What ui component framework would you recommend to an entry level "backend" dev

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/webdev

SurveyJS - Open-Source JSON Form Builder to Create Dynamic Forms Right in Your App
With SurveyJS form UI libraries, you can build and style forms in a fully-integrated drag & drop form builder, render them in your JS app, and store form submission data in any backend, inc. PHP, ASP.NET Core, and Node.js.
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InfluxDB - Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale
Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.
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  • UI kit

    A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces

    I personally like UI Kit, they provide the css and js for basic components that look good. Just use their documentation as a reference, copy and paste the HTML with classes.

  • SurveyJS

    Open-Source JSON Form Builder to Create Dynamic Forms Right in Your App. With SurveyJS form UI libraries, you can build and style forms in a fully-integrated drag & drop form builder, render them in your JS app, and store form submission data in any backend, inc. PHP, ASP.NET Core, and Node.js.

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  • Refine

    A React Framework for building internal tools, admin panels, dashboards & B2B apps with unmatched flexibility.

    Something you might be interested in as well, if you just want a low effort (crud) interface: Refine or React Admin . These usually don't "click" that well for frontend devs, but I found them easier to understand for backend devs, who usually don't mind following their opinionated natures. Which frontend devs are notoriously resistent too .

  • react-admin

    A frontend Framework for building data-driven applications running on top of REST/GraphQL APIs, using TypeScript, React and Material Design

    Something you might be interested in as well, if you just want a low effort (crud) interface: Refine or React Admin . These usually don't "click" that well for frontend devs, but I found them easier to understand for backend devs, who usually don't mind following their opinionated natures. Which frontend devs are notoriously resistent too .

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