On your journey to becoming a well-rounded React developer, you would come across innumerable libraries, leaving you dazed and confused.
So, here is a list of 7 libraries that can't go wrong with learning as a React developer.
1. React Joyride
React Joyride is a library that helps you create walkthroughs and guided tours for your React apps.
It is an incredible tool to showcase new features to existing users & onboarding new users to your app.
2. React PDF Renderer
React PDF Renderer is a library that helps you create PDF files using React components, thus making the tedious process of creating PDFs a walk in the park.
3. React Beautiful DnD
React Beautiful DnD is a library that helps you create drag and drop interfaces in your React apps.
4. Material UI
This is a library that needs no introduction. Material UI is the largest component library for React. It is used by Spotify, Amazon, Netflix and countless other companies.
Swiper.js, as the library name suggests, is a library that helps you create swipeable interfaces in your React apps.
6. React Query
React Query is a data management library which provides immense control of fetching, caching data, and error handling using simple hooks.
7. React Spring
React Spring is a library that helps you create eye-candy animations in your React apps, which ensures high user engagement!
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Top comments (26)
Nice article 👌 @ruppysuppy
By the way, react-beautiful-dnd is not maintained anymore. I would recommend using @hello-pangea/dnd as a replacement (it's a fork completely rewritten in TypeScript) You can read more about this here and here 🙂
Great work! The libraries you mention are truly helpful for all react developers! I also like Jest, extremely useful for tests of any kind👍🏻
Thanks alot it's helpful info👍
Thanks a lot it was very helpful 🥰
I am definitely going to use React Spring! Thank you for sharing :D
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Very good post!
As a junior developer, and a React developer at that, it's really interesting and reassuring to see such useful and simple libraries
Thanks, Great article
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Nice article, thanks man!
Quick note, MUI is building a spiritual successor, JoyUI. It's not stable, but it looks beautiful.