Unicorn was designed to standardize and simplify the building of React applications. Providing familiar tools like Redux, React Router, with the spirit of projects like Next.js, Rails, or Ember.
Seed was designed to standardize CSS at Help Scout across multiple applications and projects. It’s modular by design, with the latest principles in CSS architecture.
Cyan was designed make it easy to test fully rendered React components with a Cypress-like API within the blazing fast environment of JSDOM.
HSDS: React, originally nicknamed “Blue”, is a massive collection of re-usable UI components that power Help Scout’s front-end applications.
Motion was designed to make it simple to add dynamic, flexible, and highly performant animations to React components. It’s internal mounting system means the user doesn’t have to worry about show/hide based render state.
Playful was designed to seamlessly (and delightfully) handle React view transitions, especially for Router based transitions.
Wedux was designed as a Redux substitute for libraries. Multiple “Wedux” stores can be created within a single library. These stores do not conflict with each other or with Redux stores during applications integration.
Jolt was designed to provide Jekyll with the ability to create re-usable data-driven HTML templates, with support for global data as well as inline front-matter defaults.
Joule was designed to unit test views and templates generated by Jekyll, using conventions inspired by Enzyme (in React).
Fancy was designed to be a light-weight Styled Component-like library with out-of-the-box support for iFrames, selector scoping, and theming, all without Webpack configuration.
Artboard was designed to provide a Sketch-like experience for designing and developing UI in the browser.
Zero was designed to make it easy to create, develop, test, build, and publish libraries. It comes with a bunch of modern front-end tools, all pre-configured to let you build stuff without fiddling with configs and commands.
(dash) Get was designed to be a super tiny alternative to Lodash’s get utility. It works almost exactly like Lodash, weighing in at only 200b gzipped.
React Utils was designed to contain the collection of common low-level utilities for React. It abstracts a lot of the fiddly logic required to handle React 15->16 compatibility, HOC creation, and coordinating React with the DOM.
Resizey was designed to add native resize based events to regular DOM Elements. It also provides start and end resize hooks.
Dark Refined was designed to provide a collection of slightly enhanced VS Code themes, based on the default Dark+ theme.
Owlet was designed to provide a collection of themes based on the popular (and very gorgeous) Night Owl theme.