Remember Svelte is a framework founded by an engineer at The NY Times. Svelte was probably first and foremost created to aid in the majority of use cases found in the static content hosted by The NY Times. To that end, Svelte is brilliant. It keeps the size of the bundle down. If your job is coding charts and graphics that have to be viewable on many devices and be extremely performant, vanilla JS is the way to go IMHO. Svelte brings some sanity to that way of working. Official TypeScript support would be nice, but there are probably ways you can still build with TypeScript in your own project.
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