Angular vs Svelte - Card Component

Mauro Garcia on November 16, 2019

If you check out some of my previous posts, you'll know that I've been doing some experiments with Svelte and Sapper lately. As I've been working ... [Read Full]
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Counting characters to compare a fairly simple components is way too naive as a comparison: I do like both Angular and Svelte, so I don't think I am biased when I say this. I'd like to see the comparison of two full-blown complex, real world apps. Only then we can probably compare them.


Well, as someone who's only familiar with Angular, I can say that I find these comparisons interesting and useful.

But for folks like you, there's a website delivering exactly what you're asked for: github.com/gothinkster/realworld


I agree: they're useful, I made one myself, but I wouldn't use counting characters as a metric for comparison. There's so much more in an application than components, which in my opinion are the "easy" part. The real world app you link is hardly one: I'm talking enterprise, resilient, rock-solid stuff. Probably not something you can find in the open, I admit.

I think your point is valid, but not all the apps are enterprise or super complex. And, for those kind of apps it's helpful to see this kind of comparisons. Btw, I love Angular and I'm using it on most of my projects.

As I said on previous posts, I'm just starting with Svelte and Sapper. Maybe in the feature I'll be comparing more complex stuff, but this series are all about components.

They are probably the easy part, but they are also a big part of the code we write every date.


As I said in another comment, that's hardly a real world app. A more complex todo app at best.


I m a react developer .. i kicked React in the trash because of Svelte .. i love it 😍.. Svelte became my new girlfriend 😂😂


Id like to do the same but the lack of good ts support made us break up


To make it more fair should not styleUrls: ['./hello-world.component.css'] be removed?


Svelte is superior and a better saner approach with more future-proof concept.
I prefer Nim tho.

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