What is cell?
cell is a self-constructing web app framework powered by a self-driving DOM. Learning cell is mostly about understanding how cell works, and not about how to use and memorize some API methods, because there is no API.
cell is an open source tool with 1.5K GitHub stars and 113 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to cell's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses cell?
3 companies reportedly use cell in their tech stacks, including MEGA, Agency, and Decidim.
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use cell.
Pros of cell
- Self contained - each element is its own universe (context) with its own variables and functions
- Self driving - each element communicates with outside world via stateless function calls. This means each cell can survive on its own and plug into anything with zero overhead/footprint.
- No API - cell is all about how you structure your logic and not about learning how to use some proprietary API.
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