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Inferno vs Monkberry: What are the differences?

Developers describe Inferno as "A fast, React-like JavaScript library for building UIs". Inferno is an isomorphic library for building high-performance user interfaces, which is crucial when targeting mobile devices. Unlike typical virtual DOM libraries like React, Mithril, Virtual-dom, Snabbdom and Om, Inferno uses techniques to separate static and dynamic content. This allows Inferno to only "diff" renders that have dynamic values. On the other hand, Monkberry is detailed as "Blazingly fast, small 1kb and simple JavaScript library for building web user interfaces". Why is Monkberry so fast? Even in comparison with React, Monkberry is 10 times faster, sometimes 100 times faster It's because Monkberry will do only necessary dom updates, and does it in a completely different way than React does. Monkberry compiles template to plain JavaScript to gain an advantage by using v8 hidden classes and reduce call stack..

Inferno and Monkberry can be categorized as "Javascript UI Libraries" tools.

Some of the features offered by Inferno are:

  • One of the fastest front-end frameworks for rendering UI in the DOM
  • Components have a similar API to React ES2015 components with inferno-component
  • Stateless components are fully supported and have more usability thanks to Inferno's hooks system

On the other hand, Monkberry provides the following key features:

  • Small 1kb minified & gzipped
  • Simple, small learning curve
  • Fully tested

Inferno and Monkberry are both open source tools. Inferno with 13.8K GitHub stars and 636 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Monkberry with 1.46K GitHub stars and 77 GitHub forks.

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Pros of Inferno
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    React-like api
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    Faster than React
  • 3
    Smaller bundles
  • 3
    Faster than Angular
  • 3
    Faster than Vue
  • 2
    Compatibility package for existing React apps
  • 1
    Fast
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    Simple
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What is Inferno?

Inferno is an isomorphic library for building high-performance user interfaces, which is crucial when targeting mobile devices. Unlike typical virtual DOM libraries like React, Mithril, Virtual-dom, Snabbdom and Om, Inferno uses techniques to separate static and dynamic content. This allows Inferno to only "diff" renders that have dynamic values.

What is Monkberry?

Why is Monkberry so fast? Even in comparison with React, Monkberry is 10 times faster, sometimes 100 times faster. It's because Monkberry will do only necessary dom updates, and does it in a completely different way than React does. Monkberry compiles template to plain JavaScript to gain an advantage by using v8 hidden classes and reduce call stack.

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