Been using Vue for years professionally love it. But Svelte looks so good... What would I miss from Vue if I converted to Svelte?

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  • GitHub repo buefy

    Lightweight UI components for Vue.js based on Bulma

    I am a back end developer primarily writing APIs in Go so I only have a limited exposure to the frameworks. That being said I really miss https://buefy.org but it still requires Vue 2.6 and same with https://vuetifyjs.com/en/ for different projects. Beyond that I actually find svelte easier for including legacy js code and frameworks. The latest version including Svelte Kit has what seems to me great typescript support.

  • GitHub repo headlessui

    Completely unstyled, fully accessible UI components, designed to integrate beautifully with Tailwind CSS.

    I don’t like using component libraries such as Vuetify, especially since Svelte makes it so easy to write your own custom components, but when you want some help writing something like a custom Select without sacrificing accessibility (something like what Headless UI offers), your options in Svelte are quite limited.

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  • GitHub repo svelte-i18n

    Internationalization library for Svelte

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