What UI library are you guys using these days?

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  • GitHub repo mantine

    React components library with native dark theme support

    I haven't used it yet but Mantine looks super promising, and this is coming from a person who isn't typically a fan of UI Libraries (more preferring to roll my own library with the help of libraries like Reach UI and Downshift to properly handle the logic behind common UI patterns).

  • GitHub repo stitches

    CSS-in-JS with near-zero runtime, SSR, multi-variant support, and a best-in-class developer experience.

    I'm a fan of the more recently emerging style of primitive component libraries that give you basic components with a11y requirements met but no styling, and a good CSS-in-JS solution. I generally want to avoid having an immediately recognizable theme like Material UI so something like https://www.radix-ui.com/ in combination with https://stitches.dev/ makes it really easy to get up and running, and add in one-off components for more advanced things like date selectors, typeaheads, etc

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  • GitHub repo primereact

    The Most Complete React UI Component Library

    I had used Material UI once. I’ve been exploring PrimeReact, the ultimate collection of design-agnostic, flexible and accessible React UI Components, and PrimeFlex, a lightweight responsive CSS utility library to accompany Prime UI libraries and static webpages as well.

  • GitHub repo vanilla-extract

    Zero-runtime Stylesheets-in-TypeScript

    Though I’d suggest looking at vanilla extract instead of Stiches. https://vanilla-extract.style

  • GitHub repo styled-system

    ⬢ Style props for rapid UI development

    Yeah it's abandoned, not maintained anymore. https://github.com/styled-system/styled-system/issues/1986

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