HULL VS React-Commenting-System

Compare HULL vs React-Commenting-System and see what are their differences.


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HULL React-Commenting-System
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7.0 2.4
17 days ago 3 months ago
JavaScript JavaScript
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Posts with mentions or reviews of React-Commenting-System. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-02-17.
  • Emoji Reactions for Comments - Building a Real-Time Commenting System in React [Part 3/3]
    2 projects | | 17 Feb 2021
    Before continuing I feel the need to explain the difference between these two components, because there might be some confusion on why I had to pass and call two different callbacks both for the onClick event. The difference is quite simple. As you saw in the screenshot in the beginning of the article, there will be a box with "unselected" emojis, and a row of selected emojis with a counter on them (see the demo if this isn't clear). So, we'll use the Emoji component for the unselected emojis. Its callback will create a new object in the database and start its counter at 1. Also, it will remove the emoji from the unselected box and move it to the row of selected ones. EmojiWithCounter is the component used to render the selected emojis.
    2 projects | | 17 Feb 2021
    With these additions we now can access the ReactionsContext and the value of reactions from everywhere in our application. For the full code of this file see the repo.
  • Building a Real-Time Commenting System in React [Part 1/3]
    1 project | | 17 Feb 2021
    One of my latest projects is an entire blog built with Next.js, a framework based on React. One of the features I wanted was a commenting system, but none of those already available were interesting for me and I wanted full control on the features and the data. Because of that, I decided to create my own commenting system. This article is meant to show the process of creating it and there’s a repo on GitHub with the full code for reference.
  • Real-Time React Commenting System - With features like emoticon reactions and nesting
    1 project | | 16 Jan 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing HULL and React-Commenting-System you can also consider the following projects:

next-shopify-starter - Nextjs + Tailwind CSS + Shopify Starter - ✨ My portfolio built with Next.js, Tailwind, Prisma, and Vercel.

nextjs-multiple-domains - Example using SSR to handle multiple domains on the same project.

shopify-next.js-tailwind - Learn the Shopify + Next.js + Tailwind CSS Stack! SWR, Hydrogen, + more

Next.js - The React Framework

server-components-notes-demo - Experimental demo of React Server Components with Next.js. Deployed serverlessly on Vercel.

helm-repo-example - Auto-updating Helm repository with GitHub Actions

nextly-template - Nextly Landing Page Template built with Next.js & TailwindCSS

helm-charts - Prometheus community Helm charts

nextjs-vercel-edge-ab-test-example - A simple homepage A/B test using nextjs, vercel edge functions and amplitude

teams - Teams is a web app implementation of Microsoft Teams. The project of Microsoft Engage 2021.