Semantic UI React vs YUI Library: What are the differences?
What is Semantic UI React? Integrating Semantic-UI and React. Semantic UI React is the official React integration for Semantic UI. jQuery Free, Declarative API, Shorthand Props, and more.
Some of the features offered by Semantic UI React are:
- No jQuery dependency
- No animation dependencies
- Reuse SUI CSS transitions
On the other hand, YUI Library provides the following key features:
- Lightweight core and modular architecture
- Scalable, fast, and robust
- Intuitive and well-documented API
Semantic UI React is an open source tool with 10.1K GitHub stars and 2.77K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Semantic UI React's open source repository on GitHub.
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