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AFAIK RedwoodJS seeks to be the Rails/Django of the JS world: https://redwoodjs.com
Modularization best practice to common web development scenarios, applies to vue/react/... any framework
It is just like static linking in c. We can split code into different object files, and statically link to a big application. We help of header file, we can invert the dependency relationship to keep implementation private to keep autonomy. It also applies to node.js/web frontend application, here is a vite demo: https://github.com/taowen/vite-howto/tree/main/packages/STAT...
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Rust / Wasm framework for building client web apps
I wonder how WASM will change the landscape for these frameworks. If Python had something like Yew , I'm not sure I'd be writing React for my Django backend.
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its unfortunate that elixir's type system isn't too strict. That said, if you want somethign stricter, there is gleam (https://gleam.run/) which has interop with elixir. I haven't tried it myself yet but you could probably embed a service in gleam for specific cases where you need the stricter type checking.
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