Thank you for your time and feedback. Here is a couple of answers:
This is the core of framework. It's just 168 lines - github.com/gluecodes/gluecodes-fra...
We will publish it to NPM once we create documentation.
You can start in our IDE, export your project and carry on with your favourite IDE.
Our components are pure functions returning JSX. Porting from for example React shouldn't be a problem.
Thanks, fascinating. Code looks super clean and very readable.
On npm I mean - we can benefit from importing npm packages in? You know, some kind of integration with a payment processor or something? Or is this something you do after exporting?
Is it the case then that we build a structure, but once exported it's become a stand alone thing?
Yes, you can import npm packages in the online IDE by using npkg and after exporting you can freely use NPM or yarn.
And yes, once exported it becomes a stand alone thing.
here is TodoMVC example that would be spited by the IDE:
You can actually visit our website to find out more: glue.codes
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.