30 May 2022
7 min read
But what’s so special about these libraries that they deserve special attention? These libraries promise to make coding faster, easier, and overall more enjoyable. I recommend taking some time out in 2022 to take them for a spin!
Here’s a list of the ones you should try out in 2022 if you haven’t already started to work with them. They may not be the most popular right now, but I predict they will be in three years!
Mocha is a test framework for Node.js and browsers, making asynchronous unit testing painless. It's easy to write tests with mocha because it handles all of that annoying setup code you don't want to write.
It’s lightweight (2kb gzipped), simple to use, customizable, and has no dependencies. iziModal can be used anywhere you need a modal window: from websites to mobile applications or even desktop applications.
Webpack is a module bundler that simplifies web development by handling asset management and builds. Webpack works with any type of library or framework. It can bundle CSS, LESS, SASS, CoffeeScript, TypeScript, and more. It also has plugins for other languages like Java, C++, PHP, etc.
There are thousands of articles online that try to predict what will be relevant in five years’ time—but these lists are rarely based on any criteria, and usually just include things that their authors think will be popular.
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