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12 Useful React Tools to Make You More Productive ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿ’ฏ

React is an open-source, component-based JavaScript library for creating user interfaces. It has many useful features that make it easier to create modern, fast, and accessible websites and web applications.

Unfortunately, knowing the core library itself might not be enough anymore and you might want to explore additional tools to beat the competition.

In this article, I compiled a list of tools and resources every React developer should use to increase productivity.

1. React Beta Docs


New React docs with hooks, interactive examples and diagrams.

2. Create React App


Set up a modern web app by running one command.

3. React Developer Tools


Inspect the React component hierarchies in your browser console.

4. Evergreen


React UI framework for building ambitious products on the web..

5. Chakra UI


A modular component library to build React apps quickly.

6. Framer Motion


A production-ready motion library for React.

7. Storybook


A frontend workshop for building UI components and pages.

8. Bit


The leading toolchain for component-driven development.

9. Recoil


A state management library for React.

10. React bits


React patterns, techniques, tips and tricks.

11. UseHooks


Easy to understand React Hook recipes.

12. CodeSandbox


Navigate to to create an instant sandbox for React.

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Vishwas Tyagi

These tools are very helpful. Thanks for sharing.

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My pleasure to share ๐Ÿ‘โœจ๐Ÿ’ฏ

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