Starter kits, also known as code templates, help you speed up the development of your projects. The more time you save by automating the mundane tasks, the more efficient and productive your development cycle is.
In a nutshell, starter kits are usually some form of pre-existing code that you can use as a launching pad for new projects. Want an ORM? You got it. Want user authentication included? No problem.
Instead of spending a couple of hours setting up a new project, use that time to build the features that actually matter the most.
Without further ado, here’s a list of starter kits you can start using today. …
If you have ever been asked to build a company timeline that displays events chronologically, you’ve found the right article.
This article shows you how you can build a timeline component using React and React-Chrono.
In case you’re not sure, the timeline component displays a list of events in chronological order. This is useful for displaying events and also for illustration purposes.
The greatest quality about open source is all the time you save by reusing components and packages, which are provided by the community.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, you save the hassle and time. …
The incrementing re-bundling step adds a miniature delay between hitting save on your changes and seeing the results reflected in the browser.
Snowpack serves your application unbundled during development. Every file only needs to be built once and then is cached permanently.
When a file changes, Snowpack rebuilds that single file. There’s very minimal time wasted re-bundling on every change. Instead, there are instant updates in the browser.
Snowpack’s unbundled development supports the same bundled builds that you’re used to for production. — according to Snowpack.dev …