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Published : Apr 26, 2023
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Apr 2023
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SolidJS is a declarative JavaScript library for creating user interfaces. In the last year, we've seen an increase in SolidJS's visibility and popularity among developers, particularly those interested in creating richer user interactions. SolidJS compiles its templates to real DOM nodes (instead of using vDOM) and updates them with fine-grained reactions which reduces unnecessary DOM updates and results in faster performance and a better user experience. It has a simple API and great support for TypeScript, which can help catch errors during development. Another benefit of SolidJS is its small bundle size, which is ideal for building fast and lightweight web applications and benefits a mobile-first approach. SolidJS is a relatively new framework, so it doesn't have as large of a community or ecosystem as other frameworks. However, judging by the growing number of useful libraries and tools, it seems to be growing in popularity. Its reactive update system, functional component model and templating system make SolidJS an attractive choice to assess, and we're seeing interest from several teams and communities.

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