What is Riot?
Riot brings custom tags to all browsers. Think React + Polymer but with enjoyable syntax and a small learning curve.
Riot is an open source tool with 14.6K GitHub stars and 1K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Riot's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Riot?
47 companies reportedly use Riot in their tech stacks, including Labs, League of Legends, and +Li.
42 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Riot.
Pros of Riot
Its just easy... no training wheels needed
Light weight. Fast. Clear
Very simple, fast
Simpler semantics than other frameworks
Easier than playing Teemo
Light, flexible and library friendly
Mastered under an hour
- Absolutely the smallest possible amount of DOM updates and reflows.
- One way data flow: updates and unmounts are propagated downwards from parent to children.
- Expressions are pre-compiled and cached for high performance.
- Lifecycle events for more control.
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