Svelte Js for web and Mobile App UI Developeent

Svelte Js for web and Mobile App UI Developeent

Svelte Js 

Svelte Native is a new approach to building mobile applications using NativeScript. Where other JavaScript mobile development frameworks like React Native and NativeScript-Vue do the bulk of their work on the mobile device, Svelte Native shifts that work into a compile step that happens when you build your app.

It is super easy to learn. I found it a lot simpler than React/Redux (another framework for UI development). I think even the non-tech people can learn it pretty quickly. If you are just beginning web development, I would recommend you to try it out.

It is structured in a compact way. I personally found the hierarchy of the code better than React. It is kind of debatable though.

It feels like a good choice to quickly build some simple single page websites. While I haven’t explored enough to comment on complex web applications and performance metrics, so far, React feels much better for them.

Svelte can be used anywhere and for anything you’d use Angular, React or Vue for. It’s a JavaScript tool used for building fast web applications, with a big focus on super slick and interactive user interfaces that are not only incredibly easy to build within the Svelte framework, but are also highly code efficient – never a bad thing.

There’s no performance cost associated with the framework’s abstractions, nor is there that initial dip in performance when an app first opens that’s usually attributed to the DOM diffing version update checking process.

Better yet, there is the flexibility to either build the entire app in Svelte, or to add in segments incrementally to an already existing base of code. Components made in Svelte can operate as stand-alone packages that don’t require the overhead of a conventional framework dependency, and can be used anywhere really.

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