JavaScript react-hooks

Open-source JavaScript projects categorized as react-hooks

Top 23 JavaScript react-hook Projects

  • react-native-firebase

    🔥 A well-tested feature-rich modular Firebase implementation for React Native. Supports both iOS & Android platforms for all Firebase services.

    Project mention: React Native vs Ionic | /r/react | 2023-06-29

    I used Expo-React native so I didn't use directly

  • beautiful-react-hooks

    🔥 A collection of beautiful and (hopefully) useful React hooks to speed-up your components and hooks development 🔥

    Project mention: ✨7 Github Repositories to Master React | | 2023-10-17

    🌟 Hooks Playground 🌟

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.

  • wouter

    🥢 A minimalist-friendly ~1.5KB routing for React and Preact. Nothing else but HOOKS.

    Project mention: Finally switched to Vite after CRA. | /r/reactjs | 2023-07-04

    We're using wouter with great success. It's simple and effective for what we need from a router

  • easy-peasy

    Vegetarian friendly state for React

  • Fakeflix

    Not the usual clone that you can find on the web.

    Project mention: React Redux | | 2022-12-22

    Fakeflix - This project is inspired from Netflix. The project is mid-level complexity.

  • project_chat_application

    This is a code repository for the corresponding YouTube video. In this tutorial we are going to build and deploy a real time chat application. Covered topics: React.js, Node.js, Express.js, and

    Project mention: Best 7 Open-source projects built with Node.js / React.js | | 2023-06-08

    Build and Deploy a Full Stack MERN AI Image Generation App MidJourney & DALL E Clone Launch your development career with project-based coaching -

  • fre

    :ghost: Tiny Concurrent UI library with Fiber.

  • Onboard AI

    Learn any GitHub repo in 59 seconds. Onboard AI learns any GitHub repo in minutes and lets you chat with it to locate functionality, understand different parts, and generate new code. Use it for free at

  • netflix

    Subscribe to my YouTube channel: - Building Netflix Using React

  • Namaste-React

    ❤ Namaste React Live Course from Zero to Hero 🚀 by Akshay Saini(Founder of NamasteDev). This repository for Assignment & Class Notes taken during Namaste React Live Course #namaste #javascript #react

    Project mention: Namaste React course review | /r/developersIndia | 2023-04-05
  • todoist

    Subscribe to my YouTube channel: - Building Todoist Using React (by karlhadwen)

  • react-play

    react-play is an opensource platform that helps you learn ReactJS faster with hands-on practice model. It is a collection of projects that you can use to learn ReactJS.

    Project mention: ReactPlay presents #2PlaysAMonth for Web Developers | | 2023-02-02

    ReactPlay Website

  • react-recipes

    👩‍🍳 A list of React Hooks utility library containing popular customized hooks

  • react-use-form-state

    📄 React hook for managing forms and inputs state

  • githut

    Github Language Statistics

    Project mention: Fourteen Years of Go | | 2023-11-11

    >There's a lot of misinformation, bad arguments and bad conclusions in this post. Let's pick it apart.

    No, there really isn't, but I had fun answering :-)

    > But, past isn't a guarantee of the future. It was stable before, but who's to say it will be in the future?

    Whos to say C will be stable tomorrow? Well, the fact that the C compiler is a standard, and has an official document outlining what a C compiler does. And go is the same.

    If anyone was to change that, all I have to do is check out an earlier version of this open source language, and use that. And since tons of code rely on this, that is what would happen.

    Languages don't become unstable because they suddenly change trajectory, they are unstable if feature upon feature is heaved upon them, along with codebases relying on these features, necessitating constantly keeping up to date with the language version.

    Go, explicitly, has a completely different design trajectory. And as a result, Go code that was written in Go 1.8 will still compile today.

    > Go has no standard

    Here is the official spec of the language:

    Which is a de-facto standard, even according to this listing:

    Btw. if you look at the listing, MOST languages, including commonly used ones, don't have an international or national standard. Many don't even have a de-facto standard. Among them are many tried and battle tested languages.

    > and nobody will hold them responsible for the discrepancy.

    Anyone unhappy with the implementation is free to fork the project and take it in a different direction. He who writes the code makes the rules. If people are unhappy with that, they can fork, or use another language. And people seem to be very happy with the language:

    > By who? How did you come to this conclusion? There's only evidence to the contrary of your argument.

    What evidence is there for the assumption that Go would vanish if Google lost interest?

    > This is demonstrably false.

    No, it is not, as demonstrated by the example I gave regarding C. The language didn't change much from C99, which itself wasn't that big a step away from ANSI-C. C99 was a quarter century ago, and C remains one of the most used languages in existence.

    > To further illustrate this point: today, versions of Python

    I am pretty sure I never used Python as an example for this. If you disagree, quote where I did.

    > In more broader terms, I have no idea why did you bring C into this argument.

    For a very simple reason: To show that languages that a language that is mostly feature-freezed, and so stable that I can run a modern compiler on decades-old unchanged code, and still get a runnable executable, can be, and are, incredibly successful. Go has been called "C for the 21st century", and for everything other than System-Programming, that statement holds true.

  • instagram

    Subscribe to my YouTube channel: - Building Instagram Using React

  • pro-react-admin

    基于React: v18.x.x/Webpack: v5.x.x//Vite: 4.x.x/React Router v6.x.x/ Antd: v5..x.x/Typescript: v5.x.x/Fetch Api/等最新版本进行构建的企业级中台前端基础模板...

  • react-hooks-lib

    A set of reusable React Hooks.

  • react-custom-hooks

    React Custom Hooks @ S.Leschev: useArray useAsync useClickOutside useCookie useCopyToClipboard useDarkMode useDebounce useDebugInformation useDeepCompareEffect useEffectOnce useEventListener useFetch useGeolocation useHover useLongPress useMediaQuery useOnlineStatus useOnScreen usePrevious useRenderCount useScript etc. (by sergeyleschev)

    Project mention: Supercharge Your React Projects with Custom Hooks | | 2023-07-08


  • SnapShot

    SnapShot is Gallery created using React Hooks, Context API and React Router. The Routes were setup for four default pages and a search page. Also the images were displayed using the Flickr API and Axios to fetch data. (by Yog9)

  • hooks.macro

    ☔️ Babel Macros for automatic React Hooks memoization invalidation

  • react-hooks-axios

    Custom React Hooks for Axios.js

  • react-native-react-bridge

    An easy way to integrate your React (or Preact) app into React Native app with WebView.

  • react-ioc

    Hierarchical Dependency Injection with new React 16 Context API

    Project mention: Simplifying Dependency Injection with the Service Container Pattern in ReactJS and Ruby on Rails | | 2023-05-15

    In a ReactJS application, we can implement the Service Container pattern using a library such as react-ioc. This library provides a simple and lightweight Inversion of Control (IoC) container that can be used to manage application services. Github react-ioc

  • InfluxDB

    Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time. Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-11-11.

JavaScript react-hooks related posts


What are some of the best open-source react-hook projects in JavaScript? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 react-native-firebase 11,208
2 beautiful-react-hooks 7,792
3 wouter 5,681
4 easy-peasy 5,010
5 Fakeflix 4,903
6 project_chat_application 3,762
7 fre 3,663
8 netflix 2,042
9 Namaste-React 1,349
10 todoist 1,248
11 react-play 1,192
12 react-recipes 989
13 react-use-form-state 936
14 githut 892
15 instagram 744
16 pro-react-admin 612
17 react-hooks-lib 543
18 react-custom-hooks 405
19 SnapShot 394
20 hooks.macro 356
21 react-hooks-axios 263
22 react-native-react-bridge 217
23 react-ioc 195
Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time
Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.