emitter VS okikio-native

Compare emitter vs okikio-native and see what are their differences.


Event Emitter (by hackdonalds)


An initiative which aims to make it easy to create complex, light-weight, and performant web applications using modern js api's. (by okikio)
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emitter okikio-native
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2.4 0.0
17 days ago 5 months ago
TypeScript TypeScript
- MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of emitter. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-04-21.


Posts with mentions or reviews of okikio-native. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-02.
  • Github Codespaces vs. Gitpod, an in-depth look
    7 projects | dev.to | 2 Sep 2021
    This example is based on one of my Github projects okikio/native, it's a good starting point for setting up a workspace for your own project.
  • anime.js alternatives - okikio-native and spring-easing
    3 projects | 4 Aug 2021
    @okikio/animate is a part of a mono repo called okikio/native. @okikio/animate is a powerful animation library based on the Web Animation API (WAAPI), it was inspired by animate plus, and animejs, and thus uses similar syntax, so, if you are used to those you will be able to start using @okikio/animate with little to no learning curve. I suggest reading the CSS-Tricks article about the library (https://css-tricks.com/how-i-used-the-waapi-to-build-an-animation-library/) as well checking out the more examples on demo in the @okikio/animate - examples & demos Codepen Collection (https://codepen.io/collection/rxOEBO).
  • @okikio/animate - animejs but built on the Web Animation API.
    3 projects | dev.to | 25 May 2021
    Read more about it on npm or Github.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing emitter and okikio-native you can also consider the following projects:

mitt - 🥊 Tiny 200 byte functional event emitter / pubsub.

zeit - A Fitbit clock face for learners of the German language 🕐

tarkov-wiki-prices - Browser addons to display the prices of items on the Escape From Tarkov wiki.

trigger - A library for creating scroll-based animation with HTML attributes and CSS variables.

typescript-coverage-report - Node command tool to generate TypeScript coverage report

openvscode-server - Run upstream VS Code on a remote machine with access through a modern web browser from any device, anywhere.

react-recurrence - A simple, customizable, and reusable component for providing the recurrence functionality.

micell - A collection of functions for front-end development

art-showcase-2020 - A showcase of all of my favourite art pieces from 2020

anime.js - JavaScript animation engine

react-text-transition - Animate your text changes

animateplus - A+ animation module for the modern web