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react-powerplug - :electric_plug: Renderless Containers

  •    Javascript

React PowerPlug is a set of pluggable renderless components and helpers that provides different types of state and logic utilities that you can use with your dumb components. It creates state and passes down the logic to the children, so you can handle your data. Read about the Render Props pattern.

tiptap - A headless, framework-agnostic and extendable rich text editor, based on ProseMirror

  •    Typescript

tiptap is a headless, framework-agnostic and extendable rich text editor, based on ProseMirror. It gives you full control about every single aspect of your text editor experience. It’s headless and comes without any CSS. You are in full control over markup, styling and behaviour. tiptap works with Vanilla JavaScript and Vue.js, but it’s also possible to use it in React, Svelte and others. Real-time collaboration, syncing between different devices and working offline is supported.

react-treefold - A renderless tree component for your hierarchical React views

  •    Javascript

A renderless tree React component for your hierarchical views. You need to show hierarchical data in different ways. You know how you want to show the information for each individual data item. But you don't want to repeat over and over again the logic about how to traverse the data, how to assemble it all to make it look like a tree, how to expand/collapse nodes, etc.

react-renderless - Utilities for creating and working with renderless React components

  •    Javascript

Utilities for creating and working with renderless React components. What is a "renderless component"? A renderless component is the opposite of a stateless component. It does not implement a render method. Instead, renderless components are composed with stateless functional components to create UI elements.









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