Grommet is component library intended to help you in the task of creating your own websites simply by mixing and matching parts. That being said, this one has a strong focus on accessibility (by providing features such as keyword navigation, screen reader tags and so on), responsiveness and theming.
And if you’re not designed-inclined, which some developers aren’t they even provide you with a design kit and a complete icon set.
The design kit comes in different flavors such as Sketch for MacOS (seen in the screenshot below), Adobe XD and more.
Finally, the icon set can be seen in full on their site, but the image below shows how easy it is to install them into your project and add them to your code.
2. React Virtualized
Much like the React Spinner, React Virtualized is meant to solve a single problem: efficiently rendering lists and tabular data in your pages.
Those edge cases and others are the ones this particular project is attempting to tackle.
Their website has a very simple, yet powerful demo you can play around with and understand the power this library brings to the mix. Change the numbers around and add copious amount of elements to your lists and see how easy it can adapt. Then think about how much code you’d have to write to make your own lists as flexible and then download React Virtualized.
3. React Desktop
Take a look at the following screenshots to understand what we mean by that.
If you’re looking for an easy way to develop desktop applications using web technologies, we highly recommend doing so with React Desktop and Electron.js.
4. Easily create your own library with Bit.dev
To build your own team’s library, without tons of overhead, try using Bit.dev. If a component library is like a music CD-Album, then bit.dev is like iTunes or Spotify for UI components. It kills 90% of the overhead, it’s scalable and it provides many enhanced features for shared components:
- Gradually isolate and harvest components without losing focus.
- No boilerplate setup; No configurations overhead.
- Efficiently organize and segment components.
- Write code, generate stunning docs.
- Modify and update a component from any repo to reuse UI components but keep teams independent.
Here’s a short example, using a simple to-do app:
git clone https://github.com/giteden/basic-todo-app.git
Let’s say we want to export our app’s components to a shared collection (library)
Initialize a workspace and log in:
$ cd basic-todo-app
$ bit init
$ bit login
Add (all) components:
$ bit add src/components/*
Configure a React compiler (components are built independent of your project’s build configurations) :
$ bit import bit.envs/compilers/react --compiler
Tag and export to a shared collection (create your own collection in bit.dev):
$ bit tag --all 1.0.0
$ bit export username.collection
Rebass is a tiny UI components library capable of creating a very powerful set of themeable UI elements based on the Styled System library.
Some of the key features of this library are:
- It provides a very simple start, there is no need to write a lot of boilerplate code, you just import it and start extendinng the primitive components and create the ones you need.
- Once you start getting used to the workflow and syntax, you can start implementing themes, providing an amazing level of customization and extensibility to your application. The themming system is fully compatible with Theme UI, which is another way of saying: it’s built on top of a very solid library that was designed to provide themming to your react apps.
- Designed with mobile-first in mind, it provides a very up-to-date design philosophy right out-of-the-box.
- Flexbox layout with the Box and Flex components as primitive components for you to extend.
- Minimal footprint.
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