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re: Why we went with PreactJs to power the frontend VIEW POST


I'm always happy to see devs who want to stick to vanilla-as-possible JavaScript! I LOVE React, but the heaviness of JS frameworks always bums me out a bit. I'm excited to check out Preact!


Sometimes it's about the journey. By starting from the ground and resisting the urge to rush into anything, we've been able to stick to our guns on performance. Far from a perfect codebase/product, but it hasn't become a total mess either 😁

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