React (opens in a new tab)

Built and funded by Meta Software, React is the industry standard library for web and native user interfaces.

NEXT.js (opens in a new tab)

The React Framework for the Web

I built (opens in a new tab) including this resource library using NEXT.js 😃

Svelte (opens in a new tab)

Cybernetically enhanced web apps

😂 what a tag line, Svelte is a popular newer framework for web apps and user interfaces.

node.js (opens in a new tab)

Node.js® is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment.

Javascript was originally designed and built to be run in the browser, Node enables using JS in server environments.

It's also responsible for node_modules ( (opens in a new tab))

Express (opens in a new tab)

Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for Node.js

Koa (opens in a new tab)

Next generation web framework for node.js

GraphQL (opens in a new tab)

A query language for your API

REST APIs (opens in a new tab)

RESTful API is an interface that two computer systems use to exchange information securely over the internet. Most business applications have to communicate with other internal and third-party applications to perform various tasks. (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)

Typescript (opens in a new tab)

JavaScript with Syntax for Types (opens in a new tab)

Serverless (opens in a new tab)

All-in-one development solution for auto-scaling apps on AWS Lambda (opens in a new tab)

Storybook (opens in a new tab)

Build UIs without the grunt work

Electron (opens in a new tab)

Build cross-platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS






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