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Svelte and Sapper learning curve

 
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Hi Mark Volkmann,

Congratulations with the book release.

I'm mostly myself from compiled languages background, where things are moving at a slower pace perhaps...?

Being exposed myself to some JavaScript based apps in the past, I've been shocked how many frameworks so called get things to production easier, better, faster exist.
I got an impression that things in JavaScript world come in quickly, and at the same time go out quickly and then yet new frameworks come in - so you need to learn them again.

How do you see the future of Svelte and Sapper? They seem to be an alternatives to React and Vue, which I heard of before, and actually worked with in the past a bit.

 
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