Non-trivial framework based on trivial principles (by gluecodes)

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  • Deciding Between Solid and React for Production App
    2 projects | | 17 Dec 2021
    Thanks. Well, it is interesting from technical point of view not so much as a SAAS product to be totally honest. We tried to tackle too many aspects of frontend dev and made a product which is terribly hard to sell haha. Don't get me wrong, it's based on many cool concepts I still use on my current projects but it's over-featured. I guess, I went through a typical anti-lean startup journey (lessons taken). Anyway, it's still online: and it's freemium. The only reason it's not open source is that I can't find the time to document it, but I guess I could just open the repo to public... Who knows, maybe someone finds it useful.
  • SolidJS Official Release: The long road to 1.0
    4 projects | | 28 Jun 2021
    I'm actually working on a rather large Solid project right now and will post it in our community when it's live. There are a lot of really neat things built on Solid, checkout Lume ( which uses Solid for it's elements and even an IDE
  • FREE IDE dedicated to creating Bootstrap templates
    3 projects | | 16 Jun 2021
  • How to build a food advisor UI for Strapi using GC & GraphQL
    4 projects | | 10 Jun 2021
    Static HTML has no built-in way to make it reactive. Hence GlueCodes Studio has a concept called extended tags which is named like: tagName + '-x' and has an embedded gc-as="listFieldPresenter" gc-provider="getCategories" gc-field="name" class="label">category name class="heading">Neighborhood class="filterSet"> gc-as="listItemPresenter" gc-provider="getNeighborhoods" class="filterItem"> type="radio"> gc-as="listFieldPresenter" gc-provider="getNeighborhoods" gc-field="name" class="label">neighborhood name class="heading">Language class="filterSet"> gc-as="listItemPresenter" gc-provider="getLanguages" class="filterItem"> type="radio"> gc-as="listFieldPresenter" gc-provider="getLanguages" gc-field="name" class="label">language name
  • Looking for CSS wizards to contribute
    3 projects | | 9 Jun 2021
  • 5 Reasons why we chose to transpile to SolidJS instead of React
    3 projects | | 26 May 2021
    Choosing a relatively young framework with a limited support over Facebook's giant may seem like craziness. As a core developer at GlueCodes Studio, I was the one pushing towards taking the risk. The decision has been mainly driven by Solid's build-time DOM diffing flavoured with a very simple API. I really believe it's a natural replacement of Virtual DOM. I always believed that taking the compromise of re-rendering the whole tree when the app state changes just for a "developer's convenience" is a matter of time. There was Svelte on radar, but I'm rather in favour of JSX, especially because we already provide an abstraction layer for templating using HTML with our meta-framework specific directives. So, I thought it would be awesome to write UIs with this higher level of abstraction and export to more flexible JSX and if you wish, continue development out of our tool. Check out the docs for more info.
  • Front-end Studio powered by SolidJS
    2 projects | | 21 May 2021
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