Flawwwless ui

Simplified open source React.js components library πŸš€

Flawwwless ui is an open source React.js components library created to help makers building and updating high-quality apps easily.
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Hi Product Hunters πŸ‘‹, I’m Julien from Flawwwless ui. After a career shift a few years earlier, I decided to teach myself to code and start building apps. For the last 2 years, I’m now full-time freelancing as a JavaScript full stack developer and in order to make my life easier πŸ˜…, I decided to create a React.js components library that will fit my needs. A lot of liters of β˜• later, here it is. An open source React.js components library easy to use, straightforward to customize, beautifully crafted and that can be added to any new or existing apps without messing around with existing styling. Please let me know what you think about the components, about the documentation and what components would you like to see added next!
These look dope dude πŸ‘ Nice and simple. I plan to use these in my next project for sure. Hopefully there isn't a surprise paywall anywhere? πŸ˜…
Hi @antdke , Thanks a lot for your feedback πŸ‘! Do not worry about it, Flawwwless ui is entirely free and fully open-source (https://github.com/JulienRioux/f...) πŸš€ Best, Julien
Components looks great, Flawless :) I am wondering what are the important difference from Bootstrap or Bulma?
Hi @prakis, Thanks for your feedback :) The main goal is to simplify the use of the components and to keep the design as clean and simplistic as possible. One example of this is the way to customize the components colors. Because it is all done in JavaScript, it makes it easier to change it inside the state of the application if you have a Light theme and a dark theme and you’d want to have a different primary colors for each theme. At the end of the day, other than the focus on keeping things as simple as possible for every developer to use, the designs of the components are also differ from one library to another :) Best regards, Julien