For larger projects and applications we use Svelte as we feel it strikes the best balance in functionality v performance. Popular alternatives such as Angular, React and Vue.js instead sacrifice performance for developer convenience. While that is an understandable model to implement to a certain extent, we feel that it’s better to prioritse run-time efficiency whenever and wherever possible.

Like its competitors, Svelte packs very nicely into server and desktop applications built on Go and Rust. Svelte is also gaining traction in mobile application development, with popular mobile app development frameworks such as Capacitor, Ionic and Nativescript all featuring excellent support. We’re expecting Svelte to climb the ranks and take its rightful place in the top 3 JavaScript frameworks list soon.

It consistently outperforms Vue.js, which itself outperforms React and Angular in most cases. Svelte uses less memory and achieves higher performance while maintining a small footprint. Efficiency is what we’re all about at Netsemblage, meaning Svelte is the natural way forward for us when structuring larger and more complicated applications.

That said, we’ve also worked extensively with Vue.js in the past. Should a situation call for Vue.js, we’d be fine with building on that as well. React and Angular don’t make the cut however as they’re simply too wasteful. Find out more about Svelte.

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