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Resilience to errors in front-end frameworks

This is an attempt to measure how good are front-end frameworks in dealing with simple errors.

I took the implementations of TodoMVC made in 5 different frameworks: VanillaJS, React, Vue, Svelte and Elm.

Then I injected 7 different errors and I analyzed the behavior.




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