re: Vanilla JavaScript and HTML - No frameworks. No libraries. No problem. VIEW POST


The ES6 template string almost eliminates the need for a 3rd-party template library. With Atom (and I guess it's possible with VSCode and Sublime too), you can annotate the template strings so that their content is syntax-highlighted according to the language.

This way you get both the readability and the ability to quickly spot errors.

That said, I'd still rather use a lighweight framework such as Mithril or Svelte.

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