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mongooseMongoDB object modeling designed to work in an asynchronous environment.
When combined together with express and MongoDB database, Mongoose is a all you need package for a overall CRUD based app. All you need to just go through their simple documentation, connect to your MongoDB server and then easily use all the functions and properties available from Mongoose like for creating models and schemas and all other static and instance methods. It deserves 5 stars rating.
mongooseMongoDB object modeling designed to work in an asynchronous environment.
When combined together with express and MongoDB database, Mongoose is a all you need package for a overall CRUD based app. All you need to just go through their simple documentation, connect to your MongoDB server and then easily use all the functions and properties available from Mongoose like for creating models and schemas and all other static and instance methods. It deserves 5 stars rating.
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dayjs⏰ Day.js 2kB immutable date-time library alternative to Moment.js with the same modern API
If size is an issue for anyone then dayjs is more preferable over moment. Actually it does the same job as that of moment but the only thing that differ between both is the size. I too personally feel that dayjs is better.
firebaseFirebase Javascript SDK
Firebase gives you a complete solution about how thins can be takedown. Firebase is a very good complete backend solution. Helps in all sort of authentication like username, email and password. One could completely depend on firebase for medium scale projects.
lodashA modern JavaScript utility library delivering modularity, performance, & extras.
For the past 2 weeks I've been using this package in my project and my experience is so far good. It's a ver lightweitght package and very simple to use and deals with all types of objects. The main advantage of using this is to reduce the number of redundant codes which assist us with saving time. It provides me with a lot of helper methods but what I saw is that using Lodash makes the application a bit slow. Other than the experience is pretty good and I'm still using this in my projects.
eslintFind and fix problems in your JavaScript code.
The recommendations and rules it provides to write the code in development phase of the project are really awesome. It makes your code literally error free and easy to read. Also the documentation says the are clear. Not only this it has very large community so all of your issues with the package will be resolved instantly. I am saying all this because I work in Vs code and React bundle by default comes with it for creating react apps.
webpackA bundler for javascript and friends. Packs many modules into a few bundled assets. Code Splitting allows for loading parts of the application on demand. Through "loaders", modules can be CommonJs, AMD, ES6 modules, CSS, Images, JSON, Coffeescript, LESS, ... and your custom stuff.
I personally fell that it as a powerful tool if you want to manage different files of your project as it manages and packages different files into one. But at first you will have to struggle a lot while reading their docs and implementing that but after that you will able to master every aspects of the package if you don't have much time and patience then I will say to go with different tool.
bootstrapThe most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.
Its my favorite framework which I use most of the time in front end web development. Classes names they provide are very good which makes them very developer friendly to understand the properties and their behavior with the HTML elements. Also the grid system of Bootstrap has very wide variety of functionalities like responsiveness, structure, etc. So I am giving it 5 Stars.
tailwindcssA utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.
I liked the package because I am a kind of developer who loves styling and structuring the frontend graphical part of the applications. It has a very wide variety of classes for full fledged styling, proper class names and their functionalities which completely reduces the strain of relying on some other frameworks or stylesheets for css styling.
googleapisGoogle's officially supported Node.js client library for accessing Google APIs. Support for authorization and authentication with OAuth 2.0, API Keys and JWT (Service Tokens) is included.
Googleapis as a product of google has proved very useful to my projects. You can use for maps, youtube, etc. The documentations are something which you will really enjoy a lot while resding and understanding the range of functionalities it will give. But you should be patient enough in order fully to utilize the features of the package.
http-errorsCreate HTTP Errors
When I was defining routes in one of my CRUD apps, I came to know about this module. You can use it for displaying custom http errors like page not found, authentication or authorization errors, also the list of status codes and their description is given on their documentation I really enjoyed it. It's very simple and easy to use.

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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
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swiperMost modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions

SwiperJS is something that I have personally been using for a long time and it's cool little library to get all types of sliders up and running. It has lots of little functions and methods that one could also use and can interface directly with the swiper variable to cause the slider to do anything.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
react-spring✌️ A spring physics based React animation library
Bleeding Edge

I feel that it is one of the most advanced yet simple at the same time animating libraries to come out for react. Before using react-spring, I was not a very big fan of animation. BUt after using it my mind changed. i like the way react-spring makes it possible to use Physics-based animations, unlike CSS.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
wsSimple to use, blazing fast and thoroughly tested WebSocket client and server for Node.js

I have been using it for the past 2 years but to date have not found any big problems or issues. It does is work very efficiently. Whenever I get stuck or face any minor problems. it easily gets solved with the help of the community which is really appreciable.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago

I started using this because CSS used to get very cluttered and disorganized. Saas helped in organizing the clutter and making it into really specific modules and pieces of code. Since I already knew CSS, it was very easy for me to learn the syntax. Its mature and stable community is also great.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
vuex🗃️ Centralized State Management for Vue.js.

Vuex helped to manage my state, my data within apps more effectively especially when it comes to large applications with a lot of shared data. It really enhances my applications. Overall, I like this, and is recommended.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
jqueryjQuery JavaScript Library

Although I have used jquery in the past few years, I would not suggest using this library. On the other hand, the package is on the bulkier side which is a con. I prefer other packages like VanillaJS over this.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
axiosPromise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js

Axios is everybody's favorite fetch replacement. I found that it has a great balance of being incredibly easy to use, incredibly great on both client-side as well as the server-side. It is incredibly small when you bundle it into your application so it really doesn't add much bulk.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
bcryptbcrypt for NodeJs

You will never want to store the passwords of your clients as simple text. It makes hashing of passwords very easy, you don't even need to create separate password salts, then add it. It does all this by itself but I prefer passport and other tools over this because if you are working on bigger projects then you will definitely not write middlewares for authentication separately, and Bcrypt lacks this.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
firebaseFirebase Javascript SDK

I like how much the quality and productivity of my apps improved after using Firebase. I am a full stack developer so I have to most of the time deal with the backend as it is a pillar o any application but firebase makes the backend development very fast and easy so that you can focus more on the frontend and UI design of the apps, the things that matter.


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rajrgb upvoted a review by vishal-majhi
2mos ago
codemirrorIn-browser code editor

After using so many editors like VS Code, atom, code sandbox, I came across codemirror. And all of us know that syntax highlighting is available in all code editors but the presentation of codes this package gave me was very appealing. Not only JS, HTML, and web-based languages, it worked well with other programming languages like which I work on sometimes like C/C++, Python, etc.


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