React JS app templates

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WebChatify

WebChatify: A web-based chat application that allows users to discuss and analyze website content using the llm system and a user-friendly interface powered by tailwind.

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WebGen

WebGen: A web development app that combines front-end and back-end skills to generate code based on user requests.

React JS
Python
Flask
HTML
CSS

Snake Game

A powerful app skeleton for a browser based snake game

React JS
Python
Flask

Web Based Chatbot with LLM

This powerful app skeleton is a great starting place suitable for creating a chatbot. It uses tailwind and llm.

React JS
Python
HTML
CSS

Create Your Own Pacman Game

A retro-style Pacman game with dynamic gameplay, collision detection, win condition, and high score display.

Python
React JS

How to Implement Stripe Payment Gateway into React

To integrate a custom Stripe payment gateway in React, you need both a backend and a frontend. This template enables you to quickly set up the example backend service. It is compatible with any price point you have established through the Stripe API. After adding the API key and directing the backend service to the price ID, you can activate the backend service by clicking the test button. Then, by integrating the Stripe frontend code into a React component, you instantly create a custom payment page in React. This method can be used to set up various types of payment gateway pages and elements in React, including one-time payments and subscriptions.

React JS
Stripe

Open Source LLM based Web Chat Interface

This app will be a web interface that allows the user to send prompts to open source LLMs. It requires to enter the openrouter API key for it to work. This api key is free to get on openrouter.ai and there are a bunch of free opensource models on openrouter.ai so you can make a free chatbot. The user will be able to choose from a list of models and have a conversation with the chosen model. The conversation history will be displayed in chronological order, with the oldest message on top and the newest message below. The app will indicate who said each message in the conversation. The app will show a loader and block the send button while waiting for the model's response. The chat bar will be displayed as a sticky bar at the bottom of the page, with 10 pixels of padding below it. The input field will be 3 times wider than the default size, but it will not exceed the width of the page. The send button will be on the right side of the input field and will always fit on the page. The user will be able to press enter to send the message in addition to pressing the send button. The send button will have padding on the right side to match the left side. The message will be cleared from the input bar after pressing send. The last message will now be displayed above the sticky input block, and the conversation div will have a height of 80% to leave space for the model selection and input fields. There will be some space between the messages, and the user messages will be colored in green while the model messages will be colored in grey. The input will be blocked when waiting for the model's response, and a spinner will be displayed on the send button during this time.

React JS
Python
OpenAI

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Create Stripe Checkout Session with API

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Get Product Metafields using Shopify API

A FastAPI application that retrieves all products from a Shopify store and returns them in JSON format. Requires the SHOPIFY_ADMIN_API_TOKEN environment secret. The app includes an endpoint at "/product_metafields" where users can provide a product ID and the Shopify store URL to retrieve the product's metafields. The only environment secret required is SHOPIFY_ADMIN_API_TOKEN, which must be set for the app to authenticate with the Shopify API.

Get User ID Using Facebook API

An app that retrieves the Facebook user ID using the Facebook API. No specific permissions are required to make this api call. This app uses the FastAPI to create an endpoint to call the Facebook API for getting a logged-in user's id. A facebook access token will be needed to make the API call.

Scrape Text From Website

A web app that allows users to input a URL and scrape the text from any webpage, displaying it in a formatted table along with the source URL and date scraped. Users can also download the table as a CSV file.

Get Latest Video from Channel via YouTube API

A FastAPI-based application that retrieves the latest video details from your favorite channels using the YouTube API. Simply provide a channel ID or URL to get comprehensive results, including video ID, title, and description. The app requires a YouTube API key, which can be set as an environment variable.

AI-driven Shopify navigation menu

This app learns from the way users browse to guess which product they might look at next. It gathers product lists from Shopify, a popular online store platform. When someone visits a page, the app records which page they visited and their unique user ID. The app then displays a rotating slider navigation menu (called a carousel) on the webpage, showing products it thinks the user might want to see next. With this approach, the app aims to improve the chances of users making a purchase by showing them products they are more likely to be interested in.

React.js, developed and maintained by Facebook, is an open-source JavaScript library widely used for building user interfaces, particularly for single-page applications where user interactions play a crucial role. Launched in 2013, React.js has become a fundamental tool in modern web development due to its component-based architecture and efficient rendering capabilities.

Key features and aspects of React.js include:

  1. Component-Based Architecture: React.js revolves around a component-based structure, where the user interface is divided into reusable and modular components. This approach promotes code reusability, maintainability, and a clear separation of concerns.
  2. Virtual DOM (Document Object Model): React uses a virtual DOM to optimize the rendering process. Changes are first applied to a virtual representation of the DOM, and React efficiently updates only the necessary parts of the actual DOM. This enhances performance by minimizing redundant re-rendering.
  3. Declarative Syntax: React employs a declarative syntax, making it easier to understand and predict how the UI will behave at any given point in time. Developers describe the desired UI state, and React takes care of updating the DOM to match that state.
  4. JSX (JavaScript XML): JSX is a syntax extension for JavaScript used with React. It allows developers to write HTML-like code within JavaScript files, providing a more intuitive way to define the structure of components.
  5. Unidirectional Data Flow: React follows a unidirectional data flow, meaning data changes flow in a single direction, from parent components to child components. This simplifies debugging and makes it easier to understand how data changes propagate through the application.
  6. React Router: React Router is a library that enables navigation and routing in React applications. It allows developers to create dynamic, single-page applications with different views and URLs.
  7. State Management: React uses a state system to manage and handle changes in the application's data. State can be localized within a component or lifted up to a higher-level component for broader management.
  8. React Hooks: Introduced in React 16.8, hooks are functions that allow developers to use state and lifecycle features in functional components, enabling more flexibility and reusability in functional programming.
  9. Community and Ecosystem: React has a vibrant and active community. This has led to the development of a rich ecosystem with numerous libraries, tools, and resources, making it easier for developers to extend and enhance their React applications.
  10. Compatibility and Integration: React can be easily integrated with other libraries and frameworks. It can coexist with existing projects, allowing developers to adopt React incrementally. Additionally, React can be used in conjunction with tools like Redux for state management in larger applications.

In summary, React.js empowers developers to build dynamic and efficient user interfaces by providing a component-based architecture, a virtual DOM for optimized rendering, and a declarative syntax for defining UI behavior. Its popularity and active community contribute to its continuous evolution and widespread adoption in web development.

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