As you are aware, beginning a new project from scratch and creating every single line of code by hand is a challenging task, particularly if you are working on projects with deadlines. To help you to hasten the coding process and increase your productivity, frameworks and libraries are used.
- Collect JS
- Chart JS
NPM’s most popular and widely used package was designed to provide more consistent cross-environment iteration support for arrays, strings, objects, and arguments objects.
The library never modifies user data and makes it simpler to build functional pipelines.
Create curry-based functions automatically.
functions without side effects and immutability.
The library has no external dependencies, and here’s a live demo of testing DOM events as a sequence.
Custom builds and modularized npm packages let you use just what you need (can also be combined with Bit), and users can define methods or use plugins to handle specialized use cases.
Worth checking out.
A flexible expression parser, symbolic computing capabilities, and a substantial collection of built-in functions and constants are all features of the library.
The library is well-maintained and is something to watch out for.
The moment was designed to work both in the browser and Node.js. As of v 2.10.0, the code has been written in ECMAScript 6 modules.
Date-fns is built using pure functions and keeps things immutable while not changing passed date instances. It works well with bundlers such as webpack, Browserify, or Rollup and also supports tree-shaking.
At nearly 40k stars, chart.js is a remarkable example of how sometimes less is more with 8 different data visualization types, each of them animated and customized.
Chart.js lets you create simple HTML5 Charts using the
This is one of the most applicable and elegant libraries on the list.