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Egwuenu Gift
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Jul 5, 2019 ⋅ 3 min read

An overview of the top 10 React UI kits in 2019

Egwuenu Gift Software Engineer at Andela. Passionate about photography and making the web accessible. Co-organizer @ConcatenateConf, Lead at @vuevixensNG and @JAMstackLagos. She/Her

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4 Replies to "An overview of the top 10 React UI kits in 2019"

  1. Atlas kit doesn’t count at all.

    A picture is worth a thousand words. . . and they used thousands of words to define the picture instead of just showing a sample

    . . . like all the other libraries listed here. Hard Pass.

  2. Because everyone already knows about them. Since you already know about them, you don’t need to read a 2 paragraph review about them.

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