now-serve(latest: 0.5.1) Single command static hosting
zrd3(latest: 0.8.4) Modular ReactJS charts made using d3 chart utilities. Work on project documentation has started [here](https://github.com/esbullington/react-d3/wiki). A few examples of the available charts can be seen below, the others can be [viewed here](https://reacti
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razzle-examples-simple(latest: 0.2.2) ## How to use Download the example [or clone the whole project](https://github.com/jaredpalmer/razzle.git):
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micro-proxy(latest: 1.1.0) Simplest proxy server for microservices
after-examples-basic(latest: 0.5.2) This is the most basic After.js example. It's a two page SSR application with a Home and About page.
after-examples-with-apollo(latest: 0.5.2) This is a basic example of using Apollo with After.js. Heavily inspired by [the next.js with-apollo example](https://github.com/zeit/next.js/blob/canary/examples/with-apollo)
@zeit/title(latest: 2.2.0) Capitalize your titles properly
next-preact(latest: 0.0.6) Moved to [@zeit/next-preact](https://www.npmjs.com/package/@zeit/next-preact)
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@zeit/react-jsx-parser(latest: 2.0.0) A React component which can parse JSX and output rendered React Components
boof(latest: 3.2.0) The Polymer library makes it easy to create your own web components. Give your element some markup and properties, and then use it on a site. Polymer provides features like dynamic templates and data binding to reduce the amount of boilerplate you need to