Really an excellent library for mobile apps! The fact that it is web technology-based, but builds to native binaries means that you can leverage the best of both web and native worlds. Not to mention the fact that if you develop for Android and iOS, 99% of the time it works without any extra modifications. It really is awesome!
Spaship deployment seems pretty easy with the cli this a killer tool for the app deployment this interface just fask simple questions thats all i have n't see such easy tool for app deployments. One issue i noticed with deployments are 1) Error messages and codes are not explanatory 2) Frequent connection drop out on spa upload
The best form libraries I have used till now. It is very easy to use, performant and has nice documentation. It supports the integration to other UI libraries as well. I have used it with PatternFly React components with their inbuilt Controller components. This fits very well and works like a breeze. I really like the way it can be extended, I used Yep schema builder with this to validate the input data. It also has easy and efficient error handling.
Faker is one of my favourite tools for quickly creating mock data for PoCs for work. I have used it a couple of times for also seeding data for implementing e2e tests in jest. However, if you are planning to do a demo of a web UI to a customer or a large audience, I would suggest to steer clear of it, as the seeded data can quite often be incoherent and might end up your demo quite unprofessional. However, for development purposes, it can be quite a time saver. I also explored faker cloud once, however, the pricing can be a deterrent for many to use it. I would recommend using a local deployment instead.
I stumbled upon this package while implementing a CLI for a cloud based application for which I wanted to showcase remote deployment status of SPAs. For this I needed something lightweight, performant and easy to use to showcase different status codes at the end of each deployments. This is where I used the colors package. At 4.2kb only it's very lightweight and allowed me to not just set text colors but also highlight background colors. Mixed with some ANSII art, I went on to implement quite a fancy CLI based interaction for the users. Loved this package!
Another great package that I used just this week within a form UI that I was workin upon. Very easy to install and use, and highly customizable. I was looking for a slider input web component preferably in React which would allow me to get input in a 2 dimensional plan (i.e. both X & Y axis) with customizable styling. This package checked all the boxes! Needless to say I am quite happy with the outcome. The documentation, even though it might initially look sparse, is actually quite good and covers all the options. Highly recommended from me!
Nice little React based package to implement a good looking fairly functional calendar input component. Used it in a form UI this week and liked it because of how easy it was to implement it. The documentation is great as well. One particular configuration option that I liked the most in this package in the locale selection option, which meant that I can actually implement locale based calendar input in regional languages.
Good as a basic editor for WYSIWIG angular applications. However, not quite as good as some of the alternatives out there like CKEditor. Also, I have observed that it tends to be quite buggy from time to time. The documentation is also quite lacking for my needs.
The quintessential Node middleware! I have been using express ever since I first building REST APIs for Node. Until about a few years back express was the only decent middleware out there for building efficient REST APIs and it continues to be relevant even today. However, with the advent of Koa which is another middleware from the developers of express developers nowadays have good options available to them. Express still commands a great user base due to it's ease of use, great documentation and amount of huge community of community support.
Antd is my third most favourite design system out there after material-ui and patternfly and I mostly use it for personal hobby projects. With a vast component library and exhaustive customization options available for it is quite a good component library for frontend development. Some of the pros of it are include inbuilt TypeScript support, easy to implement React based web components and a good community support. On the flipside I have faced quite a few issues personally while trying to use it for large projects using Angular, Vue or even within Create React based applications at times.