One of the benefits of using React.JS is that it allows developers to create reusable components, which can significantly speed up the development process. But what happens when you need to create some rocket-science projects? You need to use some plugins to save you time and stress.
So, in this article, we will take a look at a list of useful 5+ ReactJS plugins for 2023. We are going to use Horizon UI's design system to expose those plugins better, which is a template known for its clean and modern design, as well as its flexibility and powerful features.
This is one of the best options for JS/TS charts, having it’s their own React version. It provides a variety of options and customizations for the charts, including bar, pie, and radar types.
Design-wise, the library is based on smoothness and adaptability, with all of the components being beautifully animated and responsive. All this and the fact their easy-to-use alongside their easy-to-understand documentation make Apex a strong library for all ReactJS developers looking to build a dashboard.
Here is an example of a Bar Chart Card using Apex Charts:
This is the go-to table library for React. Installed via npm/yarn, you only need to import their functions and methods, simply use an example from their documentation, add your styles to it, modify the data and you’re ready to rock!
You also have many functionalities available like filtering, ordering, pagination and more. The way the tables are thought (organized by columns, on each column the cells generating a specific component) makes the developing process seamless. All these, combined with the fact that the plugin is made to be Typescript compatible make it the most powerful table library for ReactJS.
Here is an example of a Table Card using Tanstack Data Table:
This is a plugin that offers a very customizable calendar for ReactJS. Many UIs require a calendar, and the flexibility of this React Calendar makes it the best choice for a small calendar, regardless of what design you are using. It comes with different options like pagination and date range.
Here is an example of a Calendar Card using React Calendar:
React Dropzone is a library that lets you use a dropzone box where you can upload files. Simple in essence, but if used with some CSS and linked to a database, it makes an incredible asset for any complex form that requires files.
Here is an example of a Dropzone Card using React Dropzone:
Who doesn’t use a task list nowadays? This library gives you one of the best options for creating a kanban: Custom CSS options for the board, cards, and inputs, it is everything one needs for creating a web-based project managing/list-making application.
Here is an example of a Kanban Card using React Kanban:
Overall, React.js is a powerful tool for building user interfaces, and these plugins can help you take your React.js development and production to the next level.
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