Most modern mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitionsProject mention: How to implement a data access layer pattern in SvelteKit? | reddit.com/r/SvelteKit | 2023-05-26
You mention YAGNI, but I think the bigger blocker is "Don't reinvent the wheel" - which I think is the most misunderstood bit of programming advice out there. In my SvelteKit app, I am not using a "UI Framework" that provides components to me. I don't need to. Svelte is simple enough that I can build almost anything myself. I've looked at Skeleton's source code, and their components on average are not better than versions I have rolled myself. There are a few cases where it's better to use a framework. Sliders, for instance, have a lot of edge cases. So I use Swiper for carousels. But even then, I could build a working basic slider (that doesn't address the numerous edge cases) myself in an hour. The other case is Headless UI but even there, I disagree with how he implemented some things and it's possible to roll your own Svelte Headless UI just from Tailwind's source.
A touch slideout navigation menu for your mobile web apps. (by Mango)
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6) As far as I understand, this point refers to the Web API :) Personally, I consider it to be more good than evil.
ReactJS / HammerJS integration. Support touch events in your React app.
Tappable component for React
Super fast carousel and slider with touch for optimized websites running in modern browsers.