An accessible collection of learning resources.
A library is typically a massive trove of learning resources. It is a collection of diverse materials which serve as foundations and templates for learning or work. In computing, libraries are still collections of learning resources and accessible modules, except that these resources take the form of software documentation, algorithm codes, and sample files for program execution.
There are different library types in computing. Some of these are primarily for learning while others serve as repositories and sharing platforms. However, having access to any of these libraries smoothens the learning curve of programmers and developers.