Anna is a full stack developer from Wellington. She worked with a wide range of technologies in various big and small companies and found that the key factor in everything was humans, not machines. She loves to make big things by combining small parts. In free time she raises kids, plants and communities.
Svelte claims to be ‘a radical new approach to building user interfaces’. Two main points of it are compiling at build time and no virtual DOM. So let’s have a look what it means and how it is different from other existing approaches. We will talk about modularity and how it can be encouraged at a framework level. Also we will have a glimpse of tasty Svelte syntax and Sapper, a bootstrapping framework.