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react-vis - Data-Visualization oriented components


A collection of react components to render common data visualization charts, such as line/area/bar charts, heat maps, scatterplots, contour plots, pie and donut charts, sunbursts, radar charts, parallel coordinates, and tree maps.Install react-vis via npm.

nodejs-api-starter - Boilerplate and tooling for authoring data API backends with Node


This project was bootstraped with Node.js API Starter Kit (support).The API server must become available at http://localhost:8080/graphql (live demo).




react-firebase-starter - Boilerplate (seed) project for creating web apps with React


React Firebase Starter (RFS) is a popular project template (aka boilerplate) for creating single-page applications with React, Firebase and GraphQL.This project was bootstraped with React Firebase Starter by Kriasoft (get support on Telegram).

react-starter-kit - React Starter Kit — isomorphic web app boilerplate (Node


React Starter Kit is an opinionated boilerplate for web development built on top of Node.js, Express, GraphQL and React, containing modern web development tools such as Webpack, Babel and Browsersync. Helping you to stay productive following the best practices. A solid starting point for both professionals and newcomers to the industry.

backpack - 🎒 Backpack is a minimalistic build system for Node.js projects.


Backpack is minimalistic build system for Node.js. Inspired by Facebook's create-react-app, Zeit's Next.js, and Remy's Nodemon, Backpack lets you create modern Node.js apps and services with zero configuration. Backpack handles all the file-watching, live-reloading, transpiling, and bundling, so you don't have to. It comes with a few conventions defaults (like support for the latest JavaScript awesomeness (i.e. async/await, object rest spread, and class properties)), but everything can be customized to fit your project's needs. Best of all, you can easily add Backpack to your existing Node.js project with just a single dependency.HOWEVER, you can configure Backpack to your project's needs by extending the underlying Webpack 2 configuration.

Fable - F# to JavaScript Compiler


Then you just need to type ./build.cmd or ./build.sh depending on your system to build a local copy of Fable and run the test suite. After that, if you want to quickly try changes to Fable source, please check src/tools/QuickTest.fs.Just by using Fable you're already contributing! You can help a lot the community by sharing examples and experiences in your personal blog and sending a PR to fable-awesome.


babel-eslint - :tokyo_tower: ESLint using Babel as the parser.


babel-eslint allows you to lint ALL valid Babel code with the fantastic ESLint.You only need to use babel-eslint if you are using types (Flow) or experimental features not supported in ESLint itself yet. Otherwise try the default parser (you don't have to use it just because you are using Babel).

webpack-blocks - 📦 Configure webpack using functional feature blocks.


Functional building blocks for your webpack config: easier way to configure webpack and to share configuration between projects.Ready to use blocks to configure popular tools like Babel, PostCSS, Sass, TypeScript, etc., as well as best practices like extracting CSS — all with just one line of configuration.

poi - :zap: Delightful web development.


Start writing an app with a single .js file, Poi could handle all the development setups for you, no more configuration hell.Note: You need to install react react-dom and run Poi with --jsx react flag. For convenience, here's also poi-preset-react which adds both React JSX and React HMR support.

esformatter - ECMAScript code beautifier/formatter


ECMAScript code beautifier/formatter.This tool is still missing support for many important features. Please report any bugs you find, the code is only as good as the test cases. Feature requests are very welcome.

babel-loader - 📦 Webpack plugin for Babel


This package allows transpiling JavaScript files using Babel and webpack.Notes: Issues with the output should be reported on the babel issue tracker.

babylon - PSA: this repo has been moved into babel/babel -->


This repo will be made read-only, as all of the issues/labels have been moved over as well. Please report any bugs and open pull requests over on the main mono-repo.

gulp-babel - Gulp plugin for Babel


Issues with the output should be reported on the Babel issue tracker.See the Babel options, except for sourceMap and filename which is handled for you.

minify - :scissors: An ES6+ aware minifier based on the Babel toolchain (beta)


An ES6+ aware minifier based on the Babel toolchain.Babel-Minify is consumable via API, CLI, or Babel preset.

generator-angular-fullstack - Yeoman generator for AngularJS with an Express server


Yeoman generator for creating MEAN/SEAN stack applications, using ES6, MongoDB/SQL, Express, AngularJS, and Node - lets you quickly set up a project following best practices.Please note: If you run into trouble compiling native add-ons during the installation, follow node-gyp's short guide on required compilation tools.

nylas-mail - :love_letter: An extensible desktop mail app built on the modern web. Forks welcome!


Nylas Mail is an open-source mail client built on the modern web with Electron, React, and Flux. It was designed to be easy to extend, and many third-party plugins are available that add functionality to the client.⚠️ Nylas Mail was initially released and open-sourced in early 2015 and was maintained by Nylas until Spring 2017. While Nylas no longer supports Nylas Mail, you can download the latest release or build it from source. There are also several forks that are being actively developed and maintained.

essential-react - A minimal skeleton for building testable React apps using Babel


A minimal skeleton for building testable React apps using Babel. Navigate to http://localhost:8080/ to view the app.

nwb - A toolkit for React, Preact, Inferno & vanilla JS apps, React libraries and other npm modules for the web, with no configuration (until you need it)


Installing globally provides an nwb command for quick development and working with projects. Using npm >= 3 is recommended, as Babel takes significantly more time and disk space to install with npm 2 due to its lack of deduplication.