Have you been using ViewComponent. What advantages do you see in it?

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    Demo of Monolith, a highly productive way of building web applications (by rubymonolith)

  • Phlex is great for all the reasons in these replies. I’m going all-in on it and building a Rails view layer that runs 100% from Phlex. You can read more about it at https://fly.io/ruby-dispatch/component-driven-development-on-rails-with-phlex/ and see the demo repo at https://github.com/rocketshipio/oxidizer-demo

  • view_component

    A framework for building reusable, testable & encapsulated view components in Ruby on Rails.

  • InfluxDB

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  • rux

    A jsx-inspired way to render view components in Ruby.

  • Ruby on Rails

    Ruby on Rails

  • Rails 7.1 will have the ability to declare partials inputs. https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/45602

  • nice_partials

    A little bit of magic to make partials perfect for components.

  • One nice feature of view component or phlex is slot. Just to mention it here. Nice_partials gem allow us to do just that saying in the rails way. https://github.com/bullet-train-co/nice_partials

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