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Ligthweight UI framework for Vue.js built using the popular flexbox-based CSS library Bulma. It has all the components a typical web app needs inluding dynamic elements like modals, toasts, and notifications, enableing devs to quickly add any user interface to their existing Vue.js projects.
Zero-dependency library for programatically highlighting and replacing strings within the DOM. The HR.js API couldn’t be simpler – just use a CSS selector to target the parent HTML element holding the desired text, choose which words to highlight, set the background color, and you’re done!
React VR is a framework for the creation of VR applications that run in your web browser. It pairs modern APIs like WebGL and WebVR with the declarative power of React, producing experiences that can be consumed through a variety of devices.
title attributes when not supported.
Haul is a command line tool for developing React Native apps. It can be used as a direct replacement of the React Native packager, providing better webpack support, improved error messages, and greatly reduced compilation times. Haul is well documented, customizable, and completely open-source.
Stylelint is a modern CSS linter that will help teams eforce unopinionated CSS standards in their stylesheets. The library is pretty powerful and can forbid or whitelist specific properties, catch errors, and recognize SCSS syntax. Stylelint is totaly cusotmizable, giving you the option to add new rules or opt-out of those that you don’t agree with.
React component that can be used for adding fully functional Excel-like datasheets to your apps. Table cells can be freely edited, group-selected, copied, pasted, deleted, and everything else you’d expect, with keyboard navigation also available. There are 3 useful examples on their GitHub – a basic table, spreasheet with formulas, and table with nested components.
Modular CSS framework with a minimal footprint. The entire library is just 3.8 kb minified and gzipped but this size can be further reduced by excluding the parts you don’t need. Modules include a base set of styles, a responsive grid, form components, buttons, tables, and menus.
Huge collection of free icons for popular social networks, apps, services, and other brands. Since all the icons are made with SVG they can be scaled to any size without fear of pixelation or smudges. Being SVG-based also makes them super lightweight – most are under 500 bytes, more detailed ones around 1 or 2 KB.