Draggable JS vs unistore: What are the differences?
Draggable JS: A lightweight, responsive, modern drag-and-drop library (by Shopify). Draggable is a modular drag & drop library, allowing you to start small and build up with the features you need. At its most basic, Draggable gives you drag & drop functionality, fast DOM reordering, accessible markup, and a bundle of events to grab on to; unistore: 650b state container with component reactions for React. A tiny ~650b centralized container with component bindings for React and Preact.
Some of the features offered by Draggable JS are:
- Works with native drag, mouse, touch and force touch events
- Can extend dragging behaviour by hooking into draggables event life cycle
- Can extend drag detection by adding sensors to draggable
On the other hand, unistore provides the following key features:
- Small footprint compliments Preact nicely
- Familiar names and ideas from Redux-like libraries
- Useful data selectors to extract properties from state
Draggable JS and unistore are both open source tools. Draggable JS with 13.2K GitHub stars and 694 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than unistore with 2.48K GitHub stars and 143 GitHub forks.