The Svelte-based web framework Sapper gives us a lot out of the box. Declarative routing, free SSR for every route, baked in support for API routes, and so much more. But if you want to use Sass or Stylus or another preprocessor, you’re on your own. 😕
I just published a new version of MDsveX. All Svelte syntax should now be supported (unless I forgot something), I added magical fenced style blocks with support for compile-to-css languages, and fixed a few bugs. https://t.co/wKt2vjkAIQ
Svelte, is amazingly simple, fast and small. It has mastered component view and state management, but there are a couple of areas where the framework offers little to no support.
Slick adds out the Box Routing, Dependency Injection, data flow, state management and many features. View data can be received sync or async and offer a similar render pattern as server side rendered applications