Using a proxy to create elements! While this clearly applies to Hyperapp (a "tiny framework for building hypertext applications"), there's no reason why this couldn't apply to vanilla JS.
Bringing reactive syntax to web components
Proxies also have a set method, meaning you can trigger an action (ie: a re-render) when a variable is changed. Sound familiar? I immediately thought of state management. In a brief attempt to marry proxies with web components, I went on to build a library called stateful components. It uses this concept of proxy-based state and "functional" elements to easily create web components. I haven't looked at it in a while, so if you're looking for something a little more fleshed out you should give Hyperapp a go. I know this article railed on frameworks a lot, but that doesn't mean I recognize their utility and purpose in a given context.
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