re: Why SvelteJS may be the best framework for new web devs VIEW POST

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Any way to do the compile in the browser? I'd like to compile only on commit. I did this with coffeescript several years ago and loved it!

Oh, and how easy is it to use with other libs. I'm thinking about Bulma and hyperscript (the h() function). The h function may not be all that necessary?

 

No. The point of Svelte is that it is compiled up front, meaning the browser has less work to do. That's a core principle of how Svelte works.

As for how easy it is to use with other libs, I use Bulma, various vanilla js libraries and plugins, and they all work a lot more smoothly than they do with other frameworks or libraries. Svelte hinders you less when it comes to playing nice with other things.

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