What is Proppy?

ProppyJS is a tiny 1.5kB JavaScript library for composing props (object that components receive to render themselves). The generated props can then be used in your favourite components-based UI framework (like React or Vue.js).
Proppy is a tool in the Javascript Utilities & Libraries category of a tech stack.
Proppy is an open source tool with 827 GitHub stars and 14 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Proppy's open source repository on GitHub

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Proppy Integrations

Preact, JavaScript, Vue.js, RxJS, and Redux are some of the popular tools that integrate with Proppy. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Proppy.

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Proppy's features

  • Stateless - Your component layer ends up becoming stateless, and only responsible for accepting props and rendering them.
  • Functional - With your props being composed in functions, they become easier to expand as your requirements grow.
  • Providers - With Proppy's providers, you can set application-wide global object accessible anywhere in your components tree.
  • Interoperable - Integrating other libraries to your components layer becomes a breeze with the suite of functions that Proppy provides you.
  • Testing - With clear separation between props generation and components, you can now unit test them separately with ease.
  • Freedom - Since Proppy connects to your favourite UI rendering library, you have the freedom to switch with minimal effort.

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