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- @blueprintjs/core VS evergreen
- @blueprintjs/core VS fluent-ui
- @blueprintjs/core VS elemental
- @blueprintjs/core VS react-grid-layout
- @blueprintjs/core VS rebass
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@blueprintjs/core reviews and mentions
Tabler: Free and open source dashboard HTML/CSS framework
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Jul 2022
Maybe https://blueprintjs.com/ for you, although last time I checked it did not have explicit mobile or tablet support. (They don’t aim to break mobile or tablet but they don’t endeavour to support it.)
AWS open sourced the AWS console design system
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Jul 2022
How to style React components using CSS
10 projects | dev.to | 22 Jul 2022
There are other libraries as well like tailwind, and component libraries like Semantic UI, React Bootstrap, Ant Design, Chakra UI, BluePrint, Material UI, etc., which you can try out.
Consider These 8 Amazing React Component Libraries for Your Next Big Project (I mean it)
5 projects | dev.to | 10 Jun 2022
Ask HN: What are some examples of elegant software?
22 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 May 2022
I figured I'd get some downvotes mentioning PLTR here. ;-)
GPalantir is definitely being more open with their demo now, so there are some good ones on their youtube channel.
You can skim through.
I'm impressed by how polished everything looks. As a person who does UX / product design, their working software looks better than most designer's portfolio mockups.
I'm impressed by how fast and snappy everything works or feels.
I'm impressed by how rich and custom tailored their UI component library is.
I'm impressed by how focused and tailored their UI for job at hand.
I'm impressed by how every single page in their application looks beautiful, not just a handful.
They actually have all their React UI library published as opensource here. https://blueprintjs.com/
If there's anyone from pltr reading this, good job. Your design people are amazing.
How to customize colors in blueprintjs?
1 project | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 28 Mar 2022
Right now what blueprint's main css file has some classes like pt-intent-primary, pt-intent-success, pt-intent-warning; etc. i want to change the default colors of some of these classes. Should i import its source .scss file in my code(if Yes How?) or should i build separately a .css file from .scss file given and then use it.
This is why I invested in PLTR, along with the insights I gathered in 2016 when researching SPLK (plus more fundamental analysis):
1 project | reddit.com/r/PLTR | 6 Mar 2022
Show HN: Constructor – simple issue tracking for small teams, inspired by Trello
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Feb 2022
Thanks! All of our core UI components (e.g., buttons, text inputs, etc.) are "hand crafted". We do use https://blueprintjs.com/ for some components, but we apply our own styling on top.
How to build a marketing dashboard (twitter & youtube) with React
3 projects | dev.to | 11 Dec 2021
Blueprint as our UI Library
Podman Desktop Companion GUI
4 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 7 Dec 2021
The GUI toolkit that is used is the high quality https://blueprintjs.com
Where are some places I can find pre-made good looking React components (i.e button)
4 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 31 Oct 2021
Show HN: A work in progress large table virtualization component
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Oct 2021
- It's possible to scroll it now infinitely (and performantly) for the duration of the very large background element.
- Major problem was I initially was listening for intersection of cells individually on each row, but if a row had already travelled off screen due to a vertical scroll, it would not be possible for its cells to 'intersect' with the viewport element (the window, in Intersection Observer API parlance, the "root"), and so no intersection for that cell would occur, and so cells in that row would not be updated. And if they were not updated, they would not be onscreen when the row was in future removed from the pool and positioned back on screen, and so its cells could no longer be updated, as there would be no cells within that scroll viewport to intersect anymore. The solution to this was to create a logical grouping of cells into columns, and handle any intersection observations for any cell in a column, at once, and apply them to all cells in a column. So the whole column would be updated. Before I fixed this, repeated scrolling (particularly in opposite diagonal directions) would erode the cells present, gradually decreasing their number, and throwing many out of their column alignments.
- Also performance was another issue that's now mostly resolved tho I think I can do better. Basically too much work was happening on handling each Intersection record and we were not ignoring records that triggered the same work to be redone (such as intersection events from each cell in a column). These redundant records are now ignored (but mostly in a haphazard manner that could cause browser dependent bugs).
- Add all of the outstanding features (scroll snap, row / col size dragging) from the table component.
- Style it to make it look nice
- Fix the outstanding border 'off by 1' bugs.
- Sync up the 'view portal' with a 'data portal' (movable portal over a very large set of data), and print the correct data corresponding to the current scroll position in the table
- Add the row and column headers using CSS sticky.
This is the only comment I'll make in this thread, thanks for reading, and hit me up with questions at my email if you want: [email protected]
[bt]: https://i5ik.github.io/_____/7guis/ (scroll down to the last 7GUIs component)
B2B data-intense app - technology stack opinions needed
10 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 22 Oct 2021
Thank you. Another referral for BlueprintJS so I will definitely have a look!
Best UI Frameworks for React.js
8 projects | dev.to | 11 Oct 2021
Reactive Clojure: You don't need a web framework, you need a web language
6 projects | reddit.com/r/Clojure | 23 Sep 2021
My point is that there are already many libraries out there. With styling, input events and so on. For example, I use Blueprintjs in many current projects, which provides a large set of widgets/components. One of these is a spreadsheet-like table component with sorting, editing, reordering and more. I also use react-grid-layout for card widgets that you can drag and resize and react-flip-toolkit for animation, among other things. There is a huge React ecosystem out there and duplicating all of that would take far, far too long.
palantir/blueprint is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.
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