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Omi vs Stimulus: What are the differences?

Omi: Next generation web framework in 4KB JavaScript (Web Components + JSX + Proxy + Path Updating). Tiny size(4KB gzip). Reactive data-binding. Based on Shadow Dom. Shadow DOM merges with Virtual DOM, Omi uses both virtual DOM and real Shadow DOM to make view updates more accurate and faster; Stimulus: A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have, by Basecamp. Stimulus is a JavaScript framework with modest ambitions. It doesn't seek to take over your entire front-end—in fact, it's not concerned with rendering HTML at all.

Omi and Stimulus can be categorized as "Javascript UI Libraries" tools.

Omi and Stimulus are both open source tools. It seems that Omi with 9.23K GitHub stars and 827 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Stimulus with 7.36K GitHub stars and 181 GitHub forks.

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      What is Omi?

      Tiny size(4KB gzip). Reactive data-binding. Based on Shadow Dom. Shadow DOM merges with Virtual DOM, Omi uses both virtual DOM and real Shadow DOM to make view updates more accurate and faster.

      What is Stimulus?

      Stimulus is a JavaScript framework with modest ambitions. It doesn't seek to take over your entire front-end—in fact, it's not concerned with rendering HTML at all.
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          What are some alternatives to Omi and Stimulus?
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