10 Trending projects on GitHub for web developers – 16th April 2021

Welcome to Issue 47 of Trending Projects your weekly snapshot of currently trending projects in the web development world.

1. utility-types

Collection of utility types, complementing TypeScript built-in mapped types and aliases (think “lodash” for static types).

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utility-types

2. active-win

Get metadata about the active window – title, id, bounds, owner, etc

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active-win

3. Cheetah Grid

The fastest open-source data table for web.

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Cheetah Grid

4. Superplate

A well-structured production-ready frontend boilerplate with Typescript, Jest, testing-library, styled-component, Sass, Css, .env, Fetch, Axios, Reverse Proxy, Bundle Analyzer and 30+ plugin. For now, only creates project for Next.js.

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Superplate

5. React Cool Portal

React hook for Portals, which renders modals, dropdowns, tooltips etc.

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React Cool Portal

6. Lazy Git

A simple terminal UI for git commands

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Lazy Git

7. ts-essentials

All basic TypeScript types in one place

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ts-essentials

8. Awesome Captcha

Curated list of awesome captcha libraries and crack tools.

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Awesome Captcha

9. bundless

Dev server and bundler for esbuild

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bundless

10. CSS Layout

A collection of popular layouts and patterns made with CSS. Now it has 90+ patterns and continues growing!

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CSS Layout

Stargazing 📈

Top risers over last 7 days

  1. JavaScript Questions +1,413 stars
  2. Headless UI +1,206 stars
  3. Public APIs +808 stars
  4. Clean Code JavaScript +761 stars
  5. Web Projects With Vanilla JavaScript +739 stars

Top risers over last 30 days

  1. Coding Interview University +6,163 stars
  2. Public APIs +4,540 stars
  3. Clone Wars +4,444 stars
  4. JavaScript Algorithms +4,047 stars
  5. Web Dev For Beginners +3,926 stars

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