Using lit-html with F#

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  • Fable.Lit

    Write Fable Elmish apps with Lit

    Check the fable.lit github repository to see also ways to interact with inter-operate Lit + React within Fable!

  • fable-react

    Fable bindings and helpers for React and React Native

    In fable-land we have been using react historically by a few reasons either using fable-react or feliz the main one is that react's programming model (i.e. functional like style) is an awesome fit for F#

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  • Feliz

    A fresh retake of the React API in Fable and a collection of high-quality components to build React applications in F#, optimized for happiness

    In fable-land we have been using react historically by a few reasons either using fable-react or feliz the main one is that react's programming model (i.e. functional like style) is an awesome fit for F#

  • fast

    The adaptive interface system for modern web experiences.

    As an example you don't need to know that FAST elements from microsoft and a new set of components from adobe are written in Lit, neither you need to know that ionic framework is written with Stencil! yet hundreds of thousands (I'd even say millions with ionic numbers in the play) of people use them to either build apps or consume them! actually we just saw an example!

  • shoelace-css

    A collection of professionally designed, every day UI components built on a framework-agnostic technology. 🥾

    Lit HTML is a rendering library that doesn't use Virtual DOM and uses javascript tagged template literals to render the HTML you know and love. Also it's highly worth noting that the HTML you will render is standard HTML meaning that you are free to use any kind of web components in the market like ionic framework, shoelace or Microsoft's FAST elements among others.

  • React

    A declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

    In fable-land we have been using react historically by a few reasons either using fable-react or feliz the main one is that react's programming model (i.e. functional like style) is an awesome fit for F#

  • Ionic Framework

    A powerful cross-platform UI toolkit for building native-quality iOS, Android, and Progressive Web Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

    As an example you don't need to know that FAST elements from microsoft and a new set of components from adobe are written in Lit, neither you need to know that ionic framework is written with Stencil! yet hundreds of thousands (I'd even say millions with ionic numbers in the play) of people use them to either build apps or consume them! actually we just saw an example!

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  • Fable: F# |> BABEL

    F# to JavaScript Compiler

    In fable-land we have been using react historically by a few reasons either using fable-react or feliz the main one is that react's programming model (i.e. functional like style) is an awesome fit for F#

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