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  • Creating a Browser Extension using SolidJS + WXT II
    Import { createSignal } from "solid-js"; Import solidLogo from "@/assets/solid.svg"; Import wxtLogo from "/wxt.svg"; Import "./App.css"; Function App() { const [count, setCount] = createSignal(0); return ( <> - Source: / 3 months ago
  • 💎 of solid-primitives, part 1: context
    Solid.js is already pretty powerful, but even so, there are things it cannot do out of the box. Here's where the community comes in and provides packages to enhance your development experience: solid-primitives. - Source: / 4 months ago
  • The zen of state in Solid.js
    Solid.js is a frontend framework that is known for its superficial similarities and otherwise vast differences to react. One of its best parts is its signals-based state management. - Source: / 11 months ago
  • Deploy a solid-start app on github pages
    Solid-start is the long awaited meta-framework for Solid.js. Since it entered its second beta after a rewrite, there were a few breaking changes, so the previous article on this one's topic was no longer valid. - Source: / 5 months ago
  • Million.js Beyond Speed | Making React Apps Memory Efficient
    Million uses techniques closer to fine-grained reactivity (shoutout Solid JS) where observers are placed right on the necessary DOM nodes to track state changes among other optimizations, rather than using a virtual DOM. - Source: / 9 months ago
  • HTML's Graphical 3D Future
    The project is Lume, working towards a 1.0 release. Lume provides a set of HTML elements for 3D rendering, built on three.js for rendering, with a system for defining new custom HTML elements with reactivity and templating powered by Solid.js. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Start programming blog in minutes with Astro and Vrite
    On top of that, it integrates really well with your existing stack, including various UI frameworks, like React, Vue, or my recent favorite — Solid.js — for building the interactive parts of your UI. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • The Rear-Vue Mirror: My Open-Source Origin Story
    My short career in open source looks like a success story. I get paid to do what I love: build open source docs and communities. I work on projects that hundreds of thousands of people use every month, and I do it with people that I look up to and learn from every day. (If this is your first time meeting me—I'm on the core team of Astro and SolidJS. Also, hi!) But it wasn't always like that. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • React vs Signals: 10 Years Later
    But there is more to it than a 10 year old debate. So I want to talk about how things have changed over the years and offer SolidJS as a foil. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • The Evolution of Signals in JavaScript
    Disclaimer: I am the author of SolidJS. This article reflects the evolution from the perspective of my influences. Elm Signals, Ember's computed properties, and Meteor all deserve shoutouts although not covered in the article. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Concepts behind modern frameworks
    In most cases, we need to do more with our reactive state than deriving from it and render it into the DOM. We have to manage side effects, which are all things that happen due to state changes beyond updates to the view (though some frameworks like Solid.js treat view changes as effects as well). - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Movies app in 7 frameworks - which is fastest and why?
    Nevertheless, the future of JS frameworks is exciting. As we’ve seen from the data, Astro is doing some things right alongside Qwik. However, more noteworthy frameworks such as Marko and Solid are also paving the path forward with some similar traits and better performance benchmarks. We’ve come back full circle in web development - from PHP/Rails to SPAs and now back to SSR. Maybe we just need to break the cycle. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Answering Common Questions about Krestianstvo SDK 4
    No. Krestianstvo SDK 4 is introducing its own implementation of Croquet Application Architecture in JavaScript, based on Solid JS & S.js using Functional Reactive Programming (FRP). - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Horizontal and vertical events
    I think that SDOM is a dramatic improvement over VDOM-based approaches like React, and I've enjoyed getting to know Freeman's library as well as some other libraries, like SolidJS and Svelte, that use a variation on the SDOM approach [1]. - Source: / about 2 years ago
  • Writing a reactive library in Javascript [from scratch]
    There are a lot of good libraries and frameworks to handle state management and reactivity. From simple and short utilities such as S.js to heavy solutions like Solid. - Source: / about 2 years ago
  • Announcing Felte 1.0: A form library for Svelte, Solid and React
    Felte is an extensible form management library for Svelte, Solid and (as of today) React. The main characteristic of it is that it does not require any sort of Field or Form components to work. In its most basic form it only requires you to provide it your HTML form element so it can subscribe to your user’s interaction with your form. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • Solid-Meet an open source video calling web-app powered by SolidJS
    Learn more on the Solid Website and come chat with us on our Discord. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • Felte: An extensible form library for Solid
    This is one of two blog posts I’m writing. This one is oriented towards Felte’s integration with Solid. The other one is oriented towards Felte’s integration with Svelte. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • The Quest for ReactiveScript
    The simplest compiler aided approach is decorate the variable identifiers to let it know it should compile to function calls. I first saw this in the framework Fidan and later in some Babel plugins the community had created for Solid. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • Understanding Transitional JavaScript Apps
    Now as some of you know this has been an area of focus for me the last couple years both with Marko and even to some degree with Solid. In fact it's kind of been on everyone's mind:. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • JavaScript Framework TodoMVC Size Comparison
    I decided to take his process and methodology and apply it in addition to Preact, React, and Solid. So let's begin. - Source: / over 2 years ago

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