What is Mithril?
Mithril is around 12kb gzipped thanks to its small, focused, API. It provides a templating engine with a virtual DOM diff implementation for performant rendering, utilities for high-level modelling via functional composition, as well as support for routing and componentization.
Mithril is an open source tool with 12.7K GitHub stars and 930 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Mithril's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Mithril?
14 companies reportedly use Mithril in their tech stacks, including Galileo, Dial Once, and Open Science Framework.
53 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Mithril.
Pros of Mithril
Faster than React
Works with ES6
Very active development
Intelligent auto-redrawing system
Small Learning Curve
- Only 12kb gzipped, no dependencies
- Small API, small learning curve
- Safe-by-default templates
- Hierarchical MVC via components
- Virtual DOM diffing and compilable templates
- Intelligent auto-redrawing system
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