LWP January: new year, new framework?
Many of us have now been using our preferred front end framework for years. Whether it’s Ember, Angular, React, Vue, or Svelte, there’s no shortage of different schools of thought on how we should organise our applications in the browser.
New years often give us a chance to think afresh about our habits and try something new, so we thought it was about time we did a frameworks event. This is not some kind of showdown – we are looking objectively at the pros and cons of different methods and encouraging a holistic view taking in developer experience and learnability as well as performance and good defaults.
Talks for this meetup will be announced just before our December event
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