What do you all use for your sliders? Do you build them from scratch or use some kind of plugin?

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  • slick

    the last carousel you'll ever need

    Years and years ago I used to use Malsup's jQuery Cycle plugin and then Cycle2 but these now seem long abandoned. I've also used both flexslider and slickslider but I'm wondering if there are better, more modern alternatives I could now be using instead to quickly create sliders or carousels.

  • Swiper

    Most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions

    swiperjs.com is my go to.

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  • react-swiper

    NPM package

    Sure, thing is, it's customized for the company I was working for, but you can take the boilerplate and make your own changes. It's draggable and has some built in hooks, like to trigger auto-slides and stuff like that. Oh forgot to mention it's intended for React* https://github.com/glitch-txs/react-swiper

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