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Krunal Kanojiya
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Top 10 React Libraries in 2023

React libraries are collections of code that are specifically designed to be used with the React JavaScript library. These libraries contain pre-written code that can be imported into a React project to provide additional functionality or features. Some examples of popular React libraries include React Router, React Redux, and React Bootstrap.

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React Router - a library for managing client-side routing and navigation in a React application

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Redux - a state management library for managing complex application state in a predictable and organized manner

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Axios - a library for making HTTP requests in a React application

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Material-UI - a library for implementing Google's Material Design in a React application

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Jest - a testing library for React applications

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Enzyme - a library for testing and manipulating React components

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Formik - a library for managing and validating form inputs in a React application

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React Bootstrap - a library for implementing the Bootstrap framework in a React application

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Styled Components - a library for writing and styling React components using CSS-in-JS

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React-Lazyload - a library for implementing lazy loading in a React application to improve performance.

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Aziz Kaukawala

I find React Hook Form much simpler than Formik, along with Zod or Yup for validation. Also utilities like usehooks-ts & lodash can be useful too.

Happy Coding

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Krunal Kanojiya

Readers please add this libraries in your wishlist:). Thank you brother

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Aziz Kaukawala

Happy to help! ❤️

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Rense Bakker

So no change from 2019? 🤦

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Krunal Kanojiya

No Sir :)

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1 Think in {Set}

Type is an everyday concept to programmers, but it’s surprisingly difficult to define it succinctly. I find it helpful to use Set as a conceptual model instead.

#2 Understand declared type and narrowed type

One extremely powerful typescript feature is automatic type narrowing based on control flow. This means a variable has two types associated with it at any specific point of code location: a declaration type and a narrowed type.

#3 Use discriminated union instead of optional fields

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