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poi - :zap: Delightful web development.

  •    Javascript

Start writing an app with a single .js file, Poi could handle all the development setups for you, no more configuration hell.Note: You need to install react react-dom and run Poi with --jsx react flag. For convenience, here's also poi-preset-react which adds both React JSX and React HMR support.

sapper - Military-grade progressive web apps, powered by Svelte

  •    TypeScript

Military-grade progressive web apps, powered by Svelte. Sapper is a framework for building high-performance universal web apps. Read the guide or the introductory blog post to learn more.

codesandbox-client - An online code editor tailored for web application development 🏖️

  •    Javascript

An online code editor tailored for web applications. This project was bootstrapped with Create React App.




ractive-dbmonster - An adaptation of Ember's 'dbmonster' demo of Glimmer

  •    Javascript

After the awesome demonstration of Ember's new rendering engine Glimmer at EmberConf, and Jeremy Ashkenas laying down the gauntlet with his version, I couldn't resist trying the same thing with Ractive.I'm really excited for the Ember community - Glimmer has been long in the planning, and looks like a tremendous piece of work. Ember itself is a great framework.

rollup-plugin-svelte - Compile Svelte components with Rollup

  •    Javascript

Compile Svelte components.Note that we need to install Svelte as well as the plugin, as it's a 'peer dependency'.

svelte-panel-click - Small web component to determine if clicks occur inside or outside a panel.

  •    Javascript

Small web component to determine if clicks occur inside or outside a panel. Published and released under the Very Open License.

nanocal - Airbnb range picker rip-off

  •    TypeScript

for more detailed examples how to use it with frameworks, see examples.


cypress-svelte-unit-test - Unit testing Svelte components in Cypress E2E test runner

  •    Javascript

Requires Node version 6 or above. The mount function returns a promise which resolves to the current document. At the same time, the instance of the mounted component is available from Cypress.component for further interaction.

svelte-heatmap - A light weight version of GitHub's contribution graph

  •    Javascript

The preferred way to install this package is through Yarn or NPM. Alternatively, you can simply reference it from a CDN.

svelte-language-server - A WIP language server for Svelte

  •    TypeScript

A language server (implementing the language server protocol) for Svelte. The idea behind a Language Server is to provide the language-specific smarts inside a server that can communicate with development tooling over a protocol that enables inter-process communication.

svelte-redux - Connect svelte components to a redux store

  •    TypeScript

Connect svelte components to a redux store. If you've used redux with react, this should be quite familiar.

svelte-vscode - Svelte language support for VS Code

  •    TypeScript

Provides syntax highlighting and rich intellisense for Svelte components in VS Code, utilising the svelte language server. More features coming soon.

svelte-apollo - Svelte integration for Apollo GraphQL

  •    Javascript

Svelte integration for Apollo GraphQL. Query an attached Apollo provider, returning an observable that is compatible with {#await ...}. svelte-apollo handles subscriptions internally and it is safe to use query in computed properties.

abstract-state-router - Like ui-router, but without all the Angular

  •    Javascript

abstract-state-router lets you build single-page webapps using nested routes/states. Your code doesn't reference routes directly, like /app/users/josh, but by name and properties, like app.user + { name: 'josh' }. To find out why you should be using this kind of router, read Why Your Webapp Needs a State-Based Router.

svelte-state-renderer - abstract-state-router renderer for Svelte

  •    Javascript

npm + your favorite CommonJS bundler is easiest. You can also download the stand-alone build from wzrd.in. If you include it in a <script> tag, a svelteStateRenderer function will be available on the global scope.

sveltify - Browserify transform for Svelte

  •    Javascript

A Browserify transform allowing you to require Svelte templates. Defaults to transforming all .html and .svelte files. You can overwrite the transformed extensions with the extensions argument.

react-svelte - Use Svelte components inside a React app

  •    Javascript

Use Svelte components inside React apps. Demo here, source code for the demo here.

calendar-set - Framework agnostic calendar components

  •    HTML

The components are implemented with Svelte, so they can be used with Svelte component API. The following is a simple example how you can use DateCalendar component. All components have a static method setLocale to specify localized string shown in the calendar. You need to call the method before instantiating components. calendar-set provides built in locales en and ja.