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Reactopt is a CLI React optimization tool that identifies events that may be causing unnecessary re-rendering of components in your application. It is created to replace the react-addons-perf module, which is no longer supported after React 16. Currently it supports Click/Double click, Drag, KeyPress, KeyDown and Input events.
Spectre is a completely free, responsive and elegant CSS framework. It offers basic styles for typography, flexbox based responsive and mobile-friendly layout system and beautifully designed pure CSS components. It is really lightweight, only 10KB gzipped and has support for most modern browsers.
This is a framework that speeds up the process of building API wrappers and ORM-like interfaces for custom API routes. It offers the basic CRUD methods, as well as some additional methods for making basic requests like get(), post(), put(), patch(), delete() and head(). It requires almost no configuration and it can be setup to fit any API.
A free and modern UI toolkit for web makers. It is based on Bootstrap 4, amazingly lightweight and fully responsive. It includes 10 custom components, 2 pre-built landing pages and icon packs from Material and Font Awesome packs. You can also customize the SCSS files to edit the existing layouts or create new ones.
Uppy is an open-source modular file uploader for web browsers. You can choose files for local disk, Google Drive, Dropbox, Instagram, remote URLs and other excisting locations, and then upload them to the final destination. It is really lightweight, has a really easy to use user interface and works great on mobile devices.