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Authored by Rich Harris, Svelte takes a unique approach. It compiles your app at build time so that you ship the lightest weight code possible. From the documentation:

...Svelte has a crucial difference: rather than interpreting your application code at run time, your app is converted into ideal JavaScript at build time. That means you don't pay the performance cost of the framework's abstractions, or incur a penalty when your app first loads.

And because there's no overhead, you can easily adopt Svelte in an existing app incrementally, or ship widgets as standalone packages that work anywhere.

An interesting project related to Svelte is Sapper , a framework similar in philosophy to Next.js , but with a greater emphasis on performance.

Sapper is a framework for building extremely high-performance web apps...There are two basic concepts:

Building an app with all the modern best practices — code-splitting, offline support, server-rendered views with client-side hydration — is fiendishly complicated. Sapper does all the boring stuff for you so that you can get on with the creative part.

There are a lot of interesting frameworks here. Some are the product of a single developer, while others have strong communities with a large number of contributors and corporate sponsorship.

If you're an author or contributor to one of these projects and you'd like to provide more or updated information, please reach out to me .

Authored by Yiyi Sun, AppRun in a small (3KB) library that uses TypeScript as the development language and takes inspiration from Elm:

Binding.scala is a one-way data-binding library written in Scala, although it targets both JavaScript and JVM. From the documentation :

Bobril takes inspiration from React and Mithril . From the documentation:

It is fast, low size framework with rendering based on Virtual DOM. The main focus is on speed and simplicity of code generation...Content and behavior of any page can be defined simply by composing JavaScript objects.

The page content rendering is based on comparison of Virtual DOMs. The application has some state in time and bobril application generates the Virtual DOM according to this state. Virtual DOM is an object representation of the resultant DOM. If some state-changing event occurs and the previous Virtual DOM is different than currently generated Virtual DOM, the real DOM will change according to this change.

is a functional library for building user interfaces. It's small (4KB) and supports server rendering. The Choo philosophy:

We believe frameworks should be disposable, and components recyclable. We don't want a web where walled gardens jealously compete with one another. By making the DOM the lowest common denominator, switching from one framework to another becomes frictionless. Choo is modest in its design; we don't believe it will be top of the class forever, so we've made it as easy to toss out as it is to pick up...We want everyone on a team, no matter the size, to fully understand how an application is laid out. And once an application is built, we want it to be small, performant and easy to reason about. All of which makes for easy to debug code, better results and super smiley faces.

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