I have used this API recently in my personal project. for making a trade of cryptocurrency. the great thing is it provides real-time data of the market. which is almost correct compared to the current market value. Lightweight, easy-to-use, well-documented library. but if u are a beginner u have to go through the documentation before its usage.it does have more than 120+ cryptocurrency exchange information.
I am using google API from the start of my development career. The best part about google API is it's well documented, simple, easy to use lightweight and it has large community support. for beginners it's complicated but once u understand the flow then implementation is smooth.
Easy to use, open-source, secure, well-documented authentication library of node.js.which supports authentication with all the giant social media platforms like Google, Github, Facebook, etc.it supports all databases. with a few lines of code, you can create a login page with full functionality.
For all my node.js projects for authorization and authentication, I use the passport library. Code does the job but is hard to follow because it has lots of callbacks. The document is not well maintained but the community is very large and helpful you get most of the solutions on the discussion platform.it supports authentication with almost all social media platforms. It works with all types of the database schema and supports SQL and NoSQL.
It is used for parsing, transformations, and manipulation of js dates. I've used moment extensively in the past for creating user-friendly dates for a few webs and social apps The only thing I don't like about this package is it creates a wrapper on top of js dates which prevent me from using js predefined function but this problem is not evident with date-fns so I use it only now.