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  1. ladle Public

    🥄 Develop, test and document your React story components faster.

    TypeScript 1.4k 25

  2. 🔀 Drag and drop for your React lists and tables. Accessible. Tiny.

    TypeScript 1.3k 42

  3. react-range Public

    🎚️Range input with a slider. Accessible. Bring your own styles and markup.

    TypeScript 728 93

  4. A React Component library implementing the Base design language

    JavaScript 7.8k 731

  5. React View is an interactive playground, documentation and code generator for your components.

    TypeScript 623 33

  6. 🎯 React component for transportation of modals, lightboxes, loading bars... to document.body or else.

    JavaScript 2.1k 191

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Activity overview
Contributed to tajo/ladle, uber/baseweb, tajo/react-movable and 15 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in uber/baseweb that received 4 comments

chore: test Ladle v1

Using @ladle/react-tests for now to make sure that (unreleased) v1 works in Base Web. vite related settings are moved to vite.config.mjs flow supp…

+766 −758 4 comments

Created an issue in vitejs/vite that received 4 comments

lodash/cloneDeep and lodash.clonedeep: Two output files share the same path but have different contents.

Describe the bug When importing from lodash/cloneDeep and lodash.clonedeep in the same project, vite (or esbuild) throws: ✘ [ERROR] Two output file…

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