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

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Reminds me a lot of Vue. I'm curious as to the advantages this might have over just using Vue. Not having to put something within a data property isn't really much of an advantage, so there must be something else, no?

 

Seems Vue should remind you Ractive a lot. Svelte is the next step from the best Ractive's ideas to most modern approaches. Vue would always be only the catching-up imitator.

 

From the article:

For the abridged explanation, Svelte is meant to be the framework that isn't really a framework; it's basically a tool to compile components down at the build step, allowing you to load a single bundle.js on your page to render your app. This means no virtual DOM, no frameworks on top of frameworks, and no framework to load at runtime.

That's the big difference with Svelte - it exists only at build time, outputting self-contained components with no runtime library to load. The ideas behind it are spelled out by the creator in this talk:

The combination of simplicity and small runtime size/sheer speed is what has attracted me to Svelte, and the upcoming V3 looks to improve even more on both fronts.

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