Daisy UI - Component Library for Tailwind CSS
Tailwind is really just an engine for building components, but it doesn't include any components of it's own. Daisy UI uses Tailwind CSS and it gives you a set of components to build sites quicker. It installs as a Tailwind CSS plugin so it's easy to add to your existing project. Think of it as the missing Bootstrap-style link to Tailwind CSS.
Tailwind Kit - UI Components for Tailwind CSS
A beautiful UI component showcase for Tailwinds UI. It has a lot of smaller elements like buttons, forms, navigation and lists as well as larger templates for bigger things. Over 250 components and templates that are also React/Vue/Angular compatible.
Tailblocks - Free Tailwind CSS Component Code
Tailwinds CSS is great, but it doesn't come with any built in components. A few industrious developers have been creating their own. This is a pretty good selection of ready to go components with everything from ecommerce, navigation, testimonials and blog elements you can copy and paste from. It also has an easy to use interface to copy and preview the blocks.
Notistack - React Compatible Notification Library
This is a really nice library for building notifications with React with a lot of options. The best part is the way the examples section lets you choose the different options and it builds the code for you. I wish every demo worked like this.
JS Zip - Read, Write and Create Zip Files
Github CLI 2.0 - Now with Extensions support
There's a new version of the Github CLI and this one provides an extensible framework that allows other developers to contribute content to the platform. The CLI is interesting in that you can use it to do a lot of stuff directly in Github. I like using it for creating issues directly from within a project. I can't wait to see what developers do with this.
CodeSpaces with CodeSwing
An extension to VS Code to let you create a practice environment for someone to have an interactive code tryout. This works fantastically well with CodeSpaces new option to start up an environment by switching the link to the repo's TLD from .com to .dev. It lets you go directly to something like a CodePen with all of the power of Git and VSCode. Clearly a superior experience.