Matter vs Yolk: What are the differences?
Developers describe Matter as "A tiny collection of UI components". Matter is a tiny collection of UI components. The components are built with Deku. On the other hand, Yolk is detailed as "A user interface library built on RxJS and Virtual-dom". Yolk is a small library built on top of Virtual DOM and RxJS. It exposes a very limited API so that you don't have to spend weeks getting up to speed. Yolk components are just plain functions that return JSX.
Matter and Yolk are both open source tools. It seems that Yolk with 950 GitHub stars and 35 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Matter with 135 GitHub stars and 12 GitHub forks.