One of the advantages of Jest is speed. It is excellent and have hot reloading feature.The CLI to run tests is intuitive, with a bunch of cool options like notifications.It syntax is simple and is highly extendable.
It is an awesome node module for interacting with discord API. I only used this for creating bots . Great features and customization always the key advantages. Moreover it is straight forward and easy to use with excellent documentation.
One of my favorite framework that i used and started my development journey. The large number of professional templates, themes and plugins, community support and its consistency across wide devices. but in the current decade i will go with newer ones since it is a bit outdated.
Great library when comes to making web app.You can create web apps in few minutes without knowing any web framework. Also fast. One thing to note is that it is only for testing and also to share with other team members not for official deployment. Also don't have higher customization.
A must have tool that all developers should configure for their web projects. Super efficient and super fast, this tool makes writing clean, readable and easily maintainable code super easy. No more commit based linting required. lint-staged makes catching lint issues super easy at the staging state itself! A must have and highly recommended tool.
Nice Yaml parser implementation for node.js. The js-yaml CLI is perhaps the single most useful tool that is provided by this module. The documentation is quite detailed and nicely structured. After yamljs, I think this is one of the best yaml implementations for Node.
A great framework for Vue based web developers. I feel that Nuxt is a very balanced framework that makes development of full stack Vue applications quite simple and effective. Great documentation + Awesome Community support makes this one of the most practical web frameworks to work with.
Overall, I like material-ui for the most part. We use it in our production environment. Sometimes we have issues with the form controls not rendering right, etc. I really like the angular version of material-ui. But have you seen the material-ui store they have alongside this package? If not--you should definitely check it out. They have some examples in their that are some of the cleanest looking themes I've ever seen! And those are all built on this package so I guess I just still have more learning to do in the react realm. We always seem to have problems with rendering these days, either renders too much or too little--that and unit testing react redux stuff. But as for material-ui in particular, they have excellent docs that we've made use of numerous times and I'd recommend it to anyone programming in react!