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User interface

UI (User Interface) libraries are collections of pre-designed and pre-built user interface components and elements that developers can use to create consistent and visually appealing user interfaces in their web and mobile applications. These libraries are often written in languages like JavaScript, TypeScript, or CSS, and they include various UI elements such as buttons, forms, navigation bars, modals, and more. The primary goal of UI libraries is to streamline the development process, improve user experience, and maintain design consistency across an application. Here are some key points about UI libraries:

UX/UI design

UX and UI are two closely related but distinct concepts in the field of design and technology, particularly in the context of software and web development. They both play critical roles in creating a positive and user-friendly experience for digital products, such as websites, mobile apps, and software applications. Here's an explanation of UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) design: