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May 2018

Given the number of JavaScript application frameworks we’ve featured in the Radar over the years we asked ourselves, do we really need to call out another one? We decided that Hyperapp is worth a look because of its minimalist approach. It has a very small footprint, less than 1KB, and yet covers all the essential functionality for writing a web application. This is only possible with an elegant design that reduces everything to the absolute minimum, which in turn makes it easier to understand and use the framework. Despite being relatively new, it has attracted a good-size community and we recommend to at least consider it when picking a framework for a new application.