Design and Technology Process
Svelte is an easier to use/setup technical stack that simplifies modern builds. The "compile" strategy incorporates best in class "front" client side and "back" dynamic server side and API connections.
Svelte 1.0 is soon to be published.
Recent "naming" prefixes have been updated. I'm really looking foward to strategizing with Svelte. It is extremely Design Friendly.
Notes and updates below. I'll update this frequently.
File System / Naming Convention updates before 1.0 Release
Prefixs have been updated to make the logic simpler
-files are organized into more functional groupings
npm init svelte@next [nameofyourproject]
Follow stepped choices
Advantages of Svelte over React
- You can use regular CSS
You can Semantically declare Elements
CSS: Nav, Body, Section, Image, List, etc... these are natively ADA compliant
Context and Nested Templates can automate Usability and Functions, manage token based (PCI and HIPAA) integration to Web 3 Wallets and to API first E Commerce APIs, Inventory Management, Returns and Real Time CRM integrations.
Server Side Data can be modeled in File System or with Async Vanilla Fetch
CSS is Scoped by default, and Sass/Tailwind can be added simply to File System
Forms are native and use regular Crud Operations, Handle Error, Success, Received with UI and Redirects
Gated and oAuth protected routes can be dynamically set
File Based Routing and Architecture / Natural Organization without knowing how to "code"
Watch and State Moderation / Webhooks can be managed per collection, html, svg, css, div, section, js. Workflow is element based.