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15 JavaScript GitHub Repos You Should Check Out During Hacktoberfest

15 JavaScript GitHub Repos You Should Check Out During Hacktoberfest

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Version control isn't the only thing GitHub offers; it is also a terrific content resource. For Developers seeking to up-skill themselves and stay relevant, GitHub is the go-to resource for free e-books, tutorials, and interview preparation materials.

Regardless of where they are on their career path, I've compiled a list of the most valuable JavaScript repositories that every developer should have a look. I bet you haven't seen most of these gems before!

Without further ado, let us get into the article

1. material-ui

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The Material-UI library (formerly MUI) is the React UI library you always wanted. Start with your own design system or use Material Design.

2. Modernizr

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JavaScript library Modernizr can detect HTML5 and CSS3 features in the users browsers.

3. nodemon

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The developer's best friend - monitor any change to your node.js application and restart the server automatically

4. swagger-ui

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Swagger UI generates beautiful documentation dynamically from a Swagger-compliant API using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS assets.

5. generator-jhipster

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The JHipster Development Platform is used to build, develop, and deploy microservice architectures & modern web applications.

6. appwrite

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For developers working on web, mobile, and flutter applications, Appwrite provides a secure backend server packaged as a set of Docker containers

7. SuperTinyIcons

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Each is less than 1KB! The Super Tiny Icons app is a miniaturized version of the logos of your favorite websites and apps

8. outline

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This is the fastest knowledge base and wiki for growing teams. Feature rich, beautiful, and markdown compatible.

9. selectize.js

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Selectize is a combination of a textbox and a box. The application is jQuery based, and it offers autocomplete and native-feeling keyboard navigation; it can also manage tags and contacts.

10. bootstrap-table

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This extension provides support for CSS frameworks that are widely used. It can be used with Bootstrap, Semantic UI, Bulma, Material Design, Foundation, Vue.js, etc.

11. stylelint

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An excellent linter that allows you to enforce style conventions, and prevent errors.

12. github-profile-readme-generator

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🚀 Get the latest stats for GitHub profiles, visitors count, and GitHub stats using a minimal interface.

13. lozad.js

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🔥 An efficient, lightweight and customizable lazy loader built with pure JS with no dependencies for responsive images, iframes, etc.

14. node-notifier

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This is a Node.js notification module capable of sending notifications on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux natively (or Growl in case of failure).

15. cockpit

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Integrate content management into any site - plug-and-play / headless / api-first CMS

I had a lot of fun making the list. I’m sure you’ve stumbled upon some more amazing repositories. Let me know that repository in the comment section below

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