Yeah, svelte@next (aka SvelteKit) is the bee’s knees.
I’m just playing around with it but I can’t imagine the actual index page of small-web.org being all that more complicated than the few lines of code in the screenshot. The other screenshot is a quick prototype of the domain picker component.
While their focus is on so-called “serverless”, I’m interested in seeing how it can be used for #SmallWeb (where you own your own server) :)
@aral nice! I’ve played around with svelte in the past and although I really like the approach I found it a bit cumbersome especially when I tried using typescript. Nice to see that they streamlined all that and also still support bundling static Webapps.
@aral what's the $components/ syntax doing? I'm assuming you've got local modules or something; I'd like to learn more about the approach and how to do that :)
@aral It’s pretty snazzy looking. I dunno if I want to give up Typescript for it, but I’ve been interested ever since I learned that pinafore.social was a Svelte app.
@aral Oh wait, it’s a successor with TS support?! Super interested now.
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