Freelance Dev ♥ JavaScript

Freelance Dev ♥ JavaScript

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8mos ago
parcelThe zero configuration build tool for the web. 📦🚀
Easy to Use
Bleeding Edge
Performant

After wrestling with Webpack for years, Parcel was just a joy to work with. It actually just works. It's amazing that in 2020 the most common use cases that nearly every front-end developer runs into require an insane Webpack configuration. The only small complaints that I would have about Parcel is that the documentation is a bit lacking, and it would be nice to have just a bit of configuration (coming in Parcel 2), but hey...compared to Webpack I'm not complaining.


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8mos ago
antd🌈 A UI Design Language and React UI library
Great Documentation

I've used it on a couple of projects. It wouldn't be my first choice for a design system, but works well in a large setting and takes advantage of some powerful and popular tools such as React and Typescript. For smaller projects, this is most likely overkill.


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semantic-uiSemantic is a UI component framework based around useful principles from natural language.
Easy to Use
Great Documentation
Highly Customizable
Bleeding Edge

Semantic is great if you want to hack together a fully fledged website very quickly. It's very intuitive, and I would recommend it to any developer looking to take advantage of modern tooling.


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8mos ago
rollupNext-generation ES module bundler

I looked at rollup briefly when looking for Webpack alternatives. It's OK, but it's not as easy to use as Parcel, that's for sure.


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