It turned out to be the same as I had expected i.e., loading CSS into JS apps becomes very easy and smooth with css-loader. It makes CSS easier to manage. Installing the package took no time due to straightforward documenation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Electron is a framework that lets me create cross-platform apps using HTML, CSS, JS. It helped me by providing rich JS APIs that handle the particulars of talking to different operating systems. It also uses web pages for creating user interfaces. It is a kind of minimal web browser with the ability to interact with the local file system and this web browser is a part of your apps packaging, so you could code with confidence. Overall, a great framework.
I am a React developer so it is pretty much obvious that I know about react-native and used it in almost all my react apps. After using this I can say it is a very powerful package for react development and without any second thought every developer should give this at least one try. Docs are very informative. Thanks to the community.
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.
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.