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🦄🌈Svelte: A Comprehensive Guide to Developing Your App With Svelte - Part 1

Svelte is a new JavaScript framework that is designed to be lightweight and efficient. It has a small footprint, and is easy to learn. Svelte is also very fast, and can be used to create powerful web applications.

Svelte is still in development, but it is already attracting a lot of attention. The framework has been designed from the ground up to be efficient and lightweight, and it offers a lot of advantages over other frameworks such as Angular and React.

One of the biggest advantages of Svelte is its small footprint. The framework is only about 2.5 KB in size, making it one of the smallest frameworks available. This makes it ideal for use in mobile applications and other small devices.

Svelte is also very fast. It has been designed to take advantage of modern hardware, and it can handle large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. This makes Svelte a good choice for creating powerful web applications.

Svelte is still in development, but it looks like it is going to be a popular framework. It offers a lot of advantages over other frameworks, and it is small and efficient. If you are looking for a new JavaScript framework, Svelte is definitely worth considering.

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Jeff

Thank you for your post. I just recently learned of Svelte in December. I love it so far. I've been working on a lightweight backend framework and Svelte complements it very well so far.

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Yaku Author

Hey Jeff, thanks for reading my post. I also recently just started using Svelte and I feel optimistic about it because of its performance and ease to use. 🙂

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Jeff

I feel the same way. Everyone around me was getting into Vue and React, and every time I sat down to try and learn a bit of either of those, I just couldn't get into it. Maybe it's just me, but something about Svelte really clicks with me.

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The main complications that I had faced with either Vue or react was state management. Not that there are no good libraries for both but it adds a lot of things grasp especially for a new web dev ....but with Svelte it's like dealing with html css and vanilla JavaScript