Svelte

Cybernetically enhanced web apps

Svelte is a radical new approach to building user interfaces. Whereas traditional frameworks like React and Vue do the bulk of their work in the browser, Svelte shifts that work into a compile step that happens when you build your app.
Reviews
  • Thomas Carton de Wiart
    Thomas Carton de WiartLurker / Works at Unanimous.eu
    Pros: 

    - Simplicity - Elegance - Developper experience

    Cons: 

    - Editor-IDE integration - Testing / testatbility

    I am currently building reactive components and Svelte seems the best choice since it is the best simplest tool for the job. I have yet to find a good reason not to select it as a standard tool in our team.

    Thomas Carton de Wiart has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    - Very small compiled code size - Great help on their Discord channel

    Cons: 

    - Limited third party modules to use

    I'm working on a desktop web application that I first made in Vue.js, then moved to Mint to reduce complexity of the code, and finally the last two months I've moved it to Svelte 3. The Svelte 3 version is much easier to maintain and expand upon!

    Custom Computer Tool has used this product for one month.
Discussion
I have been following the project for a while. I think the new version is gonna make developers think how web apps can be made without using traditional complex stuff. One the best parts : "So we took a step back and asked ourselves what kind of API would work for us... and realized that the best API is no API at all. We can just use the language." Get started by reading this awesome blog https://svelte.dev/blog/svelte-3... and this must watch youtube video https://youtu.be/AdNJ3fydeao
Pretty excited to take Svelte 3 for a spin. We're using V2 for our widgets that are focused on interactive content, so we needed a framework that is fast and efficient, with no runtime.