Bit Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to Bit

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Posts with mentions or reviews of Bit. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-13.
  • Documentation techniques in FE
    reddit.com/r/Frontend | 2021-10-15
    Bit is a development platform/styleguide/package mono-repo in one system.
  • I want to create a component library.
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-10-13
    https://bit.dev/ is a cool tool.
  • Bit.dev to share your code across projects
    reddit.com/r/DygmaLab | 2021-10-09
    I've been tinkering with bit.dev. It seems like a good idea, as a solution to modularize your code. For example, I want to re-use some of the layer rendering code in separate process (which will run in the background, so that I can render a layer onscreen at the press of a hotkey), but I don't want to copy/paste your code, obviously, and other modularization solutions usually require factoring the modules out of the original codebase. Bit.dev purports to allow uploading modules to a shared location without actually taking them out of the original project (and allowing updates to the code to be propagated).
    reddit.com/r/DygmaLab | 2021-10-09
    Then you can sort that list, or search it, etc. It could just be the exported layers themselves, except those have codes instead of the keys - not very readable by humans. If I had the code available that maps keys to codes, I could fairly easily produce the list I want. But if I write a separate program that does that, I want to use Bazecor's keymap, not just a one-time-snapshot, but one that I know is always up-to-date. That could be done automatically with bit.dev.
  • webcomet
    reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-10-02
    I was checking out your product, is it something similar to bit.dev?
  • Need some recommendations for architectural level changes in React Apps (Organization Wide)
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-09-20
    The organisation I work for have multiple products, and front-end of most of the products are built using React. So I was thinking of coming up with some project which can be used organisation wide. Like someone recently implemented a solution for component sharing (e.g: bit.dev )
  • Storybook: UI component explorer for front end developers
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-11
    For those looking of component showcase i'd kindly advise to also look at https://bit.dev, https://github.com/teambit/bit . It is a standalone service that hosts your components, providing each of it as a npm package.

    You end up developing the components in a separate repo, and in your main app repo you install each component as dedicated npm package. Those who get excited by `separation of concerns` pattern should find this a real joy.

  • How to share components between projects?
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-08-14
  • How i can reuse my own componants
    reddit.com/r/react | 2021-07-28
    You could also try out Bit (it basically turns each component into it's own NPM like package). I tried it a while back but I didn't want to be tied to some service, and the monorepo worked out better anyway.
  • How do I make a React component library?
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-07-12
    (Also please note that I tried googling - but failed - and I want to make a whole library - storybook optional - instead of bits like BitDev)
  • How to Collaborate on Components across Projects with Bit
    dev.to | 2021-07-02
    A remote scope can be created on bit.dev for free, or by hosting on your own server.
  • Web OS: A windows clone with Micro frontend capabilities
    dev.to | 2021-06-20
    Not every big app is needed to be breakdown as micro apps, there are other ways too, even for easier development like (Bit ecosystem)[https://bit.dev/], or just a better component model! It all depends on the requirement.
  • Your go-to website when looking for a particular component
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-06-13
    Perhaps https://bit.dev/
  • Building a Distributed React Design System with Independent Components
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-05-12
    This is NOT a bit.dev ad. It is a way to use Bit (completly OSS - see Github repo) using a recommended design pattern, to create a distributed and highly composable React design system. To run your own server for indepndent components (so that you don't have to use Bit.dev for hosting) use this : https://github.com/teambit/bit-docker
  • React Storybook alternative without build infrastructure
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-05-11
    you can try also https://bit.dev/

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