web dev that wants good-looking animations with easy implementation.
Great alternative to the popular `classnames` package. If Time To Interaction is your main concern, this package is definitely for you.
Axios is an amazing HTTP client for node. It is extremely versatile and easy to use. I do prefer the native node fetch over axios however, but it is very good for beginners.
In the project that I am working on, the front end of the main website is built with React. I've been working on it for the last few months and haven't faced any major issues! React is much easier than any other front end library, also it is very popular and known by many so it is easier to find help resources and general support. Considering the fact that it is widely used, I'm also planning to use it in upcoming projects :)
This is a very nice package for beginners, and quite friendly. It's great for small projects and to learn how CSS classes work and how to combine them.
Yarn is awesome! Since it uses its own servers unlike the normal npm, it is faster and you rarely encounter issues. Very helpful for building stuff taken from GitHub etc