These tools are widely used by developers and are known for their reliability, ease of use, and functionality.
- React Developer Tools is a browser extension that allows you to inspect and debug your React components. It also allows you to see the component hierarchy and the current state and props of your components.
- Redux is a library for managing the state of your application. It helps you keep your state organized and makes it easy to update and read data from it.
- Framer Motion is a library for creating animations and gesture in React. It is built on top of the animation library, Motion, which provides an easy-to-use, high-performance animation library for React developers.
- Storybook is a development environment for building and testing UI components. It is commonly used for building React, Vue, Angular, and Web Components. Storybook provides a way for developers to create, view and test individual UI components in isolation from the rest of the application. This helps to ensure that components are working as expected, and that they are easy to develop, maintain and reason about.
- React Testing Library (RTL) is a library for testing React components. It is built on top of DOM Testing Library, which is a set of utility functions for interacting with and asserting the behavior of the browser's Document Object Model (DOM).
- React Hook Form is a library for managing forms in React. It provides a set of hooks for handling form state, validation, and submission, making it easy to create and manage forms in your React application.
These are just a few of the many tools available for React development. Each tool has its own unique set of features and benefits, so it's worth trying out a few of them to see which one best fits your needs.