Sat Oct 08 2022
Unlike most of the rest of this list, this is an old tool but it’s been rewritten for version 3. The new version includes URL changes while scrolling, no jQuery dependency, and lots of optional settings via a clean API.
A jQuery plugin with a twist on the carousel component, for the specific use case of creating a carousel timeline (ie a slider that progresses based on chronological points) with lots of visual and functional customisation options.
Webpack is a bundling tool used by developers for all manner of sites and applications. If you use Webpack to do your bundling, you have the advantage of the stats data available from the tool. This data can range from module contents, build logs and errors, relationships that exist between modules, and much more.
SessionStack is a monitoring software that provides you with a set of monitoring tools. These tools collect client-side data and assist you in figuring out exactly what your clients are doing on your website. In situations where problems occur, being able to track precisely what happened and how is vital. This is where Session Stack shines. SessionStack uses a video replay to help developers replicate user issues and error conditions.
When it comes to desktop apps, this framework has been gaining traction recently as a fine tool to build cross-platform applications and websites. The electron is based on Node.js and Chromium engine and supports the whole HTML, JS, CSS pack.
React is a JS library introduced by Facebook engineers in 2011 and then released as an open-source. ReactJS offers new ways to render web pages, a dynamic UI, high performance and several other advantages. One of the key benefits is the reusability of code components, which is especially useful and a time-saver when dealing with system upgrades. Components are isolated and do not cause changes in each other.
It is an open source, lightweight (20 Kb zip), virtual DOM library/framework, created out of Angular. Vue utilizes an HTML syntax for data binding and provides tools for tasks like routing, scaffolding, animations etc.
Backbone.js gives structure to web applications by offering models with key-value binding and custom events. Backbone.js allows developers to develop one-page applications. It has a simple library used to separate business and user interface logic. This tool makes code simple, systematic and organized. It acts as a backbone for any project. It manages the data model which also includes the user data and display that data on the server side. It allows developers to create client-side web applications or mobile applications.