re: Explain the Frontend Webdev Ecosystem to Me VIEW POST

FULL DISCUSSION
 
  • Angular - When mommy packs you a Lunchable for lunch
  • React - When mommy packs you lunch but forgets the pudding
  • VueJS - When mommy packs you leftover pizza for lunch
  • Mithril - When mommy packs you multiple Nutrigen bars for lunch
  • Svelte - When mommy packs what she calls a "better lunch" but you don't eat it because you just want what you're used to eating.
 

Svelte is when mommy packs a lot of snack bars and call it your nutritional balanced meal

 

Stencil is that better lunch, but you actually want to eat it 🤣

(Sorry, I had to 😁)

 

It's in the same space as Svelte, but Typescript native and compiles into spec-compliant web-components by default.

Been using it since Beta without a framework (or using stencil as the "framework") and it's been pretty amazing. It feels more like I'm writing Vanilla JS with Typescript support.

It supports the major frameworks too... I just got tired of chasing the upgrade cycle.

I can have beta components I built a year ago sitting on the same page with 1.x components from today, and if the old component ain't broke, I don't have to mess with it. I just upgrade when I need it.

I have pretty much everything I need from a framework, but I don't pass any "framework" code to the users, just the compiled vanilla WC.

Built by the Ionic team and they built Ionic V4 with it (but ionic isn't required for it) and I know Apple used it for the new Apple music, and (anecdotally, through friends) a few other large companies are evaluating it...
Stencil

 
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