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Packages in React ecosystem that I used in 2022.

Swastik Yadav
December 10th, 2022 · 2 min read

Hello Fellow Developers,

The ReactJs ecosystem is constantly growing and evolving, and 2022 was no exception. In this post, we will take a look at some of the npm packages that I used this year in my professional and personal projects.

React Router

React Router is a powerful routing library for React that allows developers to easily handle client-side routing. It is the most popular routing solution for React and has been widely adopted by the community.


Material-UI is a popular UI library for React that implements the Material Design guidelines. It offers a wide range of components that can be easily customized to fit the needs of any project.


Redux is a popular library for managing the state of a React application. It provides a centralized store for all the components in an application and allows for easy management of the application’s state. And Redux-Toolkit has made it extremely easy.


Axios is a popular library for making HTTP requests in JavaScript. It is a lightweight library that can be easily integrated into a React project, making it a go-to choice for many developers.


Formik is a popular library for handling forms in React. It provides a set of hooks and components that make it easy to create and validate forms in a React application.


Styled-Components is a popular library for styling React components. It allows developers to write CSS styles directly in their JavaScript code, making it easy to keep the styles in sync with the components.


React-Spring is a popular animation library for React that provides a powerful set of tools for animating components. It can be used to create complex animations and interactions that are smooth and performant.


React-Bootstrap is a popular library that provides a set of React components that are built on top of the Bootstrap framework. It makes it easy to use Bootstrap’s styling and layout in a React project.


React-Select is a popular library for creating select boxes in React. It provides a set of components that are customizable, and can be easily integrated into a React project.


React-Testing-Library is a popular library for testing React components. It provides a set of utilities that make it easy to test components in a way that is similar to how a user would interact with them, making it a great tool for ensuring the quality of a React application.

These are just a few of the main npm packages that I used from the ReactJs ecosystem in 2022.

Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a new developer just getting started with React, these packages are sure to make your development experience smoother and more efficient.

Thank You!

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