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Discussion on: RiotJS vs Svelte

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DarkWiiPlayer

The sad thing about all these frameworks is that none of them really works well in an environment that's not completely centered around node.

What I really want is something like svelte but as a single executable, either written in JS with the option of a single-executable bundle or just written in C entirely, that actually integrates in a make/tup workflow and actually compiles my files at more than 1 LOC/h.

From what I've seen so far, svelte, with its lack of dependencies, seems like the only option where such a thing would be possible without a complete rewrite of the whole concept though.

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Hanna Author

That's a net idea but i have no idea how you'd go about making it.

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avi

Would you kindly explain what do you mean by " none of them really works well in an environment that's not completely centered around node" ? It is front-end, node is back-end, so ...??

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DarkWiiPlayer

have you ever tried integrating any of these "modern" web technologies with tup?

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Pablo Tejada

You won't get far in web development nowadays without node anyways.

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DarkWiiPlayer

I mean, for the longest time, you couldn't get far with anything without gnu software, yet they still split their tools very nicely. And wouldn't you know, there's clang now and it works perfectly well with make. Try combining node and deno though.

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Jim Fisk

What I really want is something like svelte but as a single executable

Have you tried github.com/plentico/plenti? We use Go + V8 to compile components, so you don't need NodeJS/NPM on your computer.

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DarkWiiPlayer

That sounds like a pretty cool concept! I will definitely check that out :D