Svelte is a component framework — like React or Vue — but with an important difference. Traditional frameworks allow you to write declarative state-driven code, but there’s a penalty: the browser must do extra work to convert those declarative structures into DOM operations, using techniques like virtual DOM diffing that eat into your frame budget and tax the garbage collector.
Instead, Svelte runs at build time, converting your components into highly efficient imperative code that surgically updates the DOM. As a result, you’re able to write ambitious applications with excellent performance characteristics.
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GitHub Pages is a static site hosting service designed to host your personal, organisation, or project pages directly from a GitHub repository.
Note that GitHub Pages is a static site hosting service and doesn’t support server-side code such as, PHP, Ruby, or Python.
To learn more about the different types of GitHub Pages sites, take a look here.
That’s the theory! Let’s start:
Say you have a github project and you want to host it on netlify. I’ am just kidding. You are here because…
Many times, when we learn a new technology we end up with some problems and some times we found solutions at stack overflow. There, many great developers share awesome solutions and best practices, so when I want to master a new programming language I always navigate to some great answers to common questions.
Doing that,I found myself discovering some awesome answers, that probably if I wasn’t be aware of them I would ended up with an ugly solution. So I decided to share some great vue.js questions and answers that I think will help you a lot to master vue.js.
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